Snoggletog came early for any How to Train Your Dragon fans, featuring an earlier than promised release date for Hiccup, Toothless, and the rest of the Berkians. As one of DreamWorks Animation’s most well-known and successful franchises (in the running with Shrek and Kung Fu Panda), How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World doesn’t disappoint. Though the trilogy vastly deviates from the books, it sticks to its own established canon admirably well and brings the series to a beautifully emotional close.
Hiccup and Toothless are going out on a major high note with the third and final film in the How to Train Your Dragon franchise.
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How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World is a fond farewell to the beloved animated film franchise.
Overseas audiences have already paid a lot of money to cry in a theater surrounded by total strangers.
Watching How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, I was reminded of another animated trilogy capper: Toy Story 3. Both are animated series that basically aged with their audiences. If you started watching these movies when you were a kid, you’re at a very different point in your life watching the third installment, and both movies are kind of about putting childish things away. For Toy Story, it was about moving on from your childhood toys, and for How to Train Your Dragon, it’s about moving on from your childhood pets. Dragon has a difficult time because …
We’ve only got one movie on the docket this week, but it’s the culmination of a lot of practice with a fictitious beast.

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

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