How To Train Your Dragon Reviews: What CinemaBlend Thought Of The End Of The Trilogy

The first How to Train Your Dragon movie came out almost a full decade ago to rave reviews. It was followed by a sequel that was equally lauded by both critics and fans. This weekend, the third film in the trilogy hits theaters. Has the franchise been able to stick the landing? In a word, yes. Team CinemaBlend checked out How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World this week, and we all pretty much loved it. Mike Reyes wrote the official review for the site, giving the movie four and half stars and warning everybody to bring tissues…

CinemaBlend’s glowing review is far from the only one. The vast majority of the critics who have seen The Hidden World have had nothing but good things to say about the film. It’s a real ending to the story that began with the first film, with characters seeing satisfying and real conclusions.

In the same way that Mike praises the new film for its emotion, CinemaBlend News Director Jessica Rawden focused on the beautiful visuals. This is one movie that not only do you need to see, but it’s one you need to see on the biggest screen possible. According to Jessica…

Is there any downside at all to How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World? While Mike and Jessica thought the film was close to flawless, CinemaBlend video producer Katie Hughes wouldn’t go quite that far. She actually felt the movie started out a little slow, though it did eventually find its footing, and by the end she was completely on board too…

My own opinion on The Hidden World is probably closer to that of Katie than the others. While I was absolutely on board for the entire movie, the early buzz for The Hidden World had me hyped up for something amazing, and while I enjoyed it, I didn’t think the movie really was all that stunning, until it was

The general CinemaBlend opinion is in pretty universal agreement that How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World is a good movie, it’s just a question of exactly how good we’re talking here. Maybe it’s perfect, maybe not, but either way, it’s worth seeing and closing out this trilogy the right way.

The general CinemaBlend opinion is in pretty universal agreement that How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World is a good movie, it’s just a q

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