Synopsis: Hiccup has now rescued so many dragons that Berk is over populated with them, to make matters worse because of having so many dragons Berk is prone to attacks from Dragon Hunters.
Hiccup is determined to find the Hidden World, a place of legend told to him by his father, Stoick. At this place Dragons live peacefully, unfound by hunters.
The Hunters have even hired Grimmel, whose ambition is to kill every Night Fury alive which puts Toothless at risk, being known as the last one alive.
On this journey, Hiccup will have to make huge decisions that will affect Berk and also question if he is worthy of marriage to Astrid.
Toothless will also find love in a female Light Fury in what could be a trap to capture him.
So what did we think of How to Train Your Dragon 3: The Hidden World?
Written and directed by: Dean DeBlois, based upon the How to Train Your Dragon Book series by Cressida Cowell
Voice stars: Jay Baruchel; America Ferrera; F. Murray Abraham; Cate Blanchett; Craig Ferguson; Jonah Hill; Christopher Mintz-Plasse; Kristen Wiig; Kit Harington and Gerard Butler.
Wow, it is not often a film franchise gets better with every movie but we personally believe this series has done it.
The film has a fantastic storylines with powerful messages about the dangers of over poaching and the risk of making beautiful creatures extinct but also about friendship.
If this is to be the final film, the makers have certainly gone out on a high, the ending is perfect, although tears of both joy and sadness maybe shed
The Light Fury is a fun great character and worthy of Toothless
You will urge Hiccup and Toothless to get a happy ending as you really will care for these 2 and the rest of the characters.
If we had one fault, it would be that we felt as a main villain, Grimmel was the weakest link, compared to the true evil of Drago in the sequel but this is minor, fans of the films, rush and get your tickets now.
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