shot of some rocks. To say that the film looked particularly dazzling would be lying, this is just more of the same and doesn't wow.
I could talk about how the characters are paper thin, that the story spends time in needless areas, and that there didn't need to be a "bad guy". All of these things are valid, but I feel like I am repeating myself in my reviews. It seems all made for kids/family movies are dropping in quality. Never letting the audience soak in complex emotions and telling the viewer what to think and how to feel. This movie isn't exciting, though the person jiggling their foot on the back of my chair would argue. There are no real stakes, the villain isn't set-up that well, and this is just a disappointing conclusion to the franchise.
But its ok to like this movie. I know a lot of people really enjoyed what they saw, and that's fine. Just because the best parts are about animals being cute doesn't mean that this movie needs to be buried alive; just be skeptical when someone says its really good.
I don't even want to rate this/10
I guess you forgo character development and story if you got cute dragons