As Hiccup fulfills his dream of creating a peaceful dragon utopia, Toothless' discovery of an untamed, elusive mate draws the Night Fury away. When danger mounts at home and Hiccup's reign as village chief is tested, both dragon and rider must make impossible decisions to save their kind.Written by
DreamWorks Animation's last film of the 2010s to be rated PG by the ACB (Australian Classification Board). See more »
[on a Dragon Trapper ship, in a cage, a dragon roars in frustration; Ivar taps on the cage]
Ivar the Witless:
[Hiccup comes out of the fog wearing his dragon armor and lights up his inferno]
Ivar the Witless:
What are you?
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The only How To Train Your Dragon film that has the red font during the end credits and has a black background. The other two previous ones had a gold background and light brown text. See more »
With the first two full length features in the franchise being some of my favourite animated movies out there, I had high expectations going in; i was not disappointed at all. The visuals are stunning with a well performing cast, a goosebump-inducing musical score with touching yet satisfying final act that lives up to expectations in every way.
With the relationship between Hiccup & Toothless being the main focus of the saga, this film takes it to new heights and makes it the emotional drive of the story.
The animation is incredibly attentive and much more realistic; it shows how far DreamWorks have come since the franchise began back in 2010.
It contains numerous homages to the first film that will make all viewers laugh and cry alike.
Overall, a very pleasing and emotionally affecting end to the saga with a strong emotional message about friendship
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