Hiccup and Toothless return in a satisfying conclusion to the film trilogy in How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World(2019).
The Production: 3.5/5
Hiccup Horrendous Haddock, III(Jar Baruchel) fancied himself as a dragon slayer until he realized his empathy and rapport for Toothless the dragon. The Vikings and dragons learned to coexist peacefully as Hiccup rose to leadership of his tribe. The dragon population has crowded their island by the beginning of this film which leads to the quest to find the legendary Hidden World, a lost kingdom where dragons can live peacefully without being hunted.
3D Rating: NA
How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World is presented by default in an English Dolby Atmos mix that is immersive, but with limited employment of directional audio. The score with themes composed by John Powell is the highlight of the audio mix with its resonant and memorable melodies. The Dolby Atmos mix is without any apparent flaws but does not necessarily rise to the threshold of demo level.
Special Features: 5/5
Special features on the 4K disc include all of the following:
How To Train Your Dragon The Hidden World is an engrossing conclusion to the film trilogy and TV series. The 4k UHD video presentation is excellent, and the Dolby Atmos audio is good but not great. The 4K UHD/blu-ray combo includes a wealth of special features on the UHD disc rather than limiting them solely to the blu-ray disc. Audiences who enjoyed the earlier films and the TV series are certain to enjoy this conclusive wrap-up for these characters
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