Simply Cinema’s review published on Letterboxd:
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Been awhile since I've seen this- totally forgot DreamWorks could put out this level of quality outside of the How to Train Your Dragon franchise.
But for real though, the writing is near perfect and there's very little I'd nitpick about the film outside of some "quick recoveries after an injury" cliche, but even that is more acceptable in my eyes for a kids animated film.
The palette of colors makes the lighting feel so natural and not artificial, yet even with that every scene feels just right according the mood it's going for.
Love revisiting all these characters and the story- looking forward to rewatching the sequel soon as well as the third, which I've never seen before.