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How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
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Sequel to the hit comedy series, this time George Burns plays both God and the Devil who are both fighting for the soul of a musician.
better than part 2 not better than the first in this franchise
A pretty good little movie.
Have a good time while watching it. It has some good slapstick and a good performance by George Burns. So enjoy.
Couldn't see it the whole way thru. It just couldn't hold my interest.
Another bad sequel from the 80s, this one is no where near as good as the first one. I'd say just see the first one and forget about this movie.
Burns is funny but the story is hard to like
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Cute, but too cute. Predictable, unimpressive cast outside of George Burns, and even his presence wears thin. Nothing special. A few amusing moments but it's just all so familiar. Bland.