How To Train Your Dragon 3 Get A High Score For Its Visual Effect

Recently, the evaluation of How to Train Your Dragon 3 of DreamWorks Animation was released. Metascore scored 82 points. The top five scores of the media were 90 points and the lowest was 75 points. Rotten tomatoes are currently 100% fresh and worth looking forward to. How to Train Your Dragon 3 is a sequel to the 2010’s How to Train Your Dragon and 2014’s How to Train Your Dragon 2. After becoming the chief of Berk, Hiccup has fulfilled his dream of creating a peaceful dragon utopia, while the sudden discovery of a wild, elusive mate lures Toothless away. When danger threatens their village and tests Hiccup's reign as chief, Hiccup and Toothless are forced to leave the only home they know. As they travel to a hidden world thought to only exist in myth, both dragon and rider will fight together to the very end to protect everything they love in order to take down a dangerous enemy.
The film is the final chapter of the sequel and will be released in the United States on February 22, 2018. Cloud rendering excerpts from media comments are as follows:
Variety: The visual effect is beyond the past, and the final scene is unforgettable. (90 points)
The Hollywood Reporter: When How to Train Your Dragon 3 is close to the end of Harry Potter style, Hiccup must learn how to let the Toothless go. This bittersweet ending will also make the audience feel that it is very difficult to say goodbye. (80 points)
Screen International: Director Dean Debros builds a fascinating, sincere and gentle world full of depth and detail. (80 points)
The Wrap: How to Train Your Dragon has changed from a literal meaning to a metaphorical modification, from about command and obedience to how to deal with the turbulence of the character's heart. (80 points)
IndieWire: Remind the young audience that all the good things - including the age of the dragon - must end, which has resonated with sorrow and joy. (75 points)

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