Review: Pete's Dragon



Can Pete's Dragon capture the magic?

If you are a fan of flying dogs that breathe fire, then you just may like this movie.
The charm that is Pete's Dragon is really just the ability to watch a movie about a large dog that must never need to eat. The child actors in the movie do carry themselves well enough to be considered good, but make sure you rate them as child actors.

The 3D in the movie is decently good. They keep it well maintained so you enjoy it when it's in 3D and you don't notice it when it's not in 3D.

They needed to include more of Robert Redford, although his role was short lived, he was the only person that made you want to believe in magic, and he kept the magic alive every second he was on the screen.

The good thing is this movie ends on a high note, so you will for sure leave the theater happier then you were when you went in the movie.

3 out of 5

What would I have changed? (Spoilers)
Click here to read what I would Change

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Billy Billy (Editor) - Billy has seen many movies over the years. He enjoys comedies and anything action, including the summer blockbuster movies. You can follow Billy on Twitter here.
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