A Dragon’s Adventure (2021) Movie Review

A Dragon’s Adventure – Kid Friendly Dragon Film

Director: Anthony Power

Writer: Mark Slater, Gabriele Walther (Screenplay)

Starring: (Voice Talents) Teresa Gallagher, Jimmy Hibbert, David Holt, Emma Tate

Plot: Coconut the Little Dragon goes on a summer camp adventure which turns into a disaster when the wild Water Dragons and carnivorous plants come along to create chaos.

Runtime: 1 Hour 20 Minutes

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Story: A Dragon’s Adventure starts when Coconut and Oscar two young dragons are going on their first summer camp, they sneak their best friend Matilda the porcupine along with them and on their journey they find water dragons.

As the boat they are travelling sinks, the baby dragons must search for Matilda, while the parents must look for the young dragons, only to discover the land is filled with carnivorous plants.

Thoughts on A Dragon’s Adventure

ThoughtsA Dragon’s Adventure is an animated family film that will be one that shows the adventures of a group of young dragons and their porcupine friend, as they go on a summer camp away from their homeland, clashing with water dragons who haven’t seen other dragons in generations. This is one of the simple and entertaining for the younger generation, one that might not hit as well for the parent figures watching. It is all harmless and is getting the clear message about learning to accept others for being different. The animation technique does make the world look smaller than it is, but we never get the feeling to see more of it. This is in fact a sequel, so you can always go on to learn more about Coconut and friends adventures in the future.

Signature Entertainment presents A Dragon’s Adventure on Digital Platforms 2nd April

A Dragon’s Adventure is a nice animation that will keep the kids entertained.

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