Pete's Dragon


Action / Adventure / Comedy / Family / Fantasy

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 86%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 79%
IMDb Rating 6.7 10 48,536


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April 8, 2019



Karl Urban as Harry Ballard
Robert Redford as Self - Actor, Filmmaker
Wes Bentley as Mickey Gravatski
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758.71 MB
23.976 fps
102 min
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102 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by mss-14370 9 / 10 / 10

One of Disney's most underrated Live action.

Pete's Dragon is a simple movie,with a simple story about the friendship between Pete,and his dragon Elliott. What I love about this movie,is how easy and straight forward it is,the film doesn't take it self too seriously,and deliver a great message both children and adults can enjoy. Pete and Elliot need each other,but they also need to find they're true identity. Pete is a child who lived more than half of his life in the woods,and Elliott is a lonely dragon who find Pete,and pretty much raise him. Pros +Pete & Elliott friendship +Amazing cast +Simple story +Amazing special effect +Great score +Great action & humor +Feel good ending Cons -Lack of real villains -It doesn't take any risk Overall: 9.0/10 Amazing movie that reminded me of my childhood.

Reviewed by alexandr-osprey 4 / 10 / 10

An impressive story, but it seems could be so much better

I am not a fantasy fan, but give a chance to every movie I watch. It definitely worth watching, because it's stunningly filmed and heart touching. But I upvoted some negative reviews here, because they have a point. Dragon's theme isn't disclosed. Almost no action for 100 minutes. Emotions is a good thing, but you can't build the whole movie on heart touching moments. The last thing that cost that film a star for me: who the hell will choose people when you could spend your entire life with a dragon?

Reviewed by Clifton Johnson 4 / 10 / 10

It was fine, I guess

I mean, it was fine? When you're watching a movie about a boy and his dragon friend, you don't expect realism. But the dragon was actually more believable than (a) much of the acting*, (b) characters' reactions to said dragon, (c) the boy himself. It was still cute and endearing enough, I suppose. But I think this film wanted to be magical...which is why Redford used that word like 5 times. It was not magical. It was cute. Big difference. * I'm looking at you, Karl Urban.

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