In this final film in the series, Hiccup (voice of Jay Baruchel), who's now chief and ruler of Berk, has created a gloriously chaotic dragon utopia. However, he and Toothless soon discover the sudden appearance of another Night Fury dragon and must leave the only home they've known to journey to a hidden world thought only to exist in myth. They have to fight together---to the very ends of the Earth---to guard everything they've grown to treasure.
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Critics are calling How To Train Your Dragon one of the best film trilogies of the decade, joining some of these other great three-movie franchises.
Director Christopher Nolan put the Dark in the Dark Knight franchise by creating a Gotham City unlike any other.
You'll never look at Dracula the same way when you meet this animated version (voiced by Adam Sandler) and his daughter Mavis (voiced Selena Gomez). Dracula must learn to let his daughter grow up and make new friends, while also making new relationships for himself.
Thomas (Dylan O'Brien) wakes up trapped in a maze full of boys and can't remember anything about the outside world. The film trilogy is based on the dystopian novels by James Dashner and concluded in 2018.
You've got to be aca-kidding us if we weren't going to include this trilogy on our list. Over the course of the trilogy, the Bellas go from college singers to on tour with the USO.
What's your favorite film trilogy of the new millennium?