RICH REVIEWS: Dora and the Lost City of Gold
Having spent most of her life exploring the jungle, nothing could prepare Dora for her most dangerous adventure yet — high school. Accompanied by a ragtag group of teens and Boots the monkey, Dora embarks on a quest to save her parents while trying to solve the seemingly impossible mystery behind a lost Incan civilization.
Release date: August 9, 2019 (Canada)
Director: James Bobin
Chris Gifford … (based on the series created by)
Matthew Robinson … (screenplay by)
Nicholas Stoller … (screenplay by)
Nicholas Stoller … (script)
Valerie Walsh … (based on the series created by)
Eric Weiner … (based on the series created by)
Tom Wheeler … (story by)
Based on: Dora the Explorer; by Chris Gifford; Valerie Walsh Valdes; Eric Weiner
Production companies: Paramount Players, Walden Media, Nickelodeon Movies, Media Rights Capital
Producers: Eugenio Derbez, Kristin Burr
Benicio Del Toro … Swiper (voice)
Madelyn Miranda … Dora (6 years)
Dee Bradley Baker … Animal Vocalizations (voice)
Malachi Barton … Diego (6 years)
Sasha Toro … Backpack (voice)
Marc Weiner … Map (voice)
Eva Longoria … Elena
Michael Peña … Cole
Joey Vieira … Nico
Pia Miller … Sabrina
Isabela Moner … Dora
Jeff Wahlberg … Diego
Adriana Barraza … Abuelita Valerie
Damien Garvey … Security Guard
Anikka Abelita … Vegan Student
Madeleine Madden … Sammy
Daniel Donaldson … Bad Dancing Teacher
Nicholas Coombe … Randy
Tivon Toito’ona … Soccer Team Kid 1
Emily Bell … Soccer Team Kid 4
Jace Fleming … Mean Kid
Michelle Collins … English Teacher
Bailey Hendy … Soccer Team Kid 2
Darcy Worthington … Soccer Team Kid 3 (as Darcy Raymond Worthington)
Matt Okine … Teacher
Natasa Ristic … Christina X
Christopher Kirby … Viper
Temuera Morrison … Powell
Christopher Rawlins … Mercenary
Eugenio Derbez … Alejandro
Isela Vega … Old Woman
Q’orianka Kilcher … Kawillaka
Natalie Kinghorn … High School DJ
Michael Rooney … Choreographer
Daniel Valle … High School Dancer / Assistant Choreographer
Kate Wormald … High School Dancer / Assistant Choreographer
Abdulaye Sow … High School Dancer
Brooke Schembri … High School Dancer
Dustin Taylor … High School Dancer
Elke Tulip Paes … High School Dancer
Georgia Rothera … High School Dancer
James David Portas … High School Dancer
Joel Murphy … High School Dancer
Kalahni Mia Spink … High School Dancer
Karin Mochizuki … High School Dancer
Kristin Sparks … High School Dancer
Leyton Oliver Bartley Beal … High School Dancer
Ly Thanh Dat … High School Dancer
Mitchell Adam Marshman … High School Dancer
Phoenix Mitchell … High School Dancer
Sarah Louise Harvey … High School Dancer
Savannah Foran McDaniel … High School Dancer (as Savannah Foran-McDaniel)
Seraseini Momo … High School Dancer
Tanisha Pili Mvoyi … High School Dancer
William James Dyson … High School Dancer
Zeke Azzolini … High School Dancer
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
Comments: This movie starts out with so much fun with Dora as a child. She does have a wonderful imagination. Her monkey, Boots is so cute.
Then ten years later. Dora is showing off in the jungle. She is physically fit and intelligent. She is also one super cute girl. She is having one wild adventure before the real adventure begins. Dora’s personality is wonderful to behold.
In the city, Dora is so friendly. Her accent is adorable. She is adorable.
Now Dora’s parents know where the City of Gold is. So never do wells kidnap her and her friends. So this is how her dangerous adventure starts. Well her whole life seems to be an adventure. Just this is a bit more dangerous and exciting.
Swiper the Fox is beautifully done.
Dora when in action is shown with one very cute butt. Those shorts of hers fit nicely.
In the jungle, Dora takes the lead. The jungle looks gorgeous. All the flora and fauna is just as you expect it to be. The danger comes fast and furious. The settings of ancient architecture are stunning. They present a sight hard to resist.
Once they arrive at the City of Gold Dora takes out her deadliest weapon her yoyo.
Dora and her three school mates do learn to be friends. Diego certainly comes into his own as he becomes a great friend for his cousin, Dora.
In the City of Gold Dora is amazing. Lara Croft does not hold a candle to her. Dora is not a tomb raider she is an explorer. As danger lomes, Dora runs towards it.
The musical number is a perfect ending for this movie.
You will love this if you love adventure and fun and a little craziness.