Pete's Dragon
Pete's Dragon

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The adventures of an orphaned boy named Pete and his best friend Elliot, who just so happens to be a dragon.

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Hitfix - 10/10 by Drew McWeeny Our best fables and fairy tales are the ones that speak truth, and this version of Pete’s Dragon easily takes its place on any short list of the great films for young audiences as a result.
Variety - 9/10 by Peter Debruge One of the year’s most delightful moviegoing surprises, a quality family film that rewards young people’s imaginations and reminds us of a time when the term “Disney movie” meant something: namely, wholesome entertainment that inspired confidence in parents and reinforced solid American values.
Chicago Tribune - 9/10 by Michael Phillips [Lowery] has made a larger, very different movie without losing his instincts, his directorial stealth or his ability to finesse his actors' performances, in this case in the vicinity of an achingly expressive and unexpectedly furry dragon with a little bit of bulldog in him.
New York Post - 9/10 by Kyle Smith A cinematic enchantment, a low-key 1970s-style kids’ movie brimming with sincerity and heart. It’s one of the best films of the year.
Los Angeles Times - 9/10 by Kenneth Turan Experiencing Pete's Dragon is like seeing something thought to be extinct, a creation every bit as magical and mythical as the flying, fire-breathing beast its named after. That would be the straight ahead, unapologetic family film.
TheWrap - 9/10 by Russ Fischer David Lowery‘s ease with actors and command of tone make Pete’s Dragon one of the best remakes in recent years.
RogerEbert.com - 9/10 by Matt Zoller Seitz Common wisdom says Hollywood doesn't make this kind of movie anymore. But it's not true.
Concrete Playground - 9/10 by Sarah Ward Big on sentiment, belief and awe - though it's purposefully small and straightforward in its story.
Groucho Reviews - 8/10 by Peter Canavese There's room enough for two Pete's Dragons in this big old world.
El Financiero - 8/10 by Daniel Krauze This film is like a visit to a children's museum where we touch different surfaces, objects and temperatures. [Full review in Spanish]
Indiewire - 8/10 by David Ehrlich There may be individual shots in this movie that cost more than the director’s entire pre-existing output, but make no mistake: This is a David Lowery movie — a movie imbued with the same tactile nature and uniquely American flair for myth-making that characterized his Sundance breakthrough, “Ain’t Them Bodies Saints.”
The Film Stage - 8/10 by Jordan Raup In capturing childlike wonder through Pete’s eyes, this film has more than a few heartbreaking moments regarding the definition of a home and the people (or fantastical creatures) that give it life. And by keeping things relatively small-scale, David Lowery’s studio debut retains a personal touch with an unceasing supply of magic running through its lovable, full-hearted soul.

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