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Year: 2019
Original Title: Dora and the Lost City of Gold
Genre: Family, Adventure
Studios: Paramount Pictures, Walden Media
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Release Dates

United Kingdom: August 16 2019

United States: August 02 2019

Ranking

Ranking: 139 out of 15,702 movies (up 143)

6,7

6.8 by 6 users

6.5 by 6 media

Plot

'Dora and the Lost City of Gold' is a live-action adaptation of the famous children's TV show 'Dora the Explorer'. The ever-optimistic Dora (Isabela Merced) was raised in the rainforest of Peru by her mother, zoologist Elena (Eva Longoria, 'Desperate Housewives') and father Cole (Michael Peña, 'American Hustle'). Such vivid surroundings have turned Dora into a quick-witted girl who is always curious about the world around her, but she's not too informed about life beyond the rainforest. Now Dora has hit adolescence, however, her parents decide that a normal high school existence would be good for her, so they send her to Los Angeles to attend school with her cousin, Diego (Jeff Wahlberg) under the watchful eye of their abuelita (Adriana Barraza, 'Babel'). While Dora is studying, Elena and Cole plan to go off on an adventure and risk-filled mission to find the lost city of gold, Parapata. It's not, however, before Dora's struggles to adapt to this new lifestyle lead to her own plans to find the elusive city of Parapata, with hew new friends in tow. 'Dora and the Lost City of Gold' is directed by James Bobin ('The Muppets'). Stepping into voice roles are Benicio Del Toro (as Swiper, 'Sicario'), Sasha Toro (as Backpack) and Marc Weiner (as Map). Hide full plot... Show full plot

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Cast Dora and the Lost City of Gold

Eugenio Derbez

Eugenio Derbez

Alejandro Gutiérrez

Michael Peña

Michael Peña

Dora's father

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Trivia Dora and the Lost City of Gold

Isabela Moner, who plays Dora, had earlier starred as Dora's friend Kate in 'Dora y sus amigos: ¡En la ciudad!' (2014). The film reproduces literally a phrase from the James Cameron's 1984 classic: "come with me if you want to live". This is the first Nick Jr. film to be released in theaters.

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