Dora and the Lost City of Gold

2019  102 MN

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James Bobin

Dora, a girl who has spent most of her life exploring the jungle with her parents, now must navigate her most dangerous adventure yet: high school. Always the explorer, Dora quickly finds herself leading Boots (her best friend, a monkey), Diego, and a rag tag group of teens on an adventure to save her parents and solve the impossible mystery behind a lost Inca civilization.

 Release Date

August 8, 2019


1h42m (102 min)


$ 49,000,000


$ 116,826,172

 Top Billed Cast

 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)

 Written by

Nicholas Stoller Screenplay
Nicholas Stoller Story
Valerie Walsh Teleplay
Tom Wheeler Story
Eric Weiner Teleplay
Chris Gifford Teleplay
Matthew Robinson Screenplay


Explorer is her middle name.



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
Michael Peña
  Cole - Dora's Father
Joey Vieira
Pia Miller
  Sabrina - Diego's Mother
Isabela Merced
Jeffrey Wahlberg
Adriana Barraza
  Abuela Valerie
Damien Garvey
  Security Guard
Madeleine Madden
Daniel Donaldson
  Bad Dancing Teacher
Nicholas Coombe
Michelle Collins
  English Teacher
Matthew Okine
Natasa Ristic
  Christina X
Christopher Kirby
Temuera Morrison
Eugenio Derbez
  Alejandro Gutierrez
Isela Vega
  Old Woman
Danny Trejo
  Boots (voice)
Q'orianka Kilcher
Daniel Valle
  High School Dancer / Assistant Choreographer
Kate Wormald
  High School Dancer / Assistant Choreographer
Savannah Foran McDaniel
  High School Dancer
Emilia Lau
  Crowd High School Student
Caleb McLaughlin
  Tico (voice)


Javier Aguirresarobe
  Director of Photography
Dan Hennah
  Production Design
John Debney
  Original Music Composer
Sarah Halley Finn
Nicholas Stoller
Nicholas Stoller
Julia Pistor
  Executive Producer
Brendan Heffernan
  Concept Artist
James Bobin
Valerie Walsh
Eugenio Derbez
  Executive Producer
Tom Wheeler
Germaine Franco
  Original Music Composer
Benedict Paxton-Crick
  Script Supervisor
Eric Weiner
Chris Gifford
Eugene Intas
  Art Direction
Kathy Chasen-Hay
  Visual Effects Producer
Andy Brown
  Visual Effects Supervisor
Duncan Jones
  Location Manager
Dan Sweetman
  Storyboard Artist
John G. Scotti
  Executive Producer
John G. Scotti
  Unit Production Manager
John G. Scotti
  Second Unit Director
Mark Everson
Kristin Voumard
  Script Supervisor
Ralph Bertelle
  Executive In Charge Of Production
Matthew Robinson
Graeme Callander
  Storyboard Artist
Nicholas A. Mudd
  Casting Associate
Michael O'Connor
  Second Second Assistant Director
Greg Tynan
  Third Assistant Director
Ben Wyatt
  Boom Operator
Dane Cody
  Sound Recordist
Samantha Smith McGrady
  Second Assistant Director
Djinous Rowling
  Casting Assistant
Claire Bryant
  Set Decoration
Kate Weatherly
  Assistant Production Coordinator
Candice Preddy
  Production Coordinator
Richard Goodwin
  First Assistant Director
Rahel Afiley
  Costume Design
Nathan Kannegiesser
  Rigging Grip
Sami Gustafsson
  Lighting Technician
Kristin Burr
Melanie Ghisays
Kara Moolman
  Utility Sound
Tom Treasure
  Third Assistant Director
James McGrady
  First Assistant Director
Katie Reynolds
  Post Production Supervisor


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This is legit Indiana Jones/Tomb Raider/National Treasure for kids - nothing and no-one is sexualised and there’s no violence, aside from the slapstick kind. Plus the humour is fantastic and friendly, and the film even pokes fun at the original TV show in a really great way. Everything is vibrant and exciting, and who doesn’t love a monkey sidekick and a thieving fox? Dora is annoyingly positive every step of the way (don’t worry, it’s a thing) and she sings about everything from her backpack to pooping (don’t be alarmed, I swear it’s still a thing). ’Dora’ also boasts great messages about fitting in and being yourself as only a teenager still rocking the same haircut, pink t-shirt and orange shorts can do.
- Jess Fenton

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The first 15 minutes of this movie had me worried. As someone who has never seen "Dora the Explorer", the in-jokes (outside of her talking to the audience early on) were completely lost on me. The scenes at the high school were pretty hard to watch, but once she and the group are in the jungles, I didn't mind it so much and the third act very much felt like an homage to Raiders of the Lost Ark.

Isabela Moner was wonderful and not at all obnoxious in the lead and the other teenage-aged actors were alright, but Eugenio Derbez is still an awful actor and the style of humor is certainly aimed at a younger audience. Even so, it was a lot better than I expected. **3.0/5**


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