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Dora and the Lost City of Gold (2019) Review


Back in August of 2000, Nickelodeon debuted the show Dora the Explorer during its Nick Jr. scheduled block. Created by Chris Gifford, Valerie Walsh Valdes, and Eric Weiner, the show followed the adventures of a young seven-year-old Latina girl named Dora, who loves to embark on exploration quest related to activity that she wants to partake or a place she wants to reach; accompanied by her talking purple backpack and an anthropomorphic monkey named Boot). 2,348 more words


Dora And The Lost City Of Gold

Moner is simply amazing. Her ability to portray utmost innocence and joy will never get the appreciation it deserves

Is it possible for a feature to be judged solely on one performance? 310 more words


Dora and the Lost City of Gold Review

Nobody ever likes to be wrong. Especially in this day and age of the internet, when we can anonymously spout our views as condescendingly as possible, we don’t want to end up with egg on our face later. 2,031 more words


Where Are We Going?! 'Dora and the Lost City of Gold' Review!

The best parts of Dora and the Lost City of Gold are when Dora goes to high school, and I kind of (actually more than kind of) wish a lot more of the movie took place there. 299 more words


Review: Dora and the Lost City of Gold (2019)

Dora Explorer Márquez is a precocious girl who loves the jungle. Madelyn Miranda plays young Dora. She and her professor parents, Cole (Michael Peña) and Elena (Eva Longoria) are explorers. 412 more words

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Episode 86: Nickelodeon Cartoons

Can you say nostalgia? Great! This week, we’re revisiting some of our favorite childhood cartoons from the titan of kids entertainment: Nickelodeon. So sit down in your list’ning chair and listen to this podcast!


Dora and the Lost City of Gold, Treasure Hunts, and A Cappella Rave Music

Dora and the Lost City of Gold has us chuckling over its goofy supporting cast before moving on to a discussion of a boy and his dog, a boys’ club, and a boy we want to throw through a wall. 63 more words

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