Dora and the lost city of gold

Dora, a teenage explorer, embarks on a mission to rescue her parents and unravel the enigma surrounding a hidden city of gold. Having spent her life exploring the jungle with her parents, Dora faces an unexpected challenge as she enters high school. With her natural explorer instincts, she soon finds herself taking charge of Boots, Diego, a mysterious jungle dweller, and a diverse group of teenagers in a live-action quest to save her parents and unravel the perplexing mystery of a lost Inca civilization.


In the heart of the lush Peruvian jungle, young 6-year-old adventurer Dora Márquez (Madelyn Miranda), daughter of jungle explorers Cole (Michael Peña) and Elena (Eva Longoria), embarks on thrilling escapades with her playful monkey companion Boots, her 7-year-old cousin Diego (Malachi Barton), and her imaginative friends Backpack and Map. Together, they cleverly foil the schemes of Swiper (voiced by Benicio del Toro), the sly fox. As time unfolds, Diego and his family make the transition to Los Angeles, while Dora and her parents persistently pursue their quest for the concealed Inca city of gold, Parapata.

Dora and the lost city of gold

A decade of exploration later, Dora’s parents unravel the mystery of Parapata’s location. Opting to send the now 16-year-old Dora (Isabela Moner) to join Diego in a Los Angeles high school, they embark on their unique journey to the fabled city. Settling in with 17-year-old Diego (Jeff Wahlberg) and his family, Dora encounters fellow students Sammy (Madeleine Madden) and Randy (Nicholas Coombe). Sammy views Dora as a rival due to her intelligence, while Randy is drawn to Dora’s kindness and immediately develops a crush. Despite finding joy in her new life, Dora’s idiosyncrasies become a source of embarrassment for Diego, leading to mockery and name-calling from their peers and ultimately causing a rift between them.

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During a class excursion to a museum, Dora and her companions are enticed to explore its hidden archives, only to fall into the clutches of mercenaries led by Powell (Temuera Morrison) and find themselves transported to Peru. Alejandro (Eugenio Derbez), claiming to be a friend of Dora’s parents, aids in their daring escape. However, the mercenaries, with the assistance of Swiper, manage to pilfer Dora’s map. Alejandro reveals the grim truth that Dora’s parents are missing, and the mercenaries harbor intentions of looting the treasures of Parapata. With Alejandro’s guidance, Dora, accompanied by Diego and other hopeful teens, embarks on a perilous journey in search of her parents.

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The group encounters a myriad of challenges, from treacherous quicksand to intricate Inca ruin puzzles, and faces the relentless assaults of Parapata’s forest guardians. Sammy gradually warms up to Dora during the journey, and Dora and Diego reconcile their differences. Dora astutely observes Diego’s budding affection for Sammy. Despite numerous hazards, they reach Dora’s parents just outside Parapata, only to be ensnared by Alejandro, the true mastermind. With the unexpected assistance of Boots and newfound confidence, Dora, along with Boots (voiced by Danny Trejo) and their teen allies, resolves to find a way into Parapata to secure the treasure for negotiation.

Within the concealed city, they navigate through intricate temple puzzles and evade cunning traps, ultimately reaching the central shrine. Alejandro’s betrayal leads to his demise in a trap, and the valiant soldiers guarding Parapata triumph over the mercenaries. Dora communicates with the Inca queen (Q’orianka Kilcher) in Quechua, assuring them that the group’s sole purpose was to find her parents and gain knowledge. Grateful for their role in preserving their treasures, the Inca graciously allow them a glimpse of their most cherished treasure.

Post their departure from the hidden city, romance blossoms between Diego and Sammy, and the group joyfully reunites with their elated parents. Dora contemplates a potential return to school in Los Angeles, while her parents entertain the idea of another family expedition. In the credits, Dora and her friends jubilantly celebrate at the school dance, singing the extended version of “We Did It,” while Alejandro remains confined in Parapata, and Cole and Elena thwart Swiper’s attempts to purloin their belongings.


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