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Dora is the titular main protagonist of Nickelodeon 2019 live-action film Dora and the Lost City Of Gold.
She was portrayed by Isabela Moner, who also portrayed CJ Martin in 100 Things To Do Before High School, Jeanne Galletta in Middle School: The Worst Years Of My Life and Izabella in Transformers: The Last Knight.
In Dora and the Lost City of Gold, Dora remains her intrepid perky self. Even as she continues to address an imaginary audience to the bafflement of those around her, she comes across as eccentric and charming.
Dora continues to act with enthusiasm and positivity despite her fellow teenage peers' attitude and it serves her well in later life-threatening adventures.
Dora is exceptionally knowledgeable in many aspects of the world, despite being socially stunted. She's clever and resourceful and can speak a number of other languages, notably Quechua. She also demonstrates compassion and diplomacy, and when confronted by the potentially hostile guards of Parapata, the City of Gold, she is able to peaceably convince them that she and her friends mean no harm.
Despite her initial difficulties dealing with her fellow teenagers in a modern high school, Dora does not shy away from the challenge. While it's a different kind of adventure, in the end, she chooses to return to school with her new friends and the cousin she's reconnected with.
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