What's the point of having things if you can't share them?
A cute fairytale with great characters and writing, and a good moral. Moreover, Princess Dragon is able to use a basic story about why sharing is good to communicate a bigger message including elements of social justice, and a bit more nuanced take on greed, even if it doesn't always stick the landing.
The animation in this film is neat, with art direction varying between subjects and environments. The human characters are drawn in a Ghibli-esque style, while the larger creatures -- most notably Dragon -- look closer to watercolour paintings in a storybook. CGI is also cleverly and sparingly used to give the movie a depth that adds an extra layer of polish.
Overall a very solid kids movie that I hope to see mentioned a lot more this year!