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'Dora the Explorer' reviewer criticized for complaining about the movie's lack of sexuality.

'Dora the Explorer' reviewer criticized for complaining about the movie's lack of sexuality.

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Hola! Can you say "creepy"?

A critic for The Hollywood Reporter is bummed that the movie based on a cartoon for toddlers lacks sexuality.

The new movie Dora and the Lost City of Gold follows the young bilingual Indiana Jones as a 16-year-old rather than 10-year-old, and critic Todd McCarthy wished it was based on Euphoria and not, you know, Dora the Explorer.

McCarthy called the children's movie for children "A story about hormonal teens aimed at little kids," and seemed to wish that it had sexual tension in addition to a talking monkey.

After running through the (completely bonkers) plot, McCarthy turned to the actors' "mature vibes." Isabela Moner, who plays Dora, is 18, and her costar Jeff Wahlberg is 19. So, why aren't they boning?

The review reads:

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