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Review: Trolls World Tour

JoBlo - Fri, 2020-04-10 08:07

Review: Trolls World Tour PLOT: When Poppy and Branch discover that there are different types of Trolls living in the world, they go on a mission to unite them with their love of music. Unfortunately for them, the rocker Trolls don't want to share their music. Instead, they want to take over and make all living Trolls slaves to Heavy Metal! ROCK n TROLL! REVIEW: When the big screen adventures of TROLLS… Read More...


'Trolls 2' Is on Its Way For an animated movie inspired by a line of plastic dolls, Trolls proved to be quite lively and entertaining. On the big screen, the small creatures were adorable as they sang and danced their way through life. Princess Poppy, voiced by Anna Kendrick, was an apt heroine since she combined a positive attitude with the courage to take action when other Trolls were captured by the unhappy Bergens. As the voice of the grumpy survivalist Branch, Justin Timberlake served as the perfect...Read MoreRead Comments

The Lego Batman Movie Is My Favourite Batman Movie To Date, And No I Don’t Mean That In Some Pseudo Hipster Ironic Fashion. It Just Is. The LEGO Batman Movie 9 Reviewer Users 6.5 (1 vote) BC Rating Summary It is remarkably different to The Lego Movie that featured the character. The Lego Movie was a clever piece of analysis of the human condition, emphasising the importance of not being bound by authority, of play, of empathy and understanding. Lego Batman movie has none of these things.

Today, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has revealed three new LEGO Dimensions expansion packs. But most importantly we get our first look at The Goonies Level Pack — that’s right, Goonies LEGO minifigs!

Live-Action Animated Hybrid ‘Puff The Magic Dragon’ Movie Coming From ‘Trolls’ Director Fox Animation have acquired the rights to turn the Peter, Paul and Mary song Puff the Magic Dragon into a feature film. Trolls helmer Mike Mitchell has signed on to direct the hybrid live action/animated feature which will be produced by Safehouse partners Tory Tunnell and Joby Harold and Weed Road’s Akiva Goldsman. Hit the jump to learn more about the planned Puff the Magic Dragon movie. It’s probably no coincidence that this deal comes on the heels of Walt Disney Pictures’ release of the Pete’s Dragon reboot.


Beneath its cheerful surfaces, a noxious message underlies Trolls. The latest production from Dreamworks Animation features highly colorful visuals to enhance the tuneful karaoke of the primary narrative. The setup is that the monstrous, evil race of creatures known as Bergens can only be happy if they eat the tiny, happy race of creatures known as Trolls. This only happens once a year; the rest of the time, the Bergens stalk through their daily affairs in a miserable mood.

DreamWorks Animation’s “Trolls” will be released in China on Oct. 28, ahead of its U.S. release on Nov. 4. DreamWorks’ joint venture, Oriental DreamWorks, will distribute the feature film locally in China. “China has long been an incredibly important and fiercely loyal market for DreamWorks Animation and we’re thrilled to open ‘Trolls’ on a perfect date in the thick of our global rollout,” said DreamWorks Animation’s Co-Presidents of Feature Film Animation Bonnie Arnold and Mireille Soria.

Anna Kendrick and Justin Timberlake introduce the latest trailer for Trolls TROLLS marks the latest in animated films looking to bring to life our toys from yesteryear. This time around, Anna Kendrick and Justin Timberlake lend their vocal stylings to Troll dolls. As the story goes, Poppy (Kendrick), the happiest Troll ever born, and the overly-cautious curmudgeonly Branch (Timberlake) set off on a journey to rescue all of her Troll friends. Will there be musical numbers and an... Read More...

Justin Timberlake Says DreamWorks’ Trolls Will Lead To “Epidemic Of Happiness” During the DreamWorks Animation presentation at Comic-Con International: San Diego on Thursday, Trolls voice star and executive music producer Justin Timberlake said the film will lead to an “epidemic of happiness.” He, along with co-star Anna Kendrick and directors Mike Mitchell and Walt Dohrn, offered a taste of the animation studio’s latest animated offering, based on the classic toy from the 1970s. Though the toys have been popular for nearly four decades, they never really had much of a mythology around them. That absence was key to Mitchell and Dohrn.

The Obnoxiously Happy Trailer for Trolls I’m all for happy places but the new trailer for DreamWorks Animation’s Trolls goes way too far, and that’s saying something for a movie clearly aimed at kids. I have no idea what kind of mushrooms does trolls are on, but I bet it’s some very strong stuff. Or maybe they themselves are the mushrooms. Jokes […] Read The Obnoxiously Happy Trailer for Trolls on Filmonic.

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