From the creators of Shrek comes the most smart, funny, irreverent animated comedy of the year, DreamWorks' Trolls. This holiday season, enter a colorful, wondrous world populated by hilariously unforgettable characters and discover the story of the overly optimistic Trolls, with a constant song on their lips, and the comically pessimistic Bergens, who are only happy when they have trolls in their stomach. Featuring original music from Justin Timberlake, and soon-to-be classic mash-ups of songs from other popular artists, the film stars the voice talents of Anna Kendrick, Justin Timberlake, Russell Brand, James Corden, Kunal Nayyar, Ron Funches, Icona Pop, Gwen Stefani, and many more. DreamWorks' TROLLS is a fresh, broad comedy filled with music, heart and hair-raising adventures. In November of 2016, nothing can prepare you for our new Troll world.Written by
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Chef puts the trolls in a cage. The spaces between the bars are larger than most of the trolls. They could just walk out, open the latch, then all escape. See more »
Once upon a time in a happy forest in the happiest tree lived the happiest creatures the world has ever known. The Trolls.
[two Trolls speak gibberish]
They loved nothing more than to sing, and dance, and hug. Dance, and hug, and sing, and dance, and sing, and hug, and dance,
and hug, and dance, and sing, and hug, and dance, and hug.
[Poppy sped up so fast that one of the trolls cries and faints]
But then one day, the Trolls were discovered by a Bergen!
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SPOILER: There is a scene in the closing credits: the serving cart with Chef and Creek on it stops in the middle of nowhere. Chef tries to eat Creek, but they get eaten by a monster together. See more »
The movie was aired on NBC on March 28th, 2020, to promote Trolls: World Tour and runs 2 minutes shorter without end credits. Here's a list of edits that were cut out or altered due to time or content restrictions: The film was sped up for time throughout the movie, except for the first and last segment. The end credits were also sped up.
King Peppy's behind is censored with digitally added brown dust.
The kids ask Poppy if there are other things to make the Bergens happy.
A few shots of the Trolls breathing after the first musical number
A shortened shot of Branch slow-clapping
A shortened shot of Poppy and King Peppy hiding in a bush
A shortened shot of Poppy slowly walking after the Trolls got kidnapped by Chef
Poppy yells Branch's name while knocking a few more times
A shortened shot of Poppy going up on the platform
The timing of Poppy's line "Totally sure she'd make it to Bergen Town" is shortened
A shortened shot of spiders gripping down to the ground
A shortened shot of Poppy looking at the sky before she sings
A shortened shot of the door and the plants before Chef appears
Branch has an additional line saying, "If we go after Creek now, we're going to get eaten."
-Two shots were removed, with Poppy and Branch looking at Bridget slow walking with the cart, followed by another shot with a close-up of Bridget with the cart.
A shortened shot of Bridget walking down the stairs
A shortened shot of Bridget sleeping after her musical number
The part where Biggie tells Bridget to have a good cry, then Bridget cries louder, and Biggie tells her to let it in was removed.
Cooper says, "My uncle broke his neck tap dancing once." after Branch revealed that his singing killed his grandmother.
A shortened shot of Poppy looking worried about Bridget
A shortened shot of the Trolls looking surprised after Creek was not in the necklace.
A couple of shots of the Trolls with sad looks, and a couple of them already start to fade their colors from their bodies were removed.
A few more shots when Branch watches the Trolls fade to gray were removed
Two shots were removed with Poppy with a sad look then with Branch looking disappointed.
A few shots with the Troll's bracelets glowing during the "True Colors" number were removed.
After seeing so many negative "trolls" on here about what people don't like about this film, I thought I would just throw one glaring fact out there...it's a movie for kids! And my 2.5 year old loved it! As far as he is concerned, it currently has infinite replay value. He really seems to like movies that have a great sound track...which this one does. The songs are enjoyable covers of easily recognizable pop songs from several decades, with some modified lyrics. The point is, if a film entertains your kid many times over, then the writers did something right. The plot was simple and was about what I expected. If you really hated this movie, stop being such a Bergen and lighten up!
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