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When Poppy and Branch first enter the Bergen castle, they briefly pass by a painting that parodies the famous Norman Rockwell painting "Freedom from Want" which shows a family around the table for Thanksgiving dinner. In this version, it depicts Bergens around the table for the Trollstice feast. See more »
When the king says "hug time," while in Branch's secret lair, he has all his clothes on. In the next shot he is only wearing his underwear. See more »
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 »
I expected this to be another identikit kids animated movie like we've seen so many times before over the years. You know....typical cash in on a franchise or trend doing the rounds at that time.
However I will admit I really did enjoy this movie. It has some great music in it. Some unexpected (and great!) 80s covers included throughout and overall it did have some great dialogue and funny little moments mixed in there.
Yeah so the story is pretty predictable but the voice talent and the animation carries it off so well you don't mind so much.
Its not gonna win any awards but there are worse ways to spend an afternoon with your kids.
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