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|MPAA||Rated PG for some mild rude humor|
Sex & Nudity
- A troll has no clothes in the beginning of the movie, nothing shown.
Violence & Gore
- The chef chops up a lemon and squirts it in Cooper's eyes.
- Trolls are chased by somebodys pet crocodile. They escape in a roller skate. Nobody is injured.
- Branch saves Poppy from giant spiders by whipping them away with his hair. When he gets to her she doesn't have a heartbeat, so he uses electrical bugs to bring her back to life. Used for comical effects.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- None at all
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- The movie revolves around Bergens eating Trolls. It is not shown on screen, but is consistently referenced.
- When the Trolls' lives are tossed into jeopardy becoming Trollstice food for the Bergens, they become depressed and worried, completely losing color and turning pale. The song "True Colors" is very emotional and beautiful.
- The movie contains a scene showing a venus fly trap-like plant gobbling up surrounding small creatures.
- There is a scene where Branch explains that his grandmother died for him because he was too engrossed in singing and did not notice her trying to warn him of the bergens.
Violence & Gore
- The antagonist(s) are thrown into a cooking pot, set on fire, and pushed down a hill until they get eaten whole by a monster that looks like a hill. We don't know if they are alive or not. Nothing gory at all, mainly comical.
- During a scrapbook scene poppy's head got pulled off and she bleeds rainbows