Poppy and Branch discover that they are but one of six different Troll tribes scattered over six different lands devoted to six different kinds of music: Funk, Country, Techno, Classical, ...
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Eep, Grug, Thunk, Ugga, Sandy and Gran are back. Follow them as they meet new friends, outrun new creatures and encounter "firsts" the world has never seen - such as school, slumber parties, hiccups and elections.
Poppy and Branch discover that they are but one of six different Troll tribes scattered over six different lands devoted to six different kinds of music: Funk, Country, Techno, Classical, Pop and Rock. Their world is about to get a lot bigger and a whole lot louder. A member of hard-rock royalty, Queen Barb, aided by her father King Thrash, wants to destroy all other kinds of music to let rock reign supreme. With the fate of the world at stake, Poppy and Branch, along with their friends, set out to visit all the other lands to unify the Trolls in harmony against Barb, who's looking to upstage them all.
This is David P. Smith's directorial debut. See more »
I'm gonna destroy all music, EXCEPT FOR ROCK!
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2 versions of the DreamWorks Animation logo are used at the beginning: the first one is a 25th anniversary logo, and the second one is a DreamWorks logo with a Comcast byline and is a variant. See more »
The first movie was seen as very divisive and tons of people hated it. While the story for the first film was simple, the jokes were hit or miss, and the emotion could either be seen as emotional or not, depending on how people interpreted it, Trolls: World Tour cranked it up a million notches. World Tour includes humor that's bound to get a laugh out of somebody because the humor is entirely inspired by each of the characters strengths. The animation is beautiful, it's very fluid and smooth as well as colorful. The characters had some strong development. While Barb could've had a stronger reason as to why she does what she does, her reasons are understandable. Branch has some of the best development I've seen in a long time. I would love to see more from Poppy and Branch in the future with what this movie gave. Each of the artists were cast perfectly, even though Ozzy Osborne and J Balvin were given a little less screen time & lines than I thought. The message is amazing because not only is it relevant, but it's a stronger message indicating that we should accept differences, not unite everyone by commonality. The only real thing I didn't like about Trolls: World Tour is the pacing. Because it's 1 hour and 35 minutes, everything goes by at rapid speeds without letting the emotional moments really settle in and leave an impact on the audience experiencing the feels right along with the characters. While Trolls: World Tour isn't a perfect movie and could be better, it's an amazing movie and is a perfect step up for the trolls franchise & should hopefully allow some people to give the Trolls franchise a second chance.
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