Branch (Justin Timberlake) and Poppy (Anna Kendrick) stumble upon a unique secret: six tribes of trolls, each practicing different styles of music, live all across the world. It is then up to the duo to unite and protect the other kingdoms of trolls when their musical styles are threatened by King Thrash (Ozzy Osbourne) and Queen Barb (Rachel Bloom). Co-directed by Walt Dohrn and David P. Smith, the film co-stars James Corden, Mary J. Blige, and Kelly Clarkson.~Maggie Sadler
An exclusive original short Tiny Diamond Goes Back to School
VIP Bonus Features includes Dance Party Mode - Learn dance moves, sing along, enjoy surprises
David P. Smith
Kunal NayyarGuy Diamond
George S. ClintonKing Quincy
Mary J. BligeQueen Essence
Kelly ClarksonDelta Dawn
Kenan ThompsonTiny Diamond
Walt DohrnSmidge/Cloud Guy
Glenn BergerScreen Story
Jonathan AibelScreen Story
Theodore ShapiroComposer (Music Score)
Justin TimberlakeExecutive Music Producer
Matthew BaerVisual Effects Supervisor
Paul HacknerRe-Recording Mixer
Paul HacknerSupervising Sound Editor
Scott MillanRe-Recording Mixer
Action and Adventure,Adventure,Childrens and Family,Comedy
Dance Party Edition = Dance moves & Lyrics to song
Owned for 2 months when reviewed.
Our daughter liked the first Trolls movies so much we had to get this one. I like these troll movies also as they put some humor in it and has a good message for kids. Granted I'm not going to read into this movie and over analyze it, because everyone can get something different from this movie. Overall we all liked this movie and the up front message we got from it, is that its okay to be different and we are all unique. The only thing we didn't like about this movie and its the same for the first Trolls movie. The small Troll Smidge saying "Oh My God!" Why put this in a kids movie with no other swear words. One could debate this as a "bad word" or not: "Oh my Gosh!
My five-year-old absolutely loved the first movie, and seems to love this one just as much. The story line is mostly unrelated to the previous movie, but entertaining in its own right. It's the music that really makes this great; lots of "Trolled-up" versions of classic pop and rock songs. I can't help but smile when I hear Ozzy voice a character!
Super Fun Trolls Second Movie. Party Edition Lame.
Owned for 4 months when reviewed.
This was a super fun and adorable movie the entire family enjoyed and watched over and over. We got the Party Edition because we thought it would be awesome. But it's actually lame. Basically, after the movie and credits, It's the movie and credits all over again. Except there is overlay of karaoke words (like subtitles) and a few added animated characters dancing. Not as part of the movie, but on top of the movie. There are no markers for you to jump straight to the Dance Party version if you want to go there immediately. You have to fast forward through the regular movie and credits first to get to the dance party version. It was a complete afterthought and not done very well at all. No one is into it. I didn't mind getting this version because it was the same price as the regular theatrical release. But if this one cost more, I would not recommend.
Our daughter absolutely loves this movie! We already owned one and had to purchase another one to put in our trailer so she always has it to Jen we go camping as well. It’s a super cute movie with a great story! She’s shared it with all of her cousins and friends and each of them has borrowed and ending up buying one for themselves . :)