In a city of humanoid animals, a hustling theater impresario's attempt to save his theater with a singing competition becomes grander than he anticipates even as its finalists find that their lives will never be the same.
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
20th Century Fox
The lead single "Can't Stop The Feeling" was performed at the The Eurovision Song Contest (2016) as an interval act. Justin Timberlake had no idea what the Eurovision Song Contest was before this. The performance also led to speculations that USA would make their debut in the contest by 2017. Dami Im, the Australian representative for the Eurovision Song Contest 2016, provided the voice of Grandma Rosiepuff in the Australian version of the movie. See more »
At the end of the song "It's a Sunshine Day," nothing is on King Peppy's head, but in the next shot Mr. Dinkles is on his head. 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 »
The FX print begins with the 2013 Universal Pictures logo plastered over the 2010 20th Century Fox logo. See more »
This movie has some really nice allegorical lessons that are of great wisdom to the youngster and oldster as well. It goes around the notion of happiness and beauty. These two notions, easy as they seem, entail a lot of thoughts and many philosophers have wondered and wandered about them. It also depicts the causality of our happiness and sadness and the fact that what surfaces on the ground as a reluctance to be happy is no longer than an aftermath of deep incident such as what happened to Branch who happened to lost her life for him and the same for Poppy who happened to have never known "real world" as Branch told her. Bridget reminisces us of the mantra that the way we define truth is the same way we define beauty; however, we don't have to define but we're rather given definitions the rest of our lives and it's up to us to discover happiness inside us and go out to find who will find it for us inside us.
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