When the Queen of the Hard Rock Trolls tries to take over all the Troll kingdoms, Queen Poppy and her friends try different ways to save all the Trolls.

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  1. Amy Currie September 16, 2020

    I was not expecting Trolls World Tour to be an earth-shattering piece of cinema. I was, however, expecting it to make at least a kind of sense. It didn’t. I had so many questions afterwards, and I’m not even six years old. The child in your life may not question why a film that’s supposed to be about appreciating and learning from the music of cultures other than one’s own devotes a whole 30 seconds to international music. They might not ask why the magical objects that serve as plot drivers are never actually explained. They may not even think to query exactly why James Corden needs to be in absolutely everything (although they should). Perhaps, though, they’ll ask the most baffling and pertinent question of all: why is this being released in Australian cinemas in mid-September some five months after it hit US streaming services? Two and a half stars (mostly due to the Funk Trolls’ brief Hamilton-but-for-kids sequence, which is the best thing in the whole film).

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