Here’s the premise: Poppy discovers that Branch was once part of the boy band ‘BroZone’ with his brothers, Floyd, John Dory, Spruce and Clay. When Floyd is kidnapped, Branch and Poppy embark on a journey to reunite his two other brothers and rescue Floyd.
Who doesn’t love Trolls? Well, I’m sure there are people out there who don’t but me (and more importantly my Grandson) is not part of that crowd. When it comes to kids’ movies, I look at two things: 1. Does it keep the kid’s attention and 2. Does it keep the adults awake? I’ve seen many movies where the adults dread seeing it but the kids love it and that is no fun for the adults. The ones with good writing can keep everyone happy. Trolls band together does just that, the kids really like it and the adults stay attentive and even laugh at many parts. There are many jokes that tickle the parents funny bone while going over the kid’s heads, and that is what made cartoons like Bugs Bunny, Roadrunner, and many movies the hits there were.
In this installment of Trolls, it opens as “BroZone” is playing a concert and everything falls apart, leaving the siblings to go their separate ways and Baby Branch (the youngest of the siblings) to grow up with his Grandmother Years later, they must get the band band together to save one of their brothers. From the start it is a fun movie, and they get the kid’s start from the word go and keep their attention throughout the movie. There are many puns, jokes, and innuendos throughout the movie, and of course a lot of singing and dancing. This is fun for all ages, my Grandson is 4 and he loved every minute, and I’m…uh, much older than that and I loved it as well.
I highly recommend taking the whole family and just enjoy some good old fashioned family time together.