Trolls World Tour

Trolls World Tour

Trolls World Tour

Justin Timberlake and Anna Kendrick return for the all-star sequel to the 2016 DreamWorks hit CG-animated musical, Trolls.

Queen Poppy (Kendrick) and Branch (Timberlake) discover that there are other Troll clans beyond their own with each devoted to a different genre of music: funk, country, techno, classical, pop and rock. But when a mysterious threat puts all Trolls in danger, Poppy and Branch must unite everyone in order to save the day.

2020Rating: G91 minsUSA
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Stuff

Stuff

All these worthy if slightly mixed messages though, are somewhat undermined by some insipid, uninspired stereotypes representing the other musical tribes and a central premise that essentially cobbles together bits from Avengers: Infinity War, Frozen 2 and Rise of Skywalker.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

While the genre-bridging premise affords the film more variety and verve than its sugary predecessor, the movie... still gives you the sensation of being barricaded in a karaoke lounge where all the attendees have snorted Sweet Tarts.

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Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair

I wish you luck, parents. I pray that you are able to keep this film's existence a secret from your children as long as possible.

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Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

I admit to having a soft spot for any picture that resembles an explosion at the glitter factory. But it's still a factory.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

More reassuring franchise-builder than innovative sequel, Trolls World Tour covers familiar ground, enhanced with some catchy musical and visual flourishes.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

There is something absolutely robotic about Trolls World Tour... It's chillingly efficient, like a driverless car going round in circles.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

If you thought the first Trolls movie was fine, you'll probably find this fine too. It completely lives up to the watchable mediocrity of its predecessor.

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Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

It’s hard to imagine a juvenile audience working up much steam about pop’s appropriation of musical genres, but there’s no denying the fine vocal contributions from the likes of Kelly Clarkson, Mary J. Blige, Anderson Paak, and Gustavo Dudamel.

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Variety

Variety

Yet for all its surface pleasures, it’s a likable but underimagined one, with more enthusiasm than surprise and, at the same time, an overprogrammed sense of its own thematic destiny.

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IndieWire

IndieWire

Yes, this candy-colored jukebox musical sequel to the 2016 installment stuffs a ridiculous playlist into silly and psychedelic gags about hairy forest critters who thrive on joy and good tunes. And yes, it will mainly appeal to kids and stoners for those reasons alone.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

Trolls World Tour might have been a better movie if it had delved further into this idea, or evinced a deep-dive love of its own musical touchstones, rather than a generic, half-irreverent enthusiasm.

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The Telegraph

The Telegraph

In a parallel universe, Trolls World Tour would have been the box-office hit of the 2020 Easter break.

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RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

It is aggressive in its assault on the kiddie senses. Of course, no one comes to a non-stop movie like this for subtlety, but you also don’t necessarily expect to feel you like you dunked your head in a bucket of Skittles either.

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