I thought Trolls was going to be groaning cheesy, in reality, thanks to Earth, Wind and Fire and the rest of the soundtrack, it was cheesy good fun without the toothache or headache. Yes, it’s a play by numbers kids movie, but if you’re over 8 years old and going to complain to be about it being formulaic then Trolls is not for you.
There is running joke that Justine Timberlake’s character Branch refusing to sing especially since that is what he has been known for since the early 1990s, when he was a Mouseketeer. Anna Kendrick’s Poppy was delightfully hopeful, especially in the current political climate we have suffered through the past 18 months.
As for the Blu-ray bonus features, the dance and dance-along party mode will keep the adults and kids entertained alike. If I wasn’t hobbling around on a badly sprained ankle, I would have been doing a lot more than just grooving in my chair.
Trolls is already out now on Digital HD and comes to Blu-ray combo pack, Tuesday, February 7, 2017.