Trolls World Tour (2020) - Animation, Adventure, Comedy

Hohum Score

7

Engaging

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.

IMDB: 6.1
Director: Walt Dohrn
Stars: undefined, Anna Kendrick
Length: 90 Minutes
PG Rating: PG
Reviews: 36 out of 228 found boring (15.78%)

One-line Reviews (76)

I read a review that said that the moral was "confusing" due to what Poppy was preaching at the beginning about everyone being the same, despite funk kind and queen clearly changing her mind.

The humor may be a little repetitive as well.

The story was a bit dull and boring, you knew what was going to happen from miles away.

My God movie was so boring I fell a sleep.

Typical Liberal Propaganda .

Such a waste of time.

There's basically no storyline here, just a loose parody of Thanos and his infinity gauntlet.

No storyline just a desperate attempt to put 50 songs into one movie.

1) The character relationship arcs were cliché and overly predictable.

There are a few reviewers that even called this movie "left wing propaganda"...

Propaganda that industry commercial music, money music is good and rockers and free performers are bad.

It got pretty boring during the last 10 minutes.

I enjoyed it!

Really enjoyable film .

And to be honest, that was the only thrilling thing about the movie.

The first movie was awfully bad with cliché and predictable plot, this sequel is even worse in every single way.

Stereotypical take on genres and very pretentious notion of hate towards pop culture.

Not the case with this one, Barb's got edge, skills, and a wickedly designed arsenal, but it's a little too one sided and boring in terms of an animated adventure.

This was just pointless and horrible.

However, this was still a relatively enjoyable family film with a great, unexpected and timely commentary about diversity and acceptance.

But instead, they sing a slow country song that Poppy and friends both say "sounds so sad".

The first Trolls movie was well written, had a story, and was entertaining.

This is not as good but still enjoyable for all ages, with some stunning visuals.

Compared to the first movie this is trash i mean it's really boring just some songs and nothing more

In fact, they used nearly every common cliché you can think of.

The new trolls are very exciting and beautiful The music is amazing but the movie repeats the previous movie was a similar drop but still the movie is exciting and stunning

Few decent songs but otherwise boring crap.

Predictable, shallow plot.

This visually stunning movie is stuffed with sight gags.

Propaganda for sole purpose of creating diversion.

Waste of time and money.

But Cliche.

What a quite enjoyable ride.

We all enjoyed it.

Cliche.

Very fun and entertaining film for the kids.

A conflict from nowhere appeared just to make a second movie and then turned out to be completely pointless

We really enjoyed it as well.

It has potential, but feels a bit overly ambitious, crowded, and a bit muttled at times- though it does prove to be entertaining all the way through, and does prove to be a lot better than the previous flick.

Colorful but predictable...

Boring, unfunny, and a weak plot.

Only interactive chair prevented me from falling asleep.

Kids with a healthy knowledge of rock music will feel heartbroken and misrepresented because of this cliche-filled movie.

I guess thats what saves this movie just like the last time, and thats also why i give it a 6 because it's still enjoyable.

Don't waste your time.

Meh over hyped colorful pointless movie.

The VERDICT:Overall Trolls 2 comes back with the fun, cute, wonderful energy that made the first one so exciting.

The message was excellent, relevant, entertaining, and necessary.

I soon reached for the wine in an attempt to add entertainment to a paint by numbers plot and irritating and repetitive songs.

So if that troll merchandise feels like it went to waste years ago, you can rest assured those dolls may get new life.

How confusing.

Exciting, great storyline, and kept me glued wanting more.

The movie has grate music, and at the end the message is good; but why mess everything with showing that a boy can procreate a kid alone, it's got to be confusing for a kid, is not cool

It'd be awfully boring to look and sound the same.

Another leftist propaganda that went too far .

Surprisingly funny, intense, and adventurous!

I know I'm not the target audience, but it should at least be entertaining to older folks, and this film only manages to be mildly disappointing.

Fun, formulaic, dazzling, and messy .

But considering how noisy yet empty the experience felt for me and how much I was cringing at the lame humor and obnoxious side characters, I decided to cave and settle on a merciless 4/10.

Trolls is a little over 80 minutes long and it certainly has it's enjoyable moments.

Worst movie I've seen in a really long time.

Waste of time and money.

Cliche .

A quite entertaining sequel!

Trolls 2 was a GREAT concept with lots of potential to introduce kids to music of their parents generation (again), but it just fell too flat trying to do too much and overlooking what parents would really find funny (and entertaining.

Highly recommend it!

We're watching it now and it's hard to follow.

Story is predictable and a bit tries to give a lecture.

All of this exploration happens at a good pace, with little slowness present as the Trolls hope effortlessly between kingdoms in search of the sacred strings.

The characters are a bit mixed, the old characters don't offer anything new that much, but the new characters are so much more interesting and has personality, the Trolls from Pop are really just themselves, The Twins, Smidge, Fuzzbert and even King Peppy don't even do that much expect either try to be funny or to create the journey, even Poppy and Branch hasn't changed at all that much, they are just the same characters like before, Poppy is trying to prove that she can be a great queen with her happiness and positivity, while Branch is looking out for her and being quite doubtful, they are not awful, but they do get tiring and bland, even Branch who I kind of liked in the first film is just kind of there and doesn't do much, Biggie is kind of pointless and he doesn't do much besides helping Poppy and Branch and is the comic relief, Cooper doesn't do much besides looking for similar Trolls and even his screen time is pointless, however the new characters are actually a lot better then the original characters, my favourites are Hickory (Sam Rockwell), Delta Dawn (Kelly Clarkson), King Trollex (Anthony Ramos) and the main villain Barb, all of them has great designs, they are great comedic timing, they are interesting and play a key role in the film, with Hickory being my absolute favourite character in the film, how unlike half of the characters, the voice acting is what makes these characters, well...

The continuity is confusing and has nothing to do with the first movie, to the point that I'm literally lost how the first one could have happened in this Troll universe.

Boring, predictable, and a waste of money .

I didn't think I would say this but, this actually had a bit more effort put in then the first film, but it's still not that good, Trolls: World Tour is far from a DreamWorks classic, but it is slightly better then it had any right to be, the concept is great, it has better comedy, the animation is colourful and full of style, the new characters are incredibly entertaining along with great voice acting and catchy music!

Instead, the BGM was bland and ridiculously simplistic.

All of the celebrity voices in the movie were enjoyable.

It's just plain confusing and dumb.