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If you have been reading reviews over the last few months you know we purchased a variety of products on Black Friday 2017 for reviews. Trolls is one of those products. For the entire FFG Haul video please click here. It takes 92 minutes to watch Trolls on DVD. Once I was able to get my normal movie night pick I went through all of the left over movies. Guess what I saw? Trolls. That movie interested me personally.

Trolls are very happy creatures. The Bergens are unhappy, miserable creatures that find the Trolls. They realize that they can be happy by eating a Troll. The Trolls are not that keen on being eaten. So they escape from the Bergens town. They do not want to lose so many Trolls in another Trollstists. That is the holiday the Bergens have once a year where Trolls are eaten.

Thankfully there are no Trolls actually eaten in Trolls. There are moments where it looks like a Troll is eaten. Then later we find out they are not actually eaten. The issues families can have with Trolls is lack attire, bare Troll bottoms shown, and more. There is quite a bit of music in Trolls. I would almost classify Trolls as a musical. There is that much music in Trolls. There is also quite a bit of humor in Trolls.

There is a real interesting debate in Trolls. That debate is concerning being positive or being negative. Should you be happy or unhappy? Should you see the glass as half full or half empty? Where does happiness come from? Can you just enjoy life? I like the character development in Trolls. There are plenty of cool things to see in this movie. The ways confetti comes out is not one of them.

All in all I enjoyed watching Trolls. My hubby and kids enjoyed Trolls as well. There was one exception. Our teenage son identified more with the grumpy Troll than the happy Trolls. I hope to see sequels to this movie in the future. I hope the Bergens find ways to be happy without eating Trolls. I know I have plenty of happiness in my life and I have never once eaten a Troll.
- Yolanda


Graphics: 85%
Sound: 90%
Replay/Extras: 90%
Gameplay: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 80%

System: DVD
Publisher: 20th Century Fox
Developer: Dreamworks Animation
Rating: 'PG' for Parental Guidance Suggested
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