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Trolls is a 2016 American 3D computer-animated musical comedy film based on the dolls of the same name created by Thomas Dam. The film was directed by Mike Mitchell and co-directed by Walt Dohrn,[6] written by Jonathan Aibel and Glenn Berger and based on a story by Erica Rivinoja. The film features the voices of Anna Kendrick, Justin Timberlake, Zooey Deschanel, Russell Brand, James Corden and Gwen Stefani. The film revolves around two trolls on a quest to save their village from destruction by the Bergen, creatures who devour trolls.

Produced as the 33rd animated feature film by DreamWorks Animation, the film premiered on October 8, 2016, at the BFI London Film Festival[3][7] and was theatrically released in the United States on November 4, 2016, by 20th Century Fox.[8] The film received generally positive reviews from critics and has grossed $336 million worldwide against its $125 million budget.


Plot
The Trolls are small creatures who live in an almost perpetual state of happiness, singing, dancing, and hugging all day long. However, they are discovered by the Bergen, large creatures who never feel happy, but discover that they can feel happy for a moment if they devour a Troll. The Bergen put the Trolls and their tree in a cage, and hold an annual festival in which each Bergen gets its feeling of happiness by eating a Troll. However, the Trolls, led by their King Peppy (Jeffrey Tambor), escape through underground tunnels on the day that the Bergen crown Prince Gristle Jr. (Christopher Mintz-Plasse) would eat his first Troll. The furious Bergen King Gristle Sr. (John Cleese) banishes his Chef (Christine Baranski) who was in charge of the Troll preparation.

Twenty years later, King Peppy's daughter, the extremely happy and optimistic pink troll Princess Poppy (Anna Kendrick), throws a big party to celebrate the Trolls' escape, despite the fears and warnings of the gray grumpy glum Troll Branch (Justin Timberlake) that loud parties will attract the Bergen. Branch's fears become true when indeed the banished Bergen Chef sees the fireworks and captures a number of Trolls. Poppy is among the Trolls who managed to hide but discovers that none of the other Trolls dare to venture to Bergen Town to rescue their friends. She goes by herself but gets trapped by several spider-like creatures. She is saved by the reluctant Branch and together they go to Bergen Town.

Poppy and Branch discover that their friends are being guarded by the scullery maid Bridget (Zooey Deschanel) and strike a deal with her: if she frees their friends, they will help her get a date with the now King Gristle Jr (Christopher Mintz Plasse). While setting her up for the date, Branch reveals that he is grumpy and glum because he caused his grandmother Grandma Rosiepuff (GloZell) to be eaten after chef found him because of his singing. After his grandmother was eaten, he turned from blue to grey.

Later with the Trolls' advice (and hair), Bridget gets her date with Gristle (with her using the name "Lady Glitter Sparkles") and she helps the Trolls escape. However, things go wrong when Poppy and her friends try to rescue the last Troll, the Zen-like Troll Creek (Russell Brand) who after being apparently swallowed by the young king has been discovered being held captive in the jewel that decorates the king's mantle. While the Trolls are successful in stealing the jewel, they are dismayed to discover that it is empty and even more shocked by being captured immediately afterward by Chef and discovering that Creek has betrayed them to save himself. Creek returns to the Troll village where using Poppy's cowbell he lures the other Trolls out of hiding, letting them be captured by Chef and the other Bergen cooks who lie in ambush.

With all the Trolls captured and soon to be served to the Bergen, even Poppy loses hope as she and all the other Trolls turn gray. Branch, despite his typical grumbling, sings for the first time since his grandmother was eaten, and reveals to Poppy through song that he loves her, to her surprise. She sings back that she loves him and restores his blue color, and together they dance, then share a hug.

Just before being served, the Trolls are rescued by Bridget who wants them to flee while she herself is ready to accept the Bergens' punishment for her "treason." However, Poppy does not want to abandon her Bergen friend. Together with the other Trolls, Poppy reveals that Bridget was, in fact, Lady Glitter Sparkles, and that, for being happy, it is not necessary to eat Trolls as the feeling that Bridget and the King had on their date was happiness too. The Trolls invite the Bergen to sing and dance with them, making the gray creatures feel the happiness that was already inside them that they just needed help to access. The vengeful Chef, who sees her newly re-won position at court jeopardized, tries to kill the Trolls. Before she can do so, she is knocked into the serving cart by a well-aimed spoon thrown by Bridget. Together with Creek who was still in her pouch, Chef rolls out of the castle with the cart set on fire by Cooper (Ron Funches).

In the end, the Trolls live in peace with the happy Bergen, Poppy is crowned their new queen. With Branch retaining his blue color, they hug again.

In the mid-credits, the serving cart with a burnt Chef and Creek on it stopping on a hill in the middle of nowhere. Chef tries to eat Creek until he stops her and they both get eaten by the hill-shaped monster.


Cast
Anna Kendrick
Justin Timberlake
Anna Kendrick and Justin Timberlake at the film's preview at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival[9]
Anna Kendrick as Princess Poppy, the princess of the Trolls.[8][10][11]
Iris Dohrn voices a baby Poppy.
Justin Timberlake as Branch, a paranoid disgruntled Troll survivalist.[8][12]
Liam Henry voices a younger Branch.
Zooey Deschanel as Bridget, a kind-hearted Bergen who works as a scullery maid to the Bergen Chef. She also had a secret crush on Prince Gristle Jr.[13]
Christopher Mintz-Plasse as Prince Gristle Jr. a.k.a King Gristle Jr., the prince/king of the Bergens.[13]
Christine Baranski as the mean-spirited Bergen Chef who was in charge of the Troll preparation.[13]
Russell Brand as Creek, a Troll with a positive personality and zen-like wisdom. He later turned out to be a coward and a traitor, when he told the Bergen where the other trolls were, just so he can save himself.[13][14]
James Corden as Biggie, a chubby friendly Troll.[13][15]
Jeffrey Tambor as King Peppy, the king of the Trolls who once led his trolls to freedom from the Bergen.[13]
Ron Funches as Cooper, a giraffe-like Troll.[13][16]
Icona Pop as Satin and Chenille, a Two fashion trolls are the most fashion forward.[13][17]
Kunal Nayyar as Guy Diamond, a gray glittery Troll who is always naked.[13][18]
Quvenzhané Wallis as Harper, a Troll artist with heterochromia who paints with her hair.[13]
John Cleese as King Gristle Sr., the ruler of the Bergen.[13]
Gwen Stefani as DJ Suki, the Trolls' residential DJ Troll who uses DJ equipment made of insects.[13][19]
GloZell as Grandma Rosiepuff, an elderly Troll, and Branch's late grandmother.[20] Dami Im voices the character in the Australian version.[21]
Meg DeAngelis as Moxie Dewdrop, a dancing Troll.[20] Noodlerella voices the character in the UK version.
Ricky Dillon as Aspen Heitz, a Troll skitterboarder.[20]
Kandee Johnson as Mandy Sparkledust, a Troll who designs and repairs all the treasures of Troll Town.[20]
Walt Dohrn as Smidge, a tiny troll who has a deep voice.[13]
Dorhn also voices Fuzzbert, Cloud Guy, Mr. Dinkles, Tunnel Troll, and Wedgie Bergen #2
Mike Mitchell as Darius, Vinny the Phone, Captain Starfunkle, Spider, Wedgie Bergen #1, Chad, Card
Grace Helbig as Cookie Sugarloaf, one of the trolls.


Production

Director Mike Mitchell and co-director Walt Dohrn presented footage from the film at the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con International
DreamWorks announced plans for a film based on the Troll toyline as early as 2010. This version was to be written by Adam Wilson and his wife Melanie[22] By 2012, Chloë Grace Moretz had already been cast in the female lead role and Jason Schwartzman was reported to have been offered the male lead.[23] In September 2012, 20th Century Fox and DreamWorks Animation announced that the film with the working title Trolls would be released on June 5, 2015, with Anand Tucker set to direct the film, written by Wallace Wolodarsky and Maya Forbes.[1]

By April 2013, DreamWorks Animation had acquired the intellectual property for the Trolls franchise from the Dam Family and Dam Things. Having "big plans for the franchise," DreamWorks Animation became the exclusive worldwide licensor of the merchandise rights, except for Scandinavia, where Dam Things remains the licensor.[24] In May 2013, the film was pushed back for a year to November 4, 2016.[25] The same month, DreamWorks Animation announced that Mike Mitchell and Erica Rivinoja has been hired as a director and screenplay writer to "reimagine" the film as a musical comedy, which will present the origin of the Trolls' colorful hair.[26] On June 16, 2014, Anna Kendrick joined the cast to voice Poppy, a princess.[10] On September 15, 2015, Deadline.com reported that Justin Timberlake will voice a character named Branch.[8] Timberlake previously worked with DreamWorks Animation as the voice of Arthur "Artie" Pendragon in Shrek the Third in 2007. The full cast announced their respective roles via announcements on Twitter on January 6, 2016.[27]

Music
Main article: Trolls (soundtrack)

Timberlake serves as an executive producer for the film's music and released the original song "Can't Stop the Feeling!" on May 6, 2016.[28] The song reached No. 1 in 17 countries, including the United States and Canada. Timberlake along with the film cast, as well as Ariana Grande and Earth, Wind & Fire contributed to the soundtrack.

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A Monster Calls is a 2016 internationally co-produced dark fantasy drama film directed by J. A. Bayona and written by Patrick Ness, based on his eponymous novel.

The film stars Sigourney Weaver, Felicity Jones, Toby Kebbell, Lewis MacDougall and Liam Neeson, and tells the story of Conor (MacDougal), a kid whose mother (Jones) is terminally ill; one night, he is visited by a giant tree-like monster (Neeson), who claims he will come back each night to tell him three stories.

The film premiered on September 10, 2016 at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival. It was then released in Spain on October 7, 2016 and in the United Kingdom on January 1, 2017. In the US, A Monster Calls had a limited release in on December 23, 2016, followed by a wide release on January 6, 2017. The film received stongly positive reviews from critics who praised its theme, directing, performances and visual effects, although the writing was considered by some as overly dark.


Plot

Conor O'Malley (Lewis MacDougall) is a young boy who tries to deal with his mother's terminal cancer (Felicity Jones), his strict grandmother (Sigourney Weaver), his estranged father (Toby Kebbell), and the attacks by local school bully Harry (James Melville).

One night, seven minutes after midnight, Conor encounters a tree-like Monster (Liam Neeson). The Monster tells Conor that it has come to tell Conor three true stories, after which Conor will tell The Monster his own story, the truth behind his nightmare. The Monster continues to meet Conor, almost always at 12:07 am or pm, to tell its stories, which all involve other times The Monster was summoned. Ultimately, Conor faces the truth behind his nightmare, which is that though he does not want his mother to die, he understands that it is inevitable and something he must accept. After this, Conor returns, with the Monster by his side, to comfort his mother one last time and she dies seven minutes after midnight. Upon returning home with his grandmother, who becomes caring towards him, she gives Conor a room of his own. In the room he finds on the desk his mother's old art book which depicts the characters of the stories that have been told by The Monster and a drawing of his mother as a child with the Monster.

Four stories
The first story
An old king who has lost his entire family, save a young grandson, remarries a beautiful young woman. He dies before the young prince has come of age, and many believe she poisoned the king. Not wanting to hand the kingdom over to the prince in a year, she plots to marry the prince and remain queen.
The prince, who is in a popular relationship with a farm girl, runs away with her. They stop and sleep under a yew tree (the monster), but in the morning he finds the young woman murdered.
He tells the villagers that the queen, a witch, must have done it, and they rally to overthrow the queen. At this point, the monster awakes and joins the mob.
Enraged, the commoners rally around the prince to storm the castle, and the monster follows.
Before the commoners can get to the queen, the monster arrives to snatch her from the fire and carry her away to a far off land where she lives out the rest of her life in peace.
Though she was indeed a witch, she did not kill the girl or the old king. The prince had murdered the girl under the yew tree, in order to inspire his people to back him into overthrowing the queen.
The second story[edit]
An apothecary follows the old traditions and beliefs, using herbs and brews to cure ailments.
The apothecary's business becomes less and less popular as a local parson tells his congregation not to accept the apothecary's old ways.
When the parson's own two daughters become very sick, the parson goes to the apothecary and asks him to save the lives of his two ill daughters after all other resources are exhausted.
When the apothecary asks why he should help a man who has turned people away from his skills and denied him the yew tree, his best source of healing ingredients, the parson begs. The parson promises to give him the yew tree and deliver the parishioners to him as customers. In response to the parson's promise to revoke his beliefs and give up everything if only his daughters are healed, the apothecary says that he cannot help him and the girls die.
The monster awakens from the yew tree to destroy the parson's house and raze it to the ground as punishment.
While the apothecary was a greedy man, he was a healer and would have saved lives, including the girls, if the parson had simply allowed him his way of life. The parson, however, was a man of belief, but was willing to throw his beliefs away when they were in the way. The healing traditions followed by the apothecary require belief in order to work; without the parson's, the apothecary was unable to treat the two girls. Belief is half the cure.
The third story[edit]
There was man who was invisible because no one ever saw him. Tired of this, he summoned the monster to ensure people would take notice. The monster made them see, but now they looked and saw something wretched.
The fourth story[edit]
Conor must confront his nightmare to tell the fourth story, or face his end.

His mother has been pulled to the edge of a cliff by a sudden collapse of the ground and Conor must hold onto her hand to save her from falling into the pit. Eventually, his grip fails and his mother falls.
The monster forces Conor to confess the truth: he loosened his grip on purpose. While he could have held on longer, he let go in order to stop the pain of having to hold on.


Cast
Lewis MacDougall as Conor O'Malley
Sigourney Weaver as Conor's grandmother, a strict woman who has a tense relationship with him
Felicity Jones as Lizzie O'Malley, Conor's mother, who is diagnosed with an unspecified terminal illness
Toby Kebbell as Conor's father, who is divorced from Lizzie and now lives in the United States
Liam Neeson as the "Monster" (voice and motion capture), a giant humanoid yew tree. Tom Holland, who worked with Bayona on The Impossible, served as the stand-in for the Monster during one day of production.[4]
James Melville as Harry, a school bully who frequently targets Conor
Geraldine Chaplin as the head teacher of Conor's school


Production
Focus Features bought the rights to the book in March 2014 [5] Patrick Ness, the book's author, served as the film's screenwriter with J. A. Bayona hired as director.[6] On April 23, 2014 Felicity Jones joined the film to play the boy's mother.[7] On May 8, Liam Neeson joined the film to voice the Monster.[8] On August 18, Sigourney Weaver joined to play the boy's grandmother.[9] On August 19, Toby Kebbell also joined the film.[10] On September 3, author Ness tweeted that Lewis MacDougall had been set for the lead role in the film.[11] On September 30, Geraldine Chaplin joined the cast.[12]

Filming
Principal photography began on September 30, 2014,[13] in Spain and Britain.[12][14] On October 9, the filming began on location in Preston, Lancashire, Rivington Pike (Chorley/Horwich), Manchester and Marsden Denshaw.[15]

Liam Neeson, who voices the titular tree creature, was not on set throughout the shooting process but completed his motion-capture performance during a two-week period beforehand with MacDougall in the room.[16]

Release
Originally scheduled for an October 2016 release,[17][18] the film was later delayed in order to avoid competition from Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, Boo! A Madea Halloween, Ouija: Origin of Evil and Keeping Up with the Joneses and was re-scheduled for a limited roll out on December 23, 2016, followed by a wide release on January 6, 2017.[19] The film was released in the United Kingdom on January 1, 2017, by Entertainment One and Lionsgate.[20] The film was released in India on January 6, 2017, by B4U Relativity.[21]

Reception
Box office
As of January 8, 2017, A Monster Calls has grossed $2.1 million in the United States and Canada and $34 million in other territories for a worldwide total of $36.1 million, against a production budget of $43 million.[3]

In North America, the film had its wide release alongside Underworld: Blood Wars and the wide expansions of Hidden Figures and Lion, and was initially expected to gross around $10 million from 1,523 theaters over the weekend.[22] However, after making just $659,000 on its first day weekend projections were lowered to $2 million, which is what it ended up grossing, finishing 13th at the box office.[23]

Critical response

A Monster Calls received positive reviews from critics. The aggregate site Rotten Tomatoes gives the film an approval rating of 87% based on 162 reviews, with an average rating of 7.6/10. The site's critical consensus reads, "A Monster Calls deftly balances dark themes and fantastical elements to deliver an engrossing and uncommonly moving entry in the crowded coming-of-age genre".[24] At Metacritic, the film has an average score of 76 out of 100, based on 39 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".[25] On CinemaScore, audiences gave the film an average grade of "A" on an A+ to F scale