Trolls Band Together review – a kooky, candyfloss-coloured boyband reunion

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Anna Kendrick and Justin Timberlake return to voice Poppy and Branch in the third, possibly loopiest, instalment of the monster franchise

Family films often feel a bit eat-your-veg as they nag at kids with sensible worthwhile messages about the value of kindness or the importance of staying true to yourself. Not so the Trolls franchise, which is less veg, more M&Ms spiked with liquid LSD. This new film does have a message (try your best, perfection is overrated) but honestly, characters, themes, messages – they are all just a backdrop to the glitter and bonkersness.

Trolls Band Together is the third film in the franchise – and possibly the loopiest. Anna Kendrick returns to voice Poppy, queen of the Trolls, who is now officially dating grumpy Branch (Justin Timberlake). But he has a secret: he was once in the mega famous boyband BroZone with his four brothers. The truth comes out after one of the brothers, Floyd (Troye Sivan), is kidnapped by talentless double act Velvet (Amy Schumer) and Veneer (Andrew Rannells). The pair are chemically extracting Floyd’s talent to win a singing contest; the only thing that can save him is BroZone reunited, singing the perfect family harmony.

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