The Trolls Historiography

575 Words3 Pages
When Poppy comes to Branch after her friends are kidnapped all Branch can say is “I told you so.” The trolls website perfectly describes Branch as “the over-cautious paranoid survivalist in Troll Village, who lives in fear of invasion from the Bergens. The only Troll in the village who doesn’t sing, dance or hug, Branch lives a disgruntled existence, constantly trying to prepare for the worst. He’s constantly flummoxed by the over-the-top positivity of the other Trolls — is he the only sane one in this crowd of exuberantly happy Trolls? Over the course of the film, Branch will be challenged to embrace his inner Troll, even if it includes a dreaded burst of singing and dancing. Will he learn to find inner happiness with Poppy at his side?” Whereas Poppy…show more content…
“His heroism and valor were the stuff of Troll legend. Quick with inspirational words of wisdom, King Peppy ushered in a new era of happiness and security in Troll Village. Now it’s 20 years later, and King Peppy has become a grandfatherly elder statesman to the Trolls. A tad dottier and forgetful than he was as a young man, King Peppy brings some unintentional humor to the Trolls, but is still beloved by everyone in Troll Village, and his legacy lives on in his daughter Poppy.” This is unlike Branch who was the cause of his own disaster. He 's pushed away happiness from his life because of the mistakes he 's made that have cost him the people he loves. In facing the Bergens, who are now ruled by Prince Gristle because his father was dethroned when Prince Gristle was only a boy, both Poppy and Branch experience each other 's feelings and in return become happier themselves. Even the Bergens get to experience happiness for the first time in forever, but not by eating Trolls like they have always expected. Prince Gristle finds happiness in fellow Bergen Bridget, who “is the sweetest, most kind-hearted Bergen in all of Bergen
Open Document