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“Troll” is about … a troll. By definition of science fiction. The filmmakers even borrowed melodies from “I Dovregubbens hall,” the music Edvard Grieg composed for Henrik Ibsen’s “Peer Gynt.”
So far so good, you might think?
number. The answer is no, no and not again.
‘Troll’ is getting a lot of attention because it’s coming to Netflix before it hits theatres. It is also The most watched movie on Netflix in a number of countries.
You should get attention because it’s egregiously bad.
The following is a bit excessive, but not by much. in keeping with the theme; After all, we are talking about a fairy-tale character’s elf.
There is no one good line here. Not a single good acting performance. Not a good picture. There is no one good sequence of pictures. Even the Karl Johans gate has been tampered with.
Talkmore’s troll ads are a hundred times better.
But did director Rur Uthog have an ulterior motive? That he wanted something else, more than a disaster movie, as he was made with “The Wave”?
Of course, I don’t know, but sometimes you can hope for the best.
Editor of the music newspaper PULS, for which he has been working for 30 years. He previously worked as a journalist for Klassecampen and TV 2. He has authored five books on Vålerenga, and has translated several biographies (Neil Young, Madonna, David Beckham). Rønsen is a trained print designer with a long history as a stage musician. Today mainly as a vocalist on “Dylan Bonanza”.
Could a dwarf be the fictional character playing out the climate crisis? If so, that’s the only feature I can find in this movie.
And as a “disaster movie,” it was completely lost. Actually, incredibly bad.
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