In an adventure that will take them well beyond what they've known before, Queen Poppy (Anna Kendrick) and Branch (Justin Timberlake) discover that they are but one of six different Troll tribes scattered over six different lands and devoted to six different kinds of music: Funk, Country, Techno, Classical, Pop and Rock. Their world is about to get a lot bigger and a whole lot louder when a mem...
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I get that this is special because it should have been in the theater and all the justification. But the only option being a 48 hour rental... This is annoying. I will do as little of these rentals as possible. The pricing is just off.
Im not spending $20 only to have the video for 48 hours. Only to have my kids want to watch it again at hour mark 50. If i wanted to hear them cry about something id just make them dinner, which would be cheapr than that!
Great movie for entertaining littles. For those complaining about the price, remember that this is in place of a theatrical release. The cost is cheaper than movie tickets and refreshments for a family of four! I just purchased our rental and am looking forward to family movie night tonight. As for kids wanting to watch it over and over again, simply explain that just like in the theater, we only get to see it once for now. Once it is released for purchase later on, if they still want to be able to watch it on demand we can buy it.
I understand they're charging a rental fee because it was due to be released in theaters, and now there's a virus. I have way too many young kids (3) that love trolls and can't sit quietly through anything, though. I've even got one that plays the most terrifying game of run-hide-watch-panic during every single public outing. I never would have seen this in the theater. I would, however, have paid $20, maybe even $30, to own this movie.
Renting it for $20 for a 48 hour period actually is a complete insult to parents with young fans. Why release it early at all? Way to show how incredibly greedy you can be! Especially during a time when our kids could use some new troll songs and I could use 5 minutes to make some coffee and scream into a pillow. It really is impressive.
$20 for a 48 rental is insane. I would be ok with $20 rental for 30 days (under the current conditions) or until it is released on digital media (at which point I could buy). This will just confuse my kids and give me a headache having to tell them we can't watch it cause it expired and mom and dad cannot afford another $20 to watch for another two days.... At the theatre they know 1x and we will buy it later when released. While on the TV at home they think we bought it or can buy it and can watch it over and over. Whoever decided this does not have young kids.