#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – A young child is terrified to discover that a planned family trip is to be haunted by vile plant-eating monsters out of his worst nightmare. His attempt to save his beloved family is assisted by the spectre of his deceased grandfather. Also, there are NO trolls in this movie, only goblins.
Plot: When young Joshua learns that he will be going on vacation with his family to a small town called Nilbog, he protests adamantly. He is warned by the spirit of his deceased grandfather that goblins populate the town. His parents, Michael and Diana, dismiss his apprehensions, but soon learn to appreciate their son’s warnings. Guided by his grandfather’s ghost, will Joshua and his family stand a chance in fighting off these evil beings?
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This IS the best movie ever made. Nothing I have experienced has displayed the degree of perfection attained by the geniuses (yes geniuses and nothing less) behind Troll II.
The story-line is gripping, believable, and damn scary. The Waits family is on a month long vacation in the country town of Nilbog, as part of the family exchange program. They leave the modern conveniences of their home to “rough it” in Nilbog’s rural setting. I’m on the edge of my seat already, but wait, there’s more. Young Joshua’s deceased Grampa Seth comes back from the grave to warn the family of Nilbog’s dangers. The beautiful Holly Waites’s boyfriend tags along with his blatantly homo-erotic chums. There’s something strange about the curiously unrefrigerated “Nilbog Milk.” Oh, and did I forget to mention that the town is full of GOBLINS?!!!
The acting in this film can be summed up in one word and one word only: superfine. Every member of the Waites family was portrayed realistically and intriguingly. The chemistry between Elliot and Holly was so intense that I would be surprised to hear that there was not something going on off camera. The town matriarch has full command of the screen whenever she graces it with her presence. One actor takes the cake, however. Scene stealer Draco Floyd as the Store Owner is a sight to behold. He truly takes this movie that extra step into masterpiece. Watch for him. He’ll give you chills.
The special effects are top of the line for 1992, and some of these techniques are still used today. Watch for the spear throwing, the regeneration of Creedence’s hand, Grampa Seth in the mirror, “the shirt buttoning scene,” the vegetable transformations, “the popcorn scene,” and of course, the goblin costumes.
The underlying social commentary of Troll II was truly ahead of it’s time. Homosexuality is dealt with on many different levels. Elliot and his boys are obviously repressed closet homosexuals. Their’s is a constant struggle for acceptance into the Waites family. The town of Nilbog is in fact run by a lesbian who lusts after Holly Waits and takes great pleasure in the demasculinization of Arnold. Vegetarianism is approached more directly. The goblins turn their human victims into vegetables before devouring them. This says in no uncertain terms that everything you eat (plant or animal) was alive once, and killing is still killing. Troll II takes a chilling look at organized religion in the sermon scene. The Preacher (played by my father, I’m pretty sure of it) has his congregation in the palms of his hands and easily turns them against the lovable, freckled Joshua. Power like that belongs in no one man’s hands.
On the whole, realism sells Troll II. It’s scary because it COULD happen. Don’t watch this one alone or at night, but DO watch it. You won’t forget it.
And I thought comedy was dead…
This is one of the funniest movies I have seen in a long time. Truly. Undeniably, it is not intended to be funny. But my word, what can I say? The film opens with a man wearing a pointy hat being chased by what appears to be Yoda’s inbred cousins. The pointy hat man falls and is revived by a girl with disturbing freckles. To be helpful, she offers him a bowl of green gunge. Naturally, pointy hat man drinks the green gunge without a second’s thought. He then turns into a tree.
This tragic story has been recounted by Grampa Seth to his irritating grandson, Joshua. It turns out Grampa Seth is a ghost who has extensive knowledge of goblins and their evil green food.
Joshua and his cretinous family set off for a vacation as part of a house exchange with a family of retards who live in the town of Nilbog. Thoughtfully, the retard family have left a selection of hideous green cakes for them to eat. Unfortunately, Grampa Seth appears and hints to Joshua that having a waz on them might be a good idea.
Close behind them, following in a camper van, is his sister’s boyfriend and his boyfriends, I mean friends. One by one the boys encounter many terrible things. Dork #1 sees a terrified girl in the woods, to reassure her he chases her and jumps on top of her. He then meets a woman from Stone Henge, who sounds like she is from Transylvannia, who turns him into a plant. And puts him in a pot. Dork #2 meets a policeman called Sheriff Freak who drops him off in town in the middle of a group of men with moustaches. Dork #3 has a grisly encounter with popcorn.
Meanwhile, the family are given a traditional Nilbog welcome by the town’s residents – a great deal of clapping, chanting and more green cake. Troublemaker, Grampa Seth appears again and encourages Joshua to set fire to one of the party guests. Shortly after this the goblins appear and throw sandwiches at the house. The film soon comes to a dramatic conclusion.
In many respects, this film is a disgrace. The acting is unforgettable – I am particularly surprised that the drugstore owner was not at least nominated for a best supporting Oscar. The dialogue is understated and poignant – especially where Holly punches her boyfriend in the gonads and he delivers the immortal line, ‘Are you trying to turn me into a homo?’. And the music is the work of a genius of sorts, or at the very least a remedial level music student with a Casio keyboard.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 35 min (95 min)
Genre Comedy, Fantasy, Horror
Director Claudio Fragasso
Writer Rossella Drudi (screenplay), Claudio Fragasso (screenplay), Claudio Fragasso (story)
Actors Michael Paul Stephenson, George Hardy, Margo Prey, Connie Young
Production Company Filmirage
Sound Mix Mono
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Arriflex Cameras and Lenses
Laboratory WBS Laboratories, Salt Lake City (UT), USA
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm (Eastman Kodak)
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm