History WesternAnimation / ATrollInCentralPark

29th Apr '16 8:00:03 PM ryanasaurus0077
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* EvilTastesGood: More like "It feels delicious to be so vicious!" Gnorga says this during her VillainSong.

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* EvilTastesGood: More like "It feels delicious to be so vicious!" vicious!", as Gnorga more or less says this during her VillainSong.
29th Feb '16 1:23:45 PM Prfnoff
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* EverythingsNuttierWithSquirrels: A small squirrel Stanley meets has a minor subplot.
5th Feb '16 5:03:01 PM vexer
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[[caption-width-right:200:[[TastesLikeDiabetes Ugh. Need insulin yet?]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:200:[[TastesLikeDiabetes Ugh. Need insulin yet?]]]]

15th Dec '15 6:25:50 PM MrMediaGuy2
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->''"This movie was made for your wall!"''
-->-- '''The Nostalgia Critic'''
25th Aug '15 2:17:34 AM jameygamer
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->''"This movie was made for your wall!"''
-->-- '''The Nostalgia Critic'''
9th Jul '15 2:15:22 PM Prinzenick
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** How did Gnorga even know where to banish Stanley to when Llort didn't even tell her where it was to begin with and only gave a general description of how horrible it was? And how did Llort even learn about New York in the first place, since the Troll Kingdom is clearly a far ways off from any place humans would be around? Stanley mentions offhand that his mother used to read him stories about humans, but when Llort discusses sending Stanley to New York, he words it in a way that makes it seem like none of the other trolls knew about the human world.

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** How did Gnorga even know where to banish Stanley to when Llort didn't even tell her where it was to begin with with, and only gave a general description of how horrible it was? And how did Llort even learn about New York in the first place, place or even know if it was as bad as he made it out to be, since the Troll Kingdom is clearly a far ways off from any place humans would be around? Stanley mentions offhand that his mother used to read him stories about humans, but when Llort discusses sending Stanley to New York, he words it in a way that makes it seem like none of the other trolls knew about the human world.world.
9th Jul '15 2:12:46 PM Prinzenick
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* PlotHole: There are a few in the film.
** How did Gnorga even know where to banish Stanley to when Llort didn't even tell her where it was to begin with and only gave a general description of how horrible it was? And how did Llort even learn about New York in the first place, since the Troll Kingdom is clearly a far ways off from any place humans would be around? Stanley mentions offhand that his mother used to read him stories about humans, but when Llort discusses sending Stanley to New York, he words it in a way that makes it seem like none of the other trolls knew about the human world.
** The source of Stanley's "prestidigitation" powers, which is not explained and [[NewPowersAsThePlotDemands comes out of nowhere]], with no foreshadowing, midway through the film. Earlier he was shown to have magic, but only the kind that could grow plants.
** While Gnorga going to New York without bringing other trolls can be written off due to her impatient, temperamental personality, did she even consider that sending a Tornado to destroy Central Park, located in one of the most densely populated cities on Earth, all just to capture a rogue troll and two kids, would attract a lot of unwanted attention? Even the next day, well after she's defeated, no one seems to be raising a stink about how Central Park has been completely razed.
9th Jul '15 2:05:49 PM Prinzenick
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* RandomEventsPlot: The films plot, besides being very simplistic, is also extremely loose--it starts with Stanley's flower planting getting uncovered and him getting exiled from the Troll world to New York, where he hides under a bridge in Central Park--then he encounters Rosie and Gus, who snuck out to the park, and partakes in a half hour of entertaining them with his flowers and magic. Then Gnorga finds out he's still alive and decides to take matters into her own hands, arriving at New York to kidnap the kids as bait (and turning Gus into a troll) so she can lure Stanley to her, forcing him to man up and save the day, although he gets turned to stone when Gnorga uses Gus' powers on him. Gus changes back to human, but still has a magic thumb and manages to change Stanley back in turn. They all sing together as Stanley's magic envelops all of New York in plant life. The end.
24th May '15 12:35:10 PM Someoneman
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* [[EvilTastesGood It feels delicious to be so vicious!]]: Gnorga says this during her VillainSong.

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* [[EvilTastesGood It EvilTastesGood: More like "It feels delicious to be so vicious!]]: vicious!" Gnorga says this during her VillainSong.
5th Apr '15 7:22:14 PM Hedging
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** King Llort is a slightly better treated [[Disney/AliceInWonderland King of hearts.]]
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