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Gunmar immediately discards Angor Rot after seeing how weak his is, but is then blindsided by Jim. However, he gets back up, and Gunmar hurls Jim straight onto the roof of the museum.
Jim recovers quickly, but there seems to be no sign of Gunmar, until he bursts through the roof and attacks. He gains the upper hand, and pins Jim down, preparing to turn him with the Decimaar Blade.
Back inside Trollmarket, Morgana tries to decide between one of the many ways to kill Merlin, and settles for trying them all. And those reinforcements are all the spirits of the past Trollhunters: everyone ranging from Kanjigar to Deya.
Their spirits possess the bodies of the Gumm-Gumm soldiers, and they join the fight with Unkar only having five seconds of life before dying for self explanatory reasons.
Jim still continues to resist the grip of the Decimaar Blade. As Claire, Toby, and Blinky arrive, Jim recites his quote again, the armor supercharges with the energy of Jim's will power, and he breaks free.
Gunmar then charges at Jim for a killing blow. But at the very last second, Jim summons his Eclipse Blade, and slashes straight down Gunmar's thorax.
Jim smugly notes that the it is exactly what Gunmar thinks it is, and Jim summons his shield. Gunmar explodes, releasing a cascading burst of energy that decimates the remaining Gumm-Gumms in Arcadia.
Dedicating his ultimate victory to Draal, Jim boots Gunmar's lifeless solidified body off the roof, and Blinky, Claire, and Toby watch in amazement as it shatters to the ground below, ending the bloodthirsty monster's reign of terror once and for all.
Blinky has no words for how proud his is of Jim for ending a centuries-old war. Their final battle is not over yet.
The gang still has one last villain to defeat in order to save the world Morgan le Fay. But with Merlin out of commission, most of the Trollhunters are somewhat hesitant, fearful, and instantly doubtful if they can even defeat her on their own.
Just before the cut to black a truck is seen stopping next to the camera. Presumably the driver is the person who "found the footage".
An epilogue tells the audience that none of the students were heard from again. The film ends with a news clip of the Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg appearing to admit to the existence of trolls, though the press fails to take notice.
For the film's final scene, a clip of former Norwegian Prime minister Jens Stoltenberg speaking about an oil field outside Norway called the Troll Field was edited to create the appearance of him admitting the existence of trolls.
He also applauded the film for combining Norwegian cultural elements with Hollywood cinematic flair. She complained that the dramaturgy could be better at times.
The special effects she found to be of variable quality, though certain scenes were "amazing". She also highlighted Jespersen's performance as essential to the film's success.
Weaker than we could hope. Like Hobbelstad he appreciated Jespersen's effort. Mode Steinkjer in Dagsavisen , gave the film five out of six points.
She called it "flat, predictable and rather devoid of content". Although she regarded it as funny at times, Nipen found the use of the mockumentary format exhausted and overused.
The site's consensus reads, " Trollhunter is a mockumentary with an appropriate level of creeping dread, but one that also benefits from generous helpings of dry wit.
Mike Hale of The New York Times called it a "clever and engaging mock documentary" with "ultradry Nordic humor", though "about 20 percent too long" with "more traveling shots through car windows of the fjord -land scenery than are absolutely necessary".
The special effects, while "created with a computer-graphics budget that we can assume was far short of the Hollywood standard, are surprisingly lifelike and frightening".
Musetto of the New York Post gave it three stars out of four and cautioned, "You'll want to catch this clever movie before Hollywood ruins everything with a dumb remake.
The latter song's quiet, downbeat ending is abruptly followed by a VFX clip, showing the family "Mountain King" trolls the third of four troll types depicted in the movie clawing and shrieking at the camera.
While otherwise in Norwegian, the credits end with the English phrase "No trolls were harmed during the making of this movie. Trollhunter contains many references to Norwegian culture and Norwegian folktales in particular.
The most well-known is probably the Mountain King, which is mentioned in the play Peer Gynt and its music by Edvard Grieg. The Norwegian name for Mountain King, Dovregubbe , is a compound word whose first part is used in the name for the mountain range Dovrefjell where the characters meet the final troll.
Other common troll descriptions from the Norwegian folklore which are used in the film include trolls having a tail, multiple heads, the ability to smell a Christian's blood, eating rocks, but loving meat and sometimes being man-eaters.
The trolls are also described as big, old, strong, but slow and dim-witted, turning to stone when exposed to sunlight.
In the struggle ahead, Jim and his friends will discover enemies and friends where they least expect them as their shadow war draws ever greater danger and complications into all their lives.
Written by Kenneth Chisholm kchishol rogers. Exciting, stylish, fun, entertaining, action packed, and very, very impressive. Although aimed at a younger audience, it holds the depth and complexity of any adult show, while remaining whimsically childlike.
Light and dark are perfectly balanced — it's got both silly kid humour and suspenseful situations that are genuinely unsettling. This is, after all, the same guy who made Pan's Labyrinth, and you can definitely see the influence here.
I was constantly impressed with the depth of imagination and real cleverness of this series. The unique monsters, magical elements, and new plot complications never stopped coming.
The overall story arc is fantastically well-written, and character developments and relationships are truly believable and affecting. The baddies are interestingly conflicted, the goodies are endearing and extremely likable.
You've got the terrified yet courageous hero Jim, clumsy yet smart wing man Toby, and sweet yet kick-ass Shakespeare-aficionado Claire, and all the rest, equally original.
Brilliant voice acting too, especially from the late Anton Yelchin. Oh, and it's beautifully animated.
Little wonder it won six Emmys! Del Toro's creation is flawless. Trollhunters is something you can enjoyably binge-watch and then put off watching the last few episodes because you don't want it to come to an end.
I can't wait for the second season — I haven't watched anything this good in a long time. No need to waste time endlessly browsing—here's the entire lineup of new movies and TV shows streaming on Netflix this month.
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Still reeling from discovering the amulet's power, Jim meets with his new mentors, and learns about the sacred responsibility he has been tasked with.
Toby and Jim tour Heartstone Trollmarket, where Jim starts his training; the presence of a human Trollhunter creates resentment.
Jim gets a crash course in troll history, and is faced with problems, his first mission, and a bully. During a field trip to a museum, Jim tries to get closer to Claire; Jim discovers that the museum curator has a surprising secret.
Jim gets ready for a high-stakes rematch against Draal, who seems to be the amulet's rightful heir; after saving his life, a surprising partnership emerges.
With the help of an ancient troll-hunting tool an iron horseshoe , Jim and Toby try to unmask the changelings living among them; Claire presents Jim with a tempting offer.
Draal gets accustomed to his new digs; Jim tries to find out if Claire's little brother is a changeling. Jim's sixteenth birthday is full of surprises, including the arrival of a new species of flying troll, called a stalkling, that is immune to the effects of sunlight.
Draal gives Jim a totem to help lessen his anxiety about Claire; Jim's resulting overconfidence leads him to a starteling realization we already know: Strickler is a changeling.
Claire's suspicions grow; Jim's mother invites Strickler over for a tension-filled dinner. In Strickler's office, Toby discovers that the changeling is hiding a small portal to the Darklands.
The door to the Darklands still won't open, even though the Killahead bridge is complete, when Claire becomes a target; Jim must tell her the truth, though she won't believe him and thinks he's crazy until they are attacked by goblins; and Gnome Chompsky ventures into the Darklands.
Two battles unfold when Strickler and Bular atempt to make Jim unlock the portal and free Gunmar and his army from the Darklands.
In the end, Bular is killed, and Draal's arm is turned to stone when he removes the Amulet of Daylight from Killahead Bridge and shatters, replaced by a machanical prosthethic.
Claire sees the Heartstone Trollmarket for the first time; Jim receives a ghostly summons; Strickler rouses an ancient assassin.
Jim looks for a way to destroy Gunmar so Claire can bring her brother home; a power-hungry Strickler comes back to Arcadia with Angor Rot, killing Jim's principal and taking his place.
The heroes go on a dangerous quest to a troll as big as a mountain named Gatto in search of the first Triumbric Stone the Birthstone , three stones linked to Gunmar's lifeforce; Angor Rot creates a charm that links Barbara and Strickler's fates, which Strickler proves to Jim by cutting himself on Jim's sword, cutting Jim's mother's finger as well.
An unrecognizable Blinky experiences the highs and lows of being a human; Angor Rot marks Jim for a fate that is far worse than death. Jim's armor recives an upgrade thanks to Vendal and the Birthstone; Claire wants Jim to be her dance partner as the heroes look for the second Triumbric Stone; they wind up in unfamiliar marshlands and tailed by Angor Rot, where Toby pretends to be a troll king.
In the process, Toby gets cursed, but Vendal contains it in Toby's warhammer. When a horde of pixies descends on Arcadia Oaks High, the students are sent into a tailspin; Angor Rot has a surprising proposal for Jim.
The changeling posing as Claire's brother throws a party for the trolls of Arcadia; Jim and Toby want to take Strickler's ring. In a flashback at the beginning of the episode, we learn how Angor Rot trades his soul, which is contained in Morgana's ring, for his powers.
Then, every second 2, of them counts when Jim uses a rare time-stopping Kairosect taken from Gatto to save Claire from getting hit by a truck; rescue Blinky, who is turning back into a troll in front of Barbara; and take back the second Triumbric Stone from Angor Rot.
When the time runs out, Jim must confront a betrayed Angor Rot, who accidentally destroyes the ring, returning his soul to his body.
He attempts to kill Jim, who escapes, and then pursues Stricker. A troll queen arrives and a devastating secret is revealed; Strickler asks for Jim's protection.
Jim reluctantly joins forces with Strickler to keep Barbara who learns about the trolls alive; Gnome Chompksy returns with important news regarding Enrique.
Jim races to break the spell that bonds Barbara and Strickler; Angor Rot attacks Claire and Toby at the Spring Fling, when they look for the incantation to break the spell.
In the end, Barbara forgets about the trolls due to the spell being broken and Angor Rot gets the key to Trollmatket.
When put into the Amulet of Daylight and the words "for the doom of Gunmar, Eclipse is mine to command" are spoken, his armor turns red.
With Jim still trapped in the Darklands searching for Enrique, his friends rally to bring him back. But the Troll Tribunal has other ideas.
In the Darklands, Jim is pursued by a mysterious, hooded figure, who reveals itself to be Dictatious, Blinky's brother.
Claire recruits NotEnrique for a secret mission to return the pieces of the Kilahead bridge, while bully Steve stirs up trouble at school. In the Darklands, Jim meets Gunmar.
Nomora, who is now a prisoner, comes to Jim's aid in the Darklands. Back in Arcadia, Toby's distracting new headgear picks up signals from the Janus Order.
Blinky blinds Dictatious while Jim and Nomoura are forced to fight; Draal leaves his post guarding the bridge to ensure no one but Jim and the rescue team come out, saving Jim, Nomoura, and the rescue team's lives from attacking Gumm-Gumms, but allowing Gunmar to escape.
Now out of the Darklands and readjusting to life in Arcadia, Jim and the team must face the consequences of their risky actions.
Hans, trolljegeren Glenn Erland Tosterud Johanna Tomas Alf Larsen Kalle Urmila Berg-Domaas Malica Hans Morten Hansen Finn Haugen Robert Stoltenberg E-verkssjef Eirik Bech Taglines: You'll believe it when you see it!
Edit Did You Know? Trivia Trollhunter contains many references to Norwegian culture and Norwegian folktales e. The trolls are also described as big, old, strong, but slow and dim-witted, turning to stone when exposed to sunlight.
The film also has several specific references to some traditional fairy tales e. In the film they are alternating shown driving on both when they leave the place.
Quotes Hans, trolljegeren : A giant, feet tall, has chased the Dovre trolls down here. We don't want Jotnars running around. Malica : Give me a break.
Do you all actually believe in trolls?12/15/ · Trollhunters Season 2, under the shared-universe/franchise moniker of Trollhunters: Tales of Arcadia now that spin-off series 3 Below and Wizards have Author: Dave Trumbore.