Human Trollhunter Jim Lake Jr. and his friends must fight to save the world from the evil Arcane Order whose goal is to use the Titans to reshape the earth.
This is a film that feels rushed and should have been made into a miniseries. Despite that, it doesn't disappoint in terms of spectacle, visuals, and action.
Jim and the rest of the heroes from the series on Arcadia rally together to stop the Arcane Order after their attempt to prevent them from raising the Titans fails.
Still struggling to come to terms with the fact that his powers as the Trollhunter are no longer with him since the destruction of the magical amulet, Jim must find a way to save earth from certain doom.
This film doesn't play safe when it comes to the damage of the epic battles and by the time some of the major characters begin dying, you get a feeling of dread because you never know who is next.
Three different directors helmed this and at some point, their efforts to unite their visions don't quite merge into a unifying whole.
The pacing is really fast and those who haven't watched the series before will have a hard time trying to keep up as events unfold.
The action, though, enjoyable, can't be compared to that of some of the best fights in the previous series but the emotions this time make the plot all the more relatable and satisfying.
The themes of friendship. heroism and sacrifice shine through, and even though this film isn't as monumental and remarkable as the trailer shows, it ends up being as entertaining as one would expect.