Trollhunters Season 1 Episode 20 “Where Is My Mind?” :- Watch Trollhunters Season 1 Episode 20 “Where Is My Mind?” on Youtube on Fire,Bouncing between high school — where history and Shakespeare are taught to Jim so they can be cleverly incorporated into the series later as thematic material — and the new troll-ridden world he’s been sworn to protect, Jim is helped along by his best friend, Toby (Charlie Saxton), and two new troll allies, Blinky (Kelsey Grammer) and AAARRRGGHH!!! (Yes, that’s his official name, and he’s voiced by Fred Tatasciore.)The troll designs are some of the most pleasing parts of the series, as each big beast gets loving attention to best convey personality through physicality, but the world being built with this ambitious animation is thoroughly intriguing. When the story sags into predictable arcs, viewers of all ages should be more than fine to go along with it thanks to the impressive artistry at play. And they’ll be glad they did once the show starts expanding on its mythology.Bolstered by a strong cast overall — del Toro favorite Ron Perlman is particularly delightful as the big bad troll — it’s worth spotlighting Jim. The tragic backstory of the series is its lead vocal actor, Anton Yelchin, who passed away after he’d completed most of his recordings. “Trollhunters” marks the talented young actor’s final role, and our great loss is emphasized not only by the excellence of his work, but the nature of it. Yelchin always looked young — younger, even, than he really was — and many of his roles were either carefully chosen or purposefully built to make him seem older. From the mature nature of “Like, Crazy’s” central romance to armoring up for action in “Terminator Salvation” and implementing an accent into his “Star Trek” character, Yelchin’s boyish looks were pushed aside as he submerged himself in the roles.
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Animation, Adventure, Comedy
Release: 23 December 2016
IMDB Rating: 8.8/10
Director: Guillermo del Toro
Stars: Anton Yelchin, Ron Perlman, Kelsey Grammer