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The Lego Movie

The Lego Movie

Genders: Adventure, Comedy, Animation

Director: Phil Lord, Christopher Miller

Writer: Dan Hageman (story), Kevin Hageman (story), Phil L

Actors: Will Arnett, Elizabeth Banks, Craig Berry, Alison Brie

Year: 2014
Run time: 100min
IMDB score: 8.3
Updated: 11 months ago

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Movie name: The Lego Movie

Genders: Adventure, Comedy, Animation

Imdb Score: 8.3

Runtime: 100min

Released: 07 Feb 2014

Director: Phil Lord, Christopher Miller

Writer: Dan Hageman (story), Kevin Hageman (story), Phil L

Actors: Will Arnett, Elizabeth Banks, Craig Berry, Alison Brie

Box Office: $253.1M

Company: Warner Bros. Pictures

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Never Have I Been so Wrong About a Movie

8/10 Like many of you, the first time I saw the trailer for The Lego Movie (2014) I thought to myself, "Are you kidding me?!" Yet another movie based on a franchise of toys aimed towards families willing to cough up the cash just to shut their kids up. Can't we for once make movies for kids that don't dull the senses? Have we truly come to the point where there are no original thoughts? Yet after seeing not just families but college kids' line up to see sold out viewings I became interested. In addition, The Lego Movie managed to muster a staggering 93% on rottentomatoes.com, an unheard of fresh score in the February film graveyard. In short; curiosity got the best of me.

Boy was I wrong about this film. I honestly couldn't have been more wrong about a film in my life. The Lego Movie is not only the must see film of the late winter season, I'm going to go ahead and call it now; it's the best family-oriented film for all ages of 2014. Okay maybe not but at the very least it's a very high bar to set.

The story busts out of the gate from the get-go; Vitruvius (Morgan Freeman) a wizard and "master builder", while protecting a mystery weapon is blinded by Lord Business (Will Ferrell), obviously our caped and big booted villain. Before Vitruvius is kicked into the abyss by Business and his robotic minions, he foretells of a hero, the "special" who will put an end to his dastardly plans, whatever they might be. The next morning Emmet a seemingly ordinary Lego construction worker goes about his normal day. He comes across a woman named Wyldstyle (Elizabeth Banks) searching for "the piece of resistance" which he unwittingly finds and becomes beholden to. Now it's up to Emmet and some newfound friends to fulfill the prophecy.

It all sounds like a scenario dreamed up by a child who's read one too many comic books. Yet within The Lego Movie's brick-blocked world, everything including the story feels incredibly new and original. Children, especially the young will enjoy the fast action, laugh-a-minute jokes, sly slapstick and goofy characters. Obvious kid favorites will include perma-smiled Unikitty (Alison Brie) and zany 80's throwback astronaut Benny (Charlie Day) whose ability to create spaceshifts is frustratingly overlooked. Plus there's Batman (Will Arnett) Batman!

The older crowd however will be astounded not only with the seamless CGI effects but with the subversive element throughout the film. Yes a goofy, kiddy film of such unrestrained chirpiness can be positively incendiary, at least in this case. Throughout the film there are Orwellian elements tucked underneath crafty pop-culture references ranging from Star Wars (1977) to Harry Potter. There are mischievous pokes at what Henry David Thoreau referred to as "(leading) lives of quite desperation."

Finally there's cheeky satire aimed at the Danish toy brand itself. Much of the conflict revolves around "master builders" who build whatever they want out of the parts they find versus Lord Business who wants everything built "according to the directions." This particular theme struck the kid inside me as I was very fond of Legos. Younglings may not realize that back in the day, pre-designed Lego play sets took a back seat to the now impossible to find Lego Creative Bucket sets. To the uninitiated that particular red bucket set was an amalgam of potential foot sores but to this writer, those 200+ pieces were a gateway to an unlimited creative space.

The Lego Movie accurately and effectively recreates that creative space through accessible movie magic. It exhibits a fun hero story that may not be treading new narrative ground but nonetheless feels fresh and new. Finally the themes and occasionally biting humor makes The Lego Movie a kid's film that isn't just for kids but the child in all of us. This February do yourself a favor and treat yourself to an adventure story unlike any other. Then go home and order some Legos online! I know I am.

one year ago

An absolute must-see, consistently entertaining from start to finish.

9/10 Hollywood has a long history of taking beloved relics from our
childhood and adapting them into big-screen entertainment, with the
unfortunate truth being that the final product often bears little
resemblance to the source material that our younger counterparts loved
so much. Typically we're left with something that feels like a cheap,
hollow cash-in (The Smurfs, Garfield, Alvin and the Chipmunks), or a
bloated, special effects-laden monstrosity full of explosions and poor
acting (Battleship, Transformers, G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra).

So it was with much trepidation that I sat down to watch The Lego
Movie, steeling myself for an experience that would be little more than
a two- hour commercial designed to drive traffic into the nearest toy
store, coaxing money out of the wallets of parents and into the pockets
of the Danish toy company. Instead, I was treated with one of the most
original, creative and entertaining films I've seen in years, which has
quickly cemented itself as the first must-see movie of 2014.

Emmett (Chris Pratt) is a construction worker, obediently carrying out
his daily duties in accordance with the instruction manual provided to
all Lego citizens by President (Lord) Business (Will Ferrell), an
obsessive compulsive, maniacal CEO bent on world domination. Think Lex
Luthor, but as a complete control freak with less intelligence and more
mustache-twirling insanity.

A chance encounter with the beautiful WyldStyle (Elizabeth Banks) leads
Emmett to the mythical Piece of Resistance, an ancient relic spoken of
only in prophecy that can be used to save the Lego citizens from their
impending doom. Wyldstyle quickly whisks Emmett away and brings him
before the Master Builders, which include the sagelike Vitruvius
(Morgan Freeman), the manic 1980s astronaut Benny (Charlie Day), and
WyldStyle's boyfriend, Batman (Will Arnett, in perhaps the film's most
hilarious vocal performance). Together, the Master Builders formulate a
plan to defeat Lord Business by infiltrating his massive high-rise
fortress, using the Piece of Resistance to defeat him once and for all
– provided they can escape the clutches of the terrifying Good Cop/Bad
Cop (Liam Neeson), Lord Business' most loyal henchman.

From the opening moments of the film, The Lego Movie fires an endless
array of jokes at its audience from seemingly every angle. Writers Phil
Lord and Christopher Miller (who also directed the film) have an expert
grasp of the absurd, and they use it to great effect, ensuring that
every scene is stuffed to the gills with laughs. Many of the film's
best moments are derived from the fact that the characters, vehicles,
and environments are created from Lego pieces: one of the rules
established by the filmmakers was that everything appearing on screen
must be possible to construct in the real world.

There's an especially clever twist that occurs during the third act
that, if attempted by less talented filmmakers, could've easily
derailed the entire experience, but Lord and Miller's pitch-perfect
execution makes it work. With lightning-fast wit, a surprising amount
of action, and perhaps a bit of attention deficit disorder, The Lego
Movie is consistently entertaining from start to finish. It's a
brilliant mix of humor, heart, and creativity, and provides a great
foundation to build on.

Sorry, I couldn't resist at least one Lego-related pun. But seriously,
The Lego Movie is fantastic.

-- Brent Hankins

one year ago

The Lego Movie is a unique and very refreshing animated film!

8/10 The Lego Movie is a winner on several levels. There is a good amount of clever gags and I was constantly bursting with laughter. I was surprised by how it contained so many memorable cameos, pop icons and film references, providing a strong nostalgia factor to older viewers. The playful approach towards movie cliches made it a really enjoyable and refreshing watch. The animation is absolutely stunning and the blend of CGI with stop motion worked brilliantly. Everything can be attachable, making the vibe of each scenario feel very unique and unlike anything you've ever seen. The Lego Movie has plenty of heart too by the end of the journey and it's going to be really tough for another animated film to surpass its inventiveness and charm.

one year ago

A reminder of how fun Lego can be.

10/10 The stand out feature of the Lego Movie for me would be the way the Lego Universe was created. The movie paid great attention to detail making everything appear as it would made from Lego, including the water and clouds, and the surfaces people walked on all had the circles sticking upwards a Lego piece would have. Combined with all the yellow faces, and Lego part during building, I was convinced action took place in the Lego Universe.

A combination of adult and child friendly humour should entertain all, the movie has done well to ensure audiences of all ages are catered to.

The voice cast were excellent, especially Liam Neeson's split personality police officer, making the 2 personalities sound distinctive, and giving his Bad Cop the usual Liam Neeson tough guy.

The plot is about resisting an over-controlling ruler, highlighted by the name of the hero's "resistance piece". It is well thought through, well written, and revealing at the right times. Full of surprises, The Lego Movie won't let You see what's coming. Best animated film since Wreck it Ralph! Please let there be sequels.

one year ago

Childhood Awesomeness

10/10 I was the only adult who didn't bring kids to the theater and all I can say is that I was leading the clapping when the credits rolled.

"The Lego Movie" was an awesome, super creative, and extremely satisfying film for all ages- that is, if you have ever played with Legos. Even people that have never bought a Lego set will this enjoy this awesomely humorous and in the end, heartfelt movie.

(Notice I am using the word awesome a lot, because one cannot stop singing the "Everything is awesome" song played in the movie. Too catchy!)

The creators did a wonderful job putting all the classic things about Legos and making a new movie packed with humor.

The voice actors were outstanding. You can tell they really enjoyed doing the movie and put in a lot of effort. Liam Neeson was fantastic as the Good Cop/Bad Cop. But the most credit to the success of this movie goes to Will Farrell who played the villain, President Business. He gives such a great effort in this movie which allows you to laugh, smile, and want more Lego awesomeness.

I give the Lego movie a big two thumbs up and is by far the best picture I've seen in a few months. Highly recommend this movie to all Lego lovers who have a passion to build and create something awesome, just like the movie makers created this amazingly, AWESOME, film.

one year ago