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The Lego Movie: Assembling in 2014

Hello everybody! Today we have the recently released The Lego Movie


DIRECTOR: Phil Lord, Chris Miller

STARRING:  Chris Pratt, Will Ferrell, Elizabeth Banks, Will Arnett, Nick Offerman, Alison Brie, Charlie Day, Liam Neeson, Morgan Freeman

GENRE: Computer-Animated Adventure Comedy

YEAR: 2014

COUNTRY: United States, Australia

An ordinary LEGO minifigure, mistakenly thought to be the extraordinary MasterBuilder, is recruited to join a quest to stop an evil LEGO tyrant from gluing the universe together. We follow Emmit (Pratt) as he fulfills a legendary prophecy told by Vitruvius (Freeman) which tells of an unknown hero who will foil the plans of Lord Business (Ferrell) with the “Brick of Resistance”.

The Lego Movie is a film that, once I watched the trailer I knew I wanted to see it. Legos consumed my childhood, I was always building different things than what was written in the instructions. Who follows the instructions on these things? Anyway, i found the animation of this film remarkable. The animators found a perfect blend of cgi and the use of Legos. When they show water or liquid, they show it in the form of Legos. Is there an explosion or fire? They show it in Legos. Also, the voice acting is amazing. The ensemble cast really pulled out all of the stops for The Lego Movie.

I have to say that The Lego Movie is definitely not a film for my demographic (18 – 25). While I did enjoy it, it took me a long time before I was actually interested and entertained by the film. I was bored of the plot for the first 30-ish minutes, but I was able to stare at the beautiful animation. I didn’t like Will Ferrell as the villain, I didn’t recognize his voice until the end of the film (once he appeared on screen for the live-action part of the film). His evil plot of world domination was pretty lame too, but I am not going to ruin that for you.


  • Majority of voice cast, amazing performances.
  • Beautiful animation.
  • Cameos galore.
  • Ensemble cast.


  • Limited Demographics.
  • Will Ferrell as villain?
  • Boring plot.

SCORE: 9.0 / 10

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