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The Lego Movie

The Lego Movie

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Language English, Hindi
Format DVD
DVD Regions Former Soviet Union, Indian subcontinent, Africa, North Korea, and Mongolia
Actor(s) Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Banks, Will Ferrell, Morgan Freeman, Liam Neeson, Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum, Charlie Day
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The 2014 3D, computer-animated film, The Lego Movie, is directed by Phil Lord and co-written by Christopher Miller.

The film is about the Lego line of toy construction in which an ordinary worker, Emmet Brickowski strives to save the Lego universe from the oppressions of a non-creative Lord Business. Emmet, a mini-figure, seems to be �the Special� who will protect the superweapon - �Kragle�, as prophesied by the wizard Vitruvius. Eight years after Vitruvius� prophesy, Emmet finds the Piece of Resistance and on touching it, he experiences a detailed vision and loses consciousness. When he regains consciousness, he finds the Piece of Resistance attached to his back. He is taken in the custody of Bad Cop, who is Business� lieutenant. It is there that Emmet gets to know about Business� plan to immobilize the world with the Kragle. Wyldstyle rescues him and decides to acquaint him to the wizard. There he is told about Wyldstyle and Vitruvius� role as Master Builders and how they can design anything even without instruction manuals. He is acquainted of their endeavour to resist Business� plans and protect the world from being frozen by the Kragle. The trio tries to disarm the Kragle and at this juncture Business� power is at rise. He throws the Piece of Resistance off the universe�s edge and leaves the headquarters to destroy itself. Emmet sets off to save the universe, which inspires people all over the universe to build machines as well as weapons with their creativity and enable themselves to fight Business and his evil forces, with the help of the Master Builders.

Soon Emmet realizes that the events are actually being played according to the imagination of a real boy, Finn. Finn creates Business based on his stern father. Emmet manages to improve Finn�s situation and also succeeds in saving his friends.

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Language English, Hindi
Publication Date June 18, 2014
Theatrical Release Date January 1, 2014
Format DVD
DVD Regions Former Soviet Union, Indian subcontinent, Africa, North Korea, and Mongolia
Genre Animation
Censor Rating U (Universal)
Actor(s) Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Banks, Will Ferrell, Morgan Freeman, Liam Neeson, Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum, Charlie Day
Director(s) Phil Lord, Christopher Miller
No of Discs 1
Runtime 100 minutes
Studio Sony DADC

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  1.  Brilliant Buildings Blocks to the perfect Kids Entertainment 9 July, 2014 On
    Remember those times when you were a kid and used to make dramatic, action packed movies playing with your action figures and toys? Lego movie does just that, just much better than an 8 year old though. I’ll put this right there, I am not a fan of Lego! I had a wannabe Lego set when I was young (Thank you, China!) and later on I did have my own authentic legos as well but I just couldn’t get what all the hype was about. They started making video games on every other franchise out there and I never touched one and when the news came that these guys were upto making a full length animated Lego movie, I was rolling my eyes. So when it finally released, I thought to give it a shot. Well I couldn’t possibly ignore the rave reviews, could I?

    From directors, Phil Lord, Christopher Miller who previously gave us the uproarious 21 Jump Street comes Lego Movie. I was in as soon as I heard these two names were attached with the Lego project. You also have to count Cloudy with a Chance of meatballs which was some pure entertainment for kids and adults alike. Lego Movie tells the story of Emmett who’s a hapless construction worker, a nobody, who’s taken on the ride of his lifetime when he stumbles on an artifact. Joining his adventure is the ravishing Wyldstyle and the wizard Vitruvius and spanning across a wide range of Lego universerses. From DC Universe and Star Wars to Lord of The Rings and TMNT and then some more.

    Brilliant animation which is actually computer animated but made to look like its stop motion and has been maintained till end. I started searching if there were anything not made out of legos and I was surprised to find none, even the water, fire and smoke was made out of legos (There were ofcourse some ‘relics’ which was obviously real world things). The 3rd act was what surprised me. And I liked the inclusion of….you know what? I’ll let you have that surprise. It might not work for some but I am glad it did for me. And that inclusion made all the difference, it was that stroke of sheer genius that made Lego movie from being good to ‘awesome’.

    Brilliantly voiced characters enlivens the screen and some big names are attached as well. From Morgan Freeman and Liam Neeson, to Will Farrel and Elizabeth Banks. You ofcourse get Chris Pratts amazingly voiced lead Emmett and makes the character adorable and endearing. But the real show stealer? Batman. I laughed hard every other gag the Batman was involved, and all thanks to Will Arnett’s perfect voice over.

    My only qualm about the movie was that it would have been perfect in 2D, the me-too 3D feature kinda trampled the experience to some degree. In the end I am still am not a fan of the toys but I’ve convinced myself to become a fan of the franchise, both the games and movies. With splendidly written characters, fast paced and humorous narrative, and excellent voice overs, The Lego Movie promises truckloads of fun. It could have all been a 100 minute promotion for Lego, a huge ad for Lego considering the movie has squeezed in everything they could and what results is not a convoluted piece of junk but a good movie which offers true entertainment.
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