Review: The Lego Movie


The Lego Movie
Director: Phil Lord, Chris Miller
Cast: Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Banks, Morgan Freeman

There are few movies that really connect with the audience and take them on a ride of a lifetime. The Lego movie defines it exactly. Anyone who has grown up and played with Legos will find a very deep connection to the film, or even if you have not still it will take you to your childhood.

Lego movie is clever and hilarious, it will make you laugh continuously and whatever they say that the movie is for kids, it has a very subtle adult humor. The script is intelligent and is cute. It is way simpler than a Pixar movie and provides a sum-up near the end that ties together a few, hinted-at clues into a meaningful knot.

Much like Lord and Miller’s Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, the film is bright and colorful, with amazing graphics and great voice acting to add to it all. From the wittiness of Will Arnett’s Batman to the lovable personalities of Liam Neeson’s Bad Cop/Good Cop, I guarantee you will have a hard time not laughing. While Channing Tatum’s Superman, Cobie Smulders’ Wonder Woman, and more don’t have large roles in the film, they still bring funny, enjoyable moments for all to enjoy.

Overall Lego movie is a lot of fun and a must watch. It will take you back to your childhood and will bring you back after a ride of your lifetime

Final Rating

5 out of 5


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