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February 7, 2014
PG , 1 hr 35 min
3,859 Fan Ratings
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Synopsis: An ordinary LEGO figurine (Chris Pratt) mistakenly becomes part of a quest to stop a tyrant's plan.
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By Susan Wloszczyna
Everything in The Lego Movie is, indeed, awesome.
San Francisco Chronicle
By Peter Hartlaub
The movie is a wonderful surprise, cleverly written and executed brick by brick with a visual panache.
By Drew Taylor
The Lego Movie is an absolute blast—a whip-smart, surprisingly emotional family film where the toy property is seen less as a concrete...
The Hollywood Reporter
By Michael Rechtshaffen
It’s a non-stop blast from beginning to end, jam-packed with a wacky irreverence, dazzling state-of-the-art CGI (courtesy of Animal Logic)...
By Michael Phillips
Finally! A comedy that works.
By Bill Goodykoontz
The Lego Movie is a delight, a funny, fast-moving film that should satisfy adults and children alike.
By Amy Nicholson
Lord and Miller do great work within constraints, taking pre-made pieces and fashioning them into feats worthy of applause. It's no wonder...
By Bill Zwecker
The visuals are spectacular, the 3D technology is artfully used and the storyline is jam-packed with so many funny lines, it’s hard to...
By Peter Debruge
Phil Lord and Christopher Miller irreverently deconstruct the state of the modern blockbuster and deliver a smarter, more satisfying...
By Claudia Puig
The all-Lego adventure is warm and witty, showing flashes of satire.
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Couldn't have been done better!
I took my seven-year-old Lego-obsessed son to see this movie on the night it opened. I was expecting another kid movie where my son loved it but I sat through it just waiting for the credits. My...
action and fun for kids and bigger kids
This is one of those amazing films that reaches a huge age spectrum. You hear little kids laughing delightedly and old boomers chuckling. A must see on the big screen and the last ten minutes are...
Loved this movie as did my son, wife thought it was boring. There was never a cheap 3D trick...they were all constantly part of the back ground making the movie amazing!! I would go again!!...
Great time! Must see. Wasn't sure but was happily surprised! Especially in 3D- Voice talent is A level and Will Ferrel is great in both roles...
I took my four-year-old to see this movie in 3D but, not really having high expectations, I was amazed how good this movie actually turned out to be. And, my son really enjoyed it too!! I'm...
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Rated PG | For Rude Humor and Mild Action
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says OK for kids 6+
Hilarious toy tale plugs product but is nonstop fun.
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