Written February 08, 2014
The all brick animation is awesome and inspiring. Could do without the live actors at the end. But my boys (ages 10, 8) and girl (age 6) loved it! EVERYTHING IS AWESOME!
Written February 10, 2014
The Lego movie promises to build on every preconceived notion of what an animated movie featuring the world famous blocks might bring. The movie also provides some extremely wry insights and unexpected plot twists for moviegoers of all ages. The voice over work of Will Farrell and cast lend surprising depth to the plastic figure stars and the ever present voice of Morgan Freeman has become the staple of movie narration.
Take your kids, take yourself and be prepared to laugh
Written September 12, 2014
It was very cute. The jokes were pretty good and I liked the characters.
The animation was very good, although the fast movement gave me a headache, so I can only imagine what it would have been like if I had gone to the 3-D version. It was worth seeing in the theatre.
My son really enjoyed it as well. Plan on having the theme song stuck in your head for the rest of your life as well. We were both singing it all night.
Written March 30, 2015
It's not the GREATEST kid's movie I've ever seen, but it's definitely clever enough (and somewhat original in approach) to keep adults interested. The kids will certainly LOVE IT.
Written May 22, 2015
Review of The LEGO Movie
By L.N. (age 7)
The LEGO Movie *****
I went to the Lego movie once before and it was very good! It is a very good movie for kids. Kids will love it. I went with my family. By the way, have you seen the Lego movie before? Yes or no?
Why You Can Go See it?
You should go see it because after you know what it’s like, you can tell your friends if they have never seen it. So your friends can tell the other people.
What You Should Buy There
Before the movie you should buy candy, popcorn and a drink like apple juice or a Shirley Temple ? yum, yum, yummy!
Where It Is
The movie theatre is in New York City but I can’t remember what street it is on. So… I am sorry that I forgot what street it is on.
Who I Went With
I went with my family. I have an older sister and a younger sister. And of course my mom and dad.