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Crying cat thumbs up for 'The Lego Movie'

I wish I'd written this before the film's release but, as someone who can't quite remember when Lego's last big-screen outing was, this is the only comment I can make.

I'm going to guess that, to many people, The Lego Movie feels like the first Lego movie: it's funny, clever and a bit of a change of pace. It's a family-friendly film, with a cast including voices from The Simpsons and, for anyone who doesn't know, Lord of the Rings. It doesn't push any social or political messages (unlike its predecessor) or make a particularly strong argument for gender equality. It's just something fun.

The reason that I like it so much, I think, is that it's exactly what I expected it to be.

The premise is so simple, it might sound like a parody: it's just an ordinary guy called Emmet (voiced by Will Arnett), who gets captured by the "evil" Lord Business (Morgan Freeman). He's held in a prison, with other "minifigs", who have been captured and re-modeled into other, less-funny roles. Emmet escapes and, together with his girlfriend, Wyldstyle (Elizabeth Banks), they free the other minifigs, save the day and set the world back to right.

That's the story and, like a lot of things Lego, the basic plot works just fine: the movie is about as good as you could expect from something so simple. The problem is that the movie is just that: a movie. You don't need Lego to understand it, though there are fun bits if you know your way around it.

The best moments are when Emmet is interacting with other people or things, or when the minifigs are given the opportunity to show off some of the personality they've been programmed with.

The characters are surprisingly expressive and interesting. Emmet has his share of annoying traits, like the fact that he spends the film complaining about every little thing. His character design, though, is superb: he's a cross between Indiana Jones, a superhero and an action figure, and the rest of the characters fit perfectly.

Emilie de Ravin, too, is fantastic as the villainous Princess Unikitty. She gives some of the best laughs in the movie. And the music by Michael Giacchino, who also wrote the original film's soundtrack, is a joy throughout, as the movie tries to capture the spirit of a lot of the music from the original, from the theme tune to the opening number.

So, you could say that this is just another Lego movie, but if that means you'll enjoy the film, then I'm not sure there's much more I can say.

Crying cat thumbs up for 'The Lego Movie'

This was the one I was most worried about: would there be enough of the "classic" Lego world to keep fans happy, or would it be so different to the original that there would be little to no appeal for the fans?

Well, I can honestly say that it works - and not only in terms of the basic premise. The film was made in the same universe, with many of the same characters. The world was also the same, and the design of the minifigs was very similar, right down to the characters' hairstyles.

This time, though, the characters are given a lot more personality and range. I really like the fact that, although they're still pretty much the same basic shapes, they look more detailed than they have in any of the previous films.

The Lego Movie, by far, is the best movie about Lego I've ever seen. I'm sure a lot of people will have different opinions about this, but I've no doubt that, even if they don't like the Lego movies, they'll still love the first one.

The Lego Movie, by far, is the best movie about Lego I've ever seen. I'm sure a lot of people will have different opinions about this, but I've no doubt that, even if they don't like the Lego movies, they'll still love the first one.

The Lego Movie, by far, is the best movie about Lego I've ever seen. I'm sure a lot of people will have different opinions about this, but I've no doubt that, even if they don't like the Lego movies, they'll still love the first one.

The Lego Movie, by far, is the best movie about Lego I've ever seen. I'm sure a lot of people will have different opinions about this, but I've no doubt that, even if they don't like the Lego movies, they'll still love the first one.

I have not been to the cinema in a long time and my family don't like going to films. We have a good thing at home though.

I was really intrigued to see this film. I can't say I'm a big Lego fan but I love Lego sets.

I am not a big fan of this movie. I think it's funny at times and very clever, but I didn't find the premise or the characters in this film to be anything more than just that. I think it's not a very good representation of how Lego should be presented, and I think the characters are not very well thought out. They all have so many different personalities in this film, but the one that I really liked wasn't in the film at all.

One thing that I think is worth mentioning though, is that this movie is extremely diverse, and a lot of people are going to enjoy it. Even though this movie didn't really do anything for me, I think it was a really good film and I'm glad to have seen it.

I have not been to the cinema in a long time and my family don't like going to films. We have a good thing at home though.

I was really intrigued to see this film. I can't say I'm a big Lego fan but I love Lego sets.

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