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The LEGO Movie

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The LEGO Movie is a 2014 American-Australian-Danish 3D computer-animated action adventure comedy film directed and written by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, from a story by Dan and Kevin Hageman, as well as Lord and Miller, and produced by Dan Lin and Roy Lee. Based on the Lego line of construction toys, the film stars the voices of Chris Pratt, Will Ferrell, Elizabeth Banks, Will Arnett, Nick Offerman, Alison Brie, Charlie Day, Liam Neeson, and Morgan Freeman. It was the first film produced by Warner Animation Group in eleven years since Looney Tunes: Back in Action, which was released in 2003, and is an international co-production of the United States, Australia, and Denmark. The film tells the story of an ordinary Lego minifigure as he ends up becoming involved in a resistance against a tyrannical businessman who plans to glue everything in the Lego worlds.

The film was released theatrically on February 7, 2014, through Warner Bros. Pictures and Village Roadshow Pictures to near-unanimous acclaim; critics praised its visual style, humor, voice cast, and heartwarming message. It earned more than $257 million in the U.S. and Canada and $210 million in other territories, for a worldwide total of over $469 million. The film won the BAFTA Award for Best Animated Film, the Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Animated Feature, and the Saturn Award for Best Animated Film. It was also nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film. The film also received an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Song for "Everything Is Awesome".

The film quickly expanded into a franchise which ties to the Lego brand, with two spin-off films, The Lego Batman Movie, and The Lego Ninjago Movie, to be released in 2017, a sequel scheduled for release on February 8, 2019, as well as a third spin-off, The Billion Brick Race.

The film is dedicated in memory of Kathleen Fleming, the former director of entertainment development of the Lego company, who died in an unidentified accident while vacationing in Cancun, Mexico, in April 2013.

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In a world made of Lego bricks and populated by anthropomorphic minifigures, the evil Lord Business breaks into the resting place of a superweapon called the "Kragle". The wizard Vitruvius attempts to stop him but is blinded by Business's robots; he prophesies that a person called "the Special" will find the Piece of Resistance, a brick capable of stopping the Kragle. However, Lord Business merely scoffs at the idea of being stopped.

8½ years later, construction worker Emmet Brickowski finds a woman named Wyldstyle searching for something at his construction site after hours. When he investigates, Emmet falls into a hole and finds the Piece of Resistance. Compelled to touch it, Emmet experiences vivid visions and passes out. He awakens in the custody of Bad Cop, Lord Business's lieutenant, and with the Piece of Resistance attached to his back. Wyldstyle rescues Emmet, believing him to be the Special, and takes him to meet Vitruvius in the Old West.

Emmet learns that she and the wizard are "Master Builders"[6] — people capable of building anything from their imagination without needing building instructions—who oppose Business. Wyldstyle explains Business wants to use the Kragle, a partially weathered tube of Krazy Glue, to freeze the world into perfection; the mingling of the Lego worlds confused him, driving Business insane. Though disappointed to find Emmet is not a Master Builder, Wyldstyle and Vitruvius are convinced of his potential when he recalls visions of a seemingly human deity referred to as "the Man Upstairs".

Emmet, Wyldstyle, and Vitruvius evade Bad Cop's forces with the aid of Batman, Wyldstyle's boyfriend. They go to the hidden "Cloud Cuckoo Land," where they attend a council of Master Builders, who are unimpressed with Emmet and refuse to fight Business. Bad Cop's forces attack, placing a tracking device on Emmet and capturing everyone except Emmet, Vitruvius, Wyldstyle, Batman, Benny (a Spaceman Lego Minifigure), and Princess Unikitty of the now-destroyed Cloud Cuckoo Land. Escaping, they are picked up by the makeshift pirate Metal Beard. Emmet devises a team plan to infiltrate the office and disarm the Kragle, but the group is captured and imprisoned in the Think Tank, where all the captured Master Builders are forced to make instructions. Trying to retaliate, Vitruvius is decapitated by Lord Business, who sets a self-destruct protocol and leaves everyone to die, including Bad Cop. As he dies, Vitruvius reveals he made up the prophecy and that it was never true. He soon reappears as a ghost to Emmet and tells him that his belief makes him the Special. Strapped to the self-destruct's battery, Emmet sacrifices himself to save his friends by jumping into a pit and severing the connection, shutting the computer down. Inspired by Emmet's sacrifice, Wyldstyle rallies the Lego people across the universe to use whatever creativity they have to build machines and weapons to fight against Lord Business's forces.

Emmet finds himself in the human world as a Lego Minifigure, unable to move. The story's events are being played out by a little boy named Finn on his father's expansive Lego set in their basement. His father—"the Man Upstairs"—comes home from work and chastises his son for ruining the set by creating variations of different playsets and proceeds to permanently rebuild and glue his perceived perfect creations together. Realizing the danger his friends are in, Emmet wills himself to move and gains Finn's attention. Finn returns Emmet and the Piece of Resistance to the set, where Emmet now possesses the powers of a Master Builder and confronts Business.

Meanwhile, Finn's father looks at his son's creations and realizes that Finn had based the villainous Business on him and his perfectionism. Through a speech Emmet gives Business, Finn tells his father that he is special and has the power to change everything. Finn reconciles with his father, which plays out as Business having a change of heart, capping the Kragle, and ungluing his victims with mineral spirits. Emmet is hailed as a hero. With Batman's blessing, Emmet begins a relationship with Wyldstyle.

As a result of Finn's father allowing Finn's younger sister to join them in playing with his Lego sets, aliens from the planet Duplo beam down and announce their plans to kill them all.

  • Chris Pratt as Emmet Brickowski, an everyman, construction worker from Bricksburg. He is mistaken for the Special and is trained to be a Master Builder.
  • Will Ferrell as Lord Business, an evil businessman and tyrant of Bricksburg and the Lego Universe who is the company president of the Octan Corporation under the name President Business.
    • Ferrell also plays "The Man Upstairs", a Lego collector and Finn's father in the live-action part of the film.
    • Neeson also voices Pa Cop, Bad Cop/Good Cop's father.

    In addition, Anthony Daniels and Billy Dee Williams reprise their Star Wars roles as C-3PO and Lando Calrissian respectively, with Keith Ferguson voicing Han Solo (whom he previously voiced in Robot Chicken and Mad). Shaquille O'Neal voices a Lego version of himself who is a Master Builder alongside two generic members of the 2002 NBA All-Stars.

    Will Forte, Dave Franco, Jake Johnson, Keegan-Michael Key, Chris McKay, and Jorma Taccone provide voice cameos in the film.

    Co-director Christopher Miller cameos as a TV presenter in the studio that films the Where Are My Pants? TV series.

    Development

    The plans to develop the movie were revealed in 2009. In 2010 it was reported that Phil Lord and Chris Miller were going to write and direct the movie. In November 11, 2011 it was revealed that the release of the film will be in 2014 and it would be developed by the Australian company Animal Logic. In March 2012, Phil Lord and Chris Miller stated a possible working title could be "LEGO: The Piece of Resistance" and that story development, character design, and casting would begin shortly. "In the 3 to 4 months, hopefully," Phil Lord stated.

    In a press release before the San Diego International Comic-Con 2013, LEGO revealed there would be 17 new sets released in 2014 based on The LEGO Movie, based on several themes from Space to Wild West. This press release also states there will be a line of [1] [2]

    Video Game

    Alongside the announcement that sets would be produced based on the movie, it was announced that a video game would also be released based on the movie. [1] [2]


    The LEGO Movie is a 2014 American computer-animated adventure comedy film directed and co-written by Phil Lord and Chris Miller, distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures, and starring the voices of Chris Pratt, Will Ferrell, Elizabeth Banks, Will Arnett, Nick Offerman, Alison Brie, Charlie Day, Liam Neeson, and Morgan Freeman. Based mainly on the Lego line of construction toys, the film tells the story of an ordinary Lego minifigure named Emmet Brickowski save the Lego universe from the tyrannical Lord Business. It was released theatrically on February 7, 2014, to widespread praise.

    The movie was a critical and commercial blockbuster, with many critics highlighting its visual style and humor. It earned more than $251 million in North America and $160 million internationally for a worldwide total of over $424 million. A sequel, The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part, was released on Feb 8th, 2019.

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    In the LEGO universe, the wizard Vitruvius attempts to protect a superweapon called the "Kragle" from the evil Lord Business. He fails to do so but prophesies that a person called "the Special" will find the Piece of Resistance capable of stopping the Kragle.

    Eight and a half years later, a construction worker named Emmet Brickowski comes across a woman named Lucy (her friends call her Wyldstyle), who searches for something after hours at Emmet's construction site.

    Emmet falls into a hole and finds the Piece of Resistance. Compelled to touch it, Emmet experiences vivid visions and passes out. He awakens with the Piece of Resistance attached to his back in the custody of Bad Cop, Business' lieutenant. There, Emmet learns of Business' plans to freeze the world with the Kragle, a tube of Krazy Glue with the label partially rubbed out. Lucy rescues Emmet, believing him to be the Special, and takes him to meet Vitruvius.

    –Lucy saving Emmet

    Emmet learns that she and the wizard are Master Builders—people capable of building anything they need without instruction manuals—who oppose Business' attempts to suppress their creativity. Though disappointed to find Emmet is not a Master Builder, Wyldstyle and Vitruvius are convinced of his potential when he recalls visions of a humanoid deity called "the Man Upstairs".

    Emmet, Wyldstyle, and Vitruvius evade Bad Cop's forces with the aid of Batman. They then go to Cloud Cukoo Land, where they meet Unikitty and attend a council of Master Builders, who are unimpressed with Emmet and refuse to fight Business. Bad Cop's forces attack and capture everyone except for Emmet and a few others. Emmet devises a team plan to infiltrate Business' headquarters and disarm the Kragle. However, he and his allies are captured and imprisoned, and Vitruvius is killed by Lord Business, who sets his headquarters to self-destruct and leaves everyone to die. Vitruvius reveals he made up the prophecy as he dies, but soon reappears to Emmet as a ghost and tells him it is his self-belief that makes him the Special. Strapped to the self-destruct mechanism's battery, Emmet flings himself off the edge of the universe and saves his friends. Inspired by Emmet's sacrifice, Wyldstyle rallies the people across the universe to use whatever creativity they have to build machines and weapons to fight Business' forces.

    Emmet finds himself in the real world, where the events of the story are being played out in a basement by a boy, Finn, on his father's Lego set.

    –Finn when he sees Emmet

    The father, revealed as "the Man Upstairs" chastises his son for ruining the set by creating hodgepodges of different playsets, and proceeds to permanently glue his perceived perfect creations together. Realizing the danger his friends are in, Emmet wills himself to move and gains Finn's attention. Finn returns Emmet and the Piece of Resistance to the set, where Emmet now possesses the powers of a Master Builder and confronts Lord Business. Meanwhile, Finn's father looks at his son's creations and realizes that Finn had based the villainous Business on him. Through a speech Emmet gives Business, Finn tells his father that he is special and has the power to change everything. Finn's father reconciles with his son, which plays out as Business having a change of heart, capping the Kragle with the Piece of Resistance, and ungluing his victims with mineral spirits. As a result of the father allowing Finn's younger sister to join them in playing with his Lego sets, aliens from the planet Duplo beam down and announce their plans to destroy everyone, leading into the events of The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part.

      as Emmet Brickowski (main protagonist) as Wyldstyle (deuteragonist). as President Business (one of the two main antagonists) and "The Man Upstairs" (one of the two main antagonists) as Vitruvius (one of the two tritagonists) as Batman (one of the two tritagonists) as Benny as Unikitty (major protagonist) as MetalBeard as Bad Cop/Good Cop (secondary antagonist) and Pa Cop as Superman as Wonder Woman as Green Lantern as Finn (overarching protagonist) as C-3PO as Lando Calrissian as Han Solo as Abraham Lincoln as Gandalf as Larry the Barista
    • Melissa Sturm as Ma Cop, Gail , Sheriff Not-A-Robot: Jorma Taccone as Himself as Surfer Dave, Micro Managers as DUPLO Invaders as TV Presenter

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      as Plumber Joe as Frank the Foreman
    • Craig Berry as Blake : Amanda Farinos
    • Jake Johnson as Barry
    • Dave Franco as Wally as Velma Staplebot as Robo Foreman

    Awards

    • Academy Awards: Best Original song (Nominated)
    • Golden Globes Awards: Best Animated Film (Nominated)
    • BAFTA Award: Best Animated Film (Winner)
    • Critic Choice awards: Best Animated Film (Winner) and Best Original song (Nominated)
    • Denver Film Critics Association: Best Animated Film (Winner) and Best Original song (Winner)
    • 3D Society Awards: Best Animated Film in 3D (Winner)
    • Iowa film critics Association: Best Original Song (Winner)
    • Austin Film Critics Association: Best Animated Film (Winner)
    • Houston Film Critics Society Awards: Best Animated Film (Winner) and Best Original song (Winner)
    • Hollywood Music in Media Awards: Best Original Song (Winner) and Best Original score (Nominated)

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    • Unlike other LEGO films which only aired on Cartoon Network, this movie also aired on other channels, such as Disney Channel, Disney XD, TBS, Freeform, and Nickelodeon, making this the first LEGO film to air on different TV channels other than Cartoon Network.
      • Turner channels and Freeform rate this film TV-PG-V as Nick and both Disneys (Channel and XD) rate it TV-PG respectively.
      • Two robots that place their butts on his face get their asses blown up
      • Metal Beard abandons the lost cause as seen in Cloud Cuckoo Land when he leaves Emmet
      • The crowd that cheers when Lord Business says "who wants a tako" wears dresses.
      • Although not actually shown in the film, the "never release a Kraken" theme is referenced in Pirates of the Caribbean: Davy Jone's Locker.

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      • Lord Business (Will Ferrell) is President of Octan, a fictional gas station brand, that first appeared in 1992, and has since been featured in numerous Lego sets.
      • Vitruvius constantly gets confused about names of wizards, referring to "Gandalf" as "Dubbledore", and always failing to pronounce "Dumbledore" correctly.
      • The Kragle (Krazy-Glue) had to be shrunk down from its standard size, so it would fit the minifigure's hands more easily. Similarly, its cap was shrunk down to attach to Emmet's back.
      • In scenes depicting Bricksburg, there are Octan posters located throughout with slogans indicating Lord Business' heavy emphasis on order and following instructions. However, there are also a few rules that seem specific to come from a father figure, such as "Don't stay up all nite", and "Don't play in the street", foreshadowing his identity as The Man Upstairs. Towards the ending, you can also see warning messages "Hands off", "Do not touch" etc.
      • The mysterious device that Lord Business uses to blind Vitruvius, and uses to try and melt the Piece of Resistance off of Emmet's back, is a laser pointer keychain.
      • When the camera pans over the crowd of Bricksburg citizens and Master Builders celebrating, LEGO versions of Directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller can be briefly seen.
      • When Batman says to Wyldstyle that she can be with Emmet at the ending, he says, "He is the hero you deserve", much like Commissioner Gordon said of Batman at the end of The Dark Knight (2008). Gordon said, "Because he is the hero Gotham deserves."
      • All of the superheroes in this movie are from the DC comic universe. This is probably because the distributor of the film is Warner Brothers, which is owned by Time Warner, which also owns DC Comics.
      • First time that Chris Pratt distracts his enemy by dancing and beat-boxing. He did it again as Star-lord (Peter Quill) during Guardians of the Galaxy (2014), in the ending fight with Ronan, played by Lee Pace.
      • When Lord Business betrays Bad Cop, he tells him "it's nothing personal, it's just business". This is a direct quote said to Liam Neeson's (Bad Cop's) character in Taken (2008).
      • Batman throws a total of fifteen batarangs at the red button before he finally exclaims, "First try!"
      • When passing through the "Magic Portal", several animated backgrounds pass behind Emmet, when he is falling from the tower, and returning to the LEGO World. The final effect of glowing white LEGO bricks one row wide flowing from a swirling blue vortex is only seen briefly, but is the same effect used in the game LEGO Dimensions when travelling between worlds. LEGO Dimensions prominently features Wyldstyle, Lord Business, and other LEGO Movie characters in its story, and features a stage based on this movie. The Lego Batman Movie (2017) briefly showed the endless void, into which Emmet falls, and also had a set made for LEGO Dimensions. Despite all of this, no indication has been made as to how the stories relate, if they do at all.

      References to other media

      • The Terminator - "Come with me if you want to not die"
      • Lord of the Rings - Gandalf is part of the resistance fighters
      • Harry Potter - Dumbledore makes an appearance
      • Wonder Woman - Wonder Woman makes an appearance
      • Batman - Batman makes an appearance
      • Taken - "It's nothing personal. it's merely business!"
      • Star Wars Episode 5: The Empire Strikes Back - Spoofed by having the Millennium Falcon being eaten by the space slug
      • Guardians of the Galaxy - Chris Pratt's character dances and sings to distract his adversary
      • Indiana Jones - In the scene where Lucy tells Emmet the story while they're in the Old West, a Master Builder is seen picking up his hat before a door closes
      • The Fox and the Hound - "There we are why are you gets on my train should be works to do"
      • Air Force One - "Get off my train"
      • Batman Begins - A train is derailed by destroying the tracks
      • Superman - Superman appears
      • Green Lantern

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      Sequel

      A sequel came out in 2019 called The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part.

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      27 февраля 2014

      The LEGO Movie (ЛЕГО: Фильм), оригинальное название - LEGO: The Piece of Resistance (ЛЕГО: Блок сопротивления) - фильм, впервые показанный 7 февраля 2014 в США, 14 февраля в Европе и Азии и 27 февраля в России. Изначально он был задуман как компьютерно обработанное видео, снятое кадр за кадром.

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      Старый волшебник по имени Витрувиус пытается защитить опасную и мощную реликвию, под названием Адскл от злого Лорда Бизнеса. После короткого сражения Витрувиус проигрывает и ослеплен. Он предупреждает Бизнеса о пророчестве, в котором говорится о Избранном, что победит зло.

      «В час назначенный, Избранный должен явится, будет жёлт он лицом, точно птица-синица, глубоко под землёй, где свет солнца поблёк, он отыщет Сопротивления Блок. Своей мудрости и силу в орла воплотит, у себя под крылом войско верных сплотит, назовут его Мастер Великий, и он силы зла победит, королевство спасёт. То не сказка, не вымысел, не дворец в облаках. Только чистую правду глаголю в стихах.»
      — Витрувиус читает Пророчество

      Лорд Бизнес не верит и сбрасывает Витрувиуса в пропасть.

      Наше время

      «Доброе утро, город!»
      — Эммет Восемь с половиной лет спустя Эммет, обычный строитель, после работы встречает девушку по имени Дикарка, которая ищет что-то на строительной площадке. Последовав за ней, Эммет падает в яму и находит Блок Сопротивления. После прикосновения к нему Эммет испытывает различные видения и засыпает. Его пробуждает Злой коп и допрашивает, откуда у Эммета Блок Сопротивления, приклеившийся к его спине. Эммет узнает о том, что лорд Бизнес хочет склеить весь мир при помощи Адскла под прикрытием праздника Тако-вторник. Дикарка спасает Эммета от лазера и они убегают на мотоцикле, построенном Дикаркой. Начинается погоня; Дикарка узнаёт, что Эммет даже не Великий Мастер. Пара сбегает из Кирпичграда и попадают в Старый Запад, где Дикарка отводит его к Витрувиусу, объясняя, что они оба - Великие мастера, обладающие способностью строить без инструкций. Лорд Бизнес, пришедший к власти, приказал построить стены между мирами, а Мастеров заточил в Мыслительный отсек своей башни .

      В этой башне лорд Бизнес приводит Доброго копа, альтер эго Злого копа, в свою комнату реликвий из другого мира - нашего мира. Бизнес объясняет Копу, что всё в мире должно быть на своих местах и заставляет копа приклеить собственных родителей. Хороший коп не может этого сделать, и Бизнес безжалостно стирает это лицо. Оставшийся Злой коп отправляется на поиски Избранного.

      Витрувиус отправил письма в Заоблачную страну на встречу Великих Мастеров. Злой коп выслеживает Эммета, Дикарку и Витрувиуса. Дикарка собирает планер для Эммета, чтобы ускользнуть. После небольшой погони Злой коп на своей машине расстреливает мост, по которому едут герои. К счастью, всю четвёрку подхватил парень Дикарки - Бэтмен. Тот везет их на встречу в Заоблачную даль, где их встречает Кисонька; все они входят в Собаку, здание в форме собачьей головы.

      «Привет! Я Эммет. А это Блок Сопротивления!»
      — Эммет пытается сказать речь

      Эммет не может сказать хорошую речь, но вмешивается Железная борода и рассказывает об атаке на башню Бизнеса, после которой он потерял почти всё тело. Внезапно Заоблачная даль подвергается атаке Суперсекретной полиции на их дропшипах . Злой коп захватил почти всех мастеров. К Эммету, Витрувиусу, Дикарке, Кисоньке и Бэтмену присоединяется Бенни, и вся команда построила подлодку.

      «Привет, я Бен, но вы можете звать меня Бенни, и я могу построить звездолёт!»
      — Бенни команде Мастеров

      Вскоре стены подлодки не выдерживают и образовывается дыра. Все спасаются на одной из дурацких идей Эммета — двухярусном диване. Их подхватывает Железная борода на своём корабле. Там Эммет создаёт инструкцию для транспортника робокопов и план уничтожения Адскла. Команда пробирается в башню Бизнеса. К несчастью, команду ловят и отправляют в Мыслительный отсек. Витрувиус сопротивляется, но Бизнес швыряет в его шею четвертак, обезглавливая Витрувиуса.

      Лорд Бизнес отрубает Блок сопротивления со спины Эммета, сбрасывает его с края Вселенной, предаёт Злого копа и оставляет мастеров умирать. Перед Эмметом появляется призрак Витрувиуса и объясняет, что пророчество - выдумка, но любой сможет стать избранным, если поверит в себя. Привязанный к батарее механизма самоуничтожения Эммет падает с края Вселенной, чтобы спасти своих друзей, оборвав провода. Злой коп переходит на сторону Великих мастеров, рисуя заново стёртое лицо. Дикарка рассказывает жителям Кирпичграда о Эммете и плане Бизнеса, призывая всех строить без инструкций. Бенни наконец-то создаёт звездолёт .

      Эммет обнаруживает себя в реальном мире, где все прошедшие события создаются в воображении мальчика Финна. Его отец, знакомый Эммету и мастерам как « гигантского робота , чтобы помочь своим друзьям и противостоять армии Бизнеса. Лорд выпускает микроменеджеров на битву с Великими мастерами. В реальном мире отец Финна смотрит на работы своего сына и меняет свою позицию. Финн рассказывает папе о придуманных Великих мастерах и тирании лорда Бизнеса. Понимая, что лорд Бизнес - это он сам, папа разрешает сыну играть с его конструкциями. Эммет пробирается в летающий крейсер Бизнеса и убеждает его, что тот тоже является Избранным, так как всё, что есть в мире, построил именно Президент, и граждане обожают его постройки. Эммет вручает Бизнесу Блок Сопротивления, который на самом деле является колпачком от Адскла. Президент закрывает клей, который взрывается.

      Эммет вновь воссоединяется с друзьями, а Президент Бизнес разливает растворитель из гигантской лейки. Все герои снова вместе, а Дикарка, чьё настоящее имя Люси, расстаётся с Бэтменом и становится девушкой Эммета. Папа сообщает Финну, что в LEGO захотела поиграть и его младшая сестра. Неожиданно с неба спускается огромный блестящий шар, из которого выходят пришельцы DUPLO.

      Роли озвучивали

        - Эммет - Лорд Бизнес/Президент Бизнес, Дикарка - Бэтмен
      • Железная борода
      • Кисонька
      • Бенни - Злой коп/Хороший коп, Папа-коп
      • Витрувиус - Супермен - Зелёный фонарь - Чудо-женщина - C-3PO - Хан Соло - Гэндальф - Усач Фрэнк
      • Келли Лафферти - помощник Лорда Бизнеса.
      • Крис МакКей - Шакил О'Нил - он сам
      • Крис Палюсцек - Шериф Не-робот
      • Крис Романо - Джо
      • Джейдон Сэнд - Финн
      • Мелисса Штурм - Мама-коп
      • Джорма Таккон - Лэндо Калриссиан

      Роли дублировали

        — Эммет — Президент Бизнес — Дикарка/Люси — Бэтмен — Злой коп/Хороший коп — Витрувиус — Железная борода — Кисонька — Бенни — Гэндальф — Хан Соло — Зелёный Фонарь — Шакил О’Нил — Болотное чудище — Тот, кто наверху — Чудо-женщина, Галя, Мама копа — Компьютер

      Персонажи

      Создание

      Планы снять фильм появились в августе 2009. В июне 2010 Фил Лорд и Крис Миллер начали писать сценарий и стали режиссёрами. 11 ноября 2011 было объявлено, что фильм будет выпущен в 2014 и спродюссирован австралийской компанией Animal Logic.

      В марте 2012 Лорд и Миллер заявили, что возможным названием станет "LEGO: The Piece of Resistance", и что вскоре начнётся кастинг актёров, разработка персонажей и сюжет фильма. "Надеюсь, что через 3-4 месяца", сказал Фил Лорд.

      Наборы

      В СМИ компания LEGO заявили, что будет выпущена линейка из 17 наборов, основанных на фильме, которые будут изображать всё: от космоса до Дикого Запада. Также было объявлено о выпуске серии коллекционных минифигурок, изображающих персонажей фильма.


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      Emmet (Chris Pratt), an ordinary LEGO figurine who always follows the rules, is mistakenly identified as the Special -- an extraordinary being and the key to saving the world. He finds himself drafted into a fellowship of strangers who are on a mission to stop an evil tyrant's (Will Ferrell) plans to conquer the world. Unfortunately for Emmet, he is hopelessly -- and hilariously -- unprepared for such a task, but he'll give it his all nonetheless.

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      Under the keen eye of Phil Lord and Chris Miller, The Lego Movie exceeds all expectations by being a vibrant, colourful, and extremely heartwarming film about the importance of creativity - while also being laugh out loud hilarious in nearly every scene thanks to it's rapid fire pacing and groundbreaking animation.

      Perfectly formed film with a subversive, political edge (really) and a powerful, moving message. One of the best animated films of the decade.


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      The battle for NINJAGO City calls to action young Master Builder Lloyd, aka the Green Ninja, along with his friends, also secret ninja warriors. Led by Master Wu, as wise-cracking as he is wise, they must defeat the evil warlord Garmadon, who also happens to be Lloyd's dad. Pitting father against son, the epic showdown tests these fierce but undisciplined modern-day ninjas as they learn to check their egos and pull together to unleash the inner power of Spinjitzu.

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      While it lacks the ambition of the previous Lego-adaptations and certainly dumps more wishful gags than one would hope, The Lego Ninjago Movie still makes for solid fun with its colorful cast and fluid charm. 3.45/5

      The Lego Ninjago Movie features the exact same brand of humor that has characterized the Lego series, however, this time out of the gate, you can feel the filmmakers straining at every turn of the gate to replicate that special humor in its predecessors. What it amounts to is a frantic, mildly funny, mildly irritating mix of hectic action and the most generic plot of inner peace ever to formulate on the big screen. What was fresh, now begins to feel formulaic despite the series insistence that it is anything but. What also throws the film off, much like it did to lesser degrees in the first two Lego films, is a shoehorned emotional finale that rings false with every bit of gooey dialogue. The filmmakers want to achieve an emotional payoff, but it deeply contradicts the tone of the rest of the film and just comes off phony. The film isn't bad though, it features the cutest monster to grace the screen in a while and it is played to some comedic effect. The animation is poppy and there are some good jokes laid on by Master Wu, but overall Ninjago proves the series needs a tinkering with. Rating: 52

      Back in 2014 we got an animated movie based on the world famous building bricks for children, Lego. Now I'm willing to admit that when I first heard about this movie I scoffed at it and brushed it aside as a mere gimmick. I'm sure many folk did the same upon hearing the news of a Lego movie. But low and behold that movie turned out to be something special and did very well. Before we all knew what had hit us Lego movies were suddenly a thing, something big, something to anticipate. Then in 2017 along came Lego Batman and once again, despite the first movies success I doubted it. I thought it was just gonna be a cheap spin-off, a tacky cash-in. Again I was wrong as Lego Batman kicked ass, although not as much ass as the original movie. And now we have the third Lego movie, the second of 2017! Should I have the same concern? Are they now pumping out too many Lego movies? What exactly is Ninjago anyway? So what the flip is Lego Ninjago? Well basically its an old Lego ninja line from the late 90's which was somewhat based around feudal Japan. This line was simply spruced up with lots of new modern elements to appeal to modern kids. These elements included things like modern/futuristic technology, vehicles, actual characters etc. whilst retaining a mystical supernatural element at the same time. This was all wrapped around a kind of [i]Power Rangers[/i]/[i]Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles[/i] type of vibe. A group of young crime fighters fighting evil with fantasy elements. So what's the plot all about? Well its [i]Power Rangers[/i] and. that's pretty much it. All these Lego folk live on an island apparently called Ninjago (Ninjago?). The evil Lord Garmadon constantly attacks the island because he wants to rule over it. Garmadon being a sort of supernatural samurai warrior type bloke. But Ninjago island has a counter to these attacks, an anonymous team of ninjas warriors that always mange to defeat Garmadon. This small team of ninjas is led by Lloyd Garmadon, son of Lord Garmadon. Everyone on Ninjago knows Lloyd is Garmadon's son and they hate him for it, but they don't know he's the leader of this special ninja defense force. So one day Garmadon successfully takes control of Ninjago which forces Lloyd to use the secret ultimate weapon that is guarded by their Master Wu (Jackie Chan). The ultimate weapon that Master Wu said specifically not to use. So Lloyd uses it and brings forth a giant live action cat. Yes that's right, the evil force in this movie is actually a part CGI, part live action cat which then proceeds to destroy Ninjago island. Now they must all work together to stop this destruction. Can you sense the family angst and woe! So firstly the cat, yep I hated that, truly. The finale in the original movie which exposes the Lego world to merely be a kids imagination was brave and I appreciated that, but I still didn't like it all that much. But this really turned me off, having an actual live action cat be the deadly force that is destroying the city. Twas like watching something outta [i]South Park[/i] or [i]Monty Python[/i]. It doesn't look tacky or anything, it just seemed like a lazy and shit idea. To top that the main (supposed) villain of Lord Garmadon is utterly pointless really. There's no point in this character at all except for some gags. There doesn't really seem to be any reason for him wanting to take over Ninjago, other than he just can. And his dastardly evil lair is a volcano island which sits virtually right next to Ninjago. Its almost like they're not even trying anymore. I think the main issue with this movie is originality and lack of it. The young team of ninjas are obviously something of a send-up on things like the [i]Power Rangers[/i]; but they're still just as corny and clearly trying to actually be them to appeal to that specific audience base. You still get all this naff stuff like their names 'ninja of ice', and having their own individual giant mechs, everything being colour-coded, and of course all the hokey martial arts tomfoolery that's just been done to death oh my God. There are just cliches upon cliches in here and I know its deliberate but that's not really an excuse because even that angle has been done to death. How many parodies of the same shit can you possibly do?? Of course the visuals are a treat with these Lego movies (or any animated movies these days). Part of the fun for someone of my age is seeing all the retro Lego pieces popping up. But ultimately the visuals are terrific, full of life and tiny details (I like how almost every part has the Lego stamp on it, or a part/piece code). I also have to give kudos to the imagination on display despite it all being unoriginal overall. They have both captured and ripped-off many genres very well, or however you wanna look at it. The only issue being (as with the other Lego movies), its very hard to watch action sequences because its so in your face and hectic. It just becomes a blur of colourful CGI flying about the place, kinda like the [i]Transformers[/i] movies. I mainly refer to the large mechs here. Yes there is a lot of humour in here, some of it childish naturally, some of it for folks of my age. appreciated. I admit to liking the little swipes at popular pop culture, the little parodies of other movies, the odd bit of crude toilet humour, and simply mocking genres. I liked how Garmadon explains his origins, being bitten by a snake that had in turn been bitten by a spider, hence his four arms. The team attempting to hide in the bamboo forest was a nice little giggle. And I also liked Garmadon's henchmen/women were all simply regular people but in different silly outfits eg. shark, octopus etc. Not sure why they were all ocean lifeform based but whatever. But there does come a point where you feel, like everything else, you've seen and heard it all before. There is only so much you can do before it just becomes mundane. The Lego Batman flick had a shit-tonne of movie parodies and send-ups which was cool, but you can't keep just doing that. And this is the real problem with many movies these days. The Lego movie [b]was[/b] an original concept that worked brilliantly at first, but they're milking the feck out of it and bottom line, its showing. These movies are now fast becoming a highlight reel of mini parody sketches, and nothing much else. That would be fine for freebies on You-Tube or whatever, but you can't keep doing movies like this. Bottom line all the cliches in the book were mocked, mocked good. again; but that in itself is still cliche. There's nothing new in this, time to move on.

      Certainly not the worst film of the year, but very disappointing when stacked up against The LEGO Movie and LEGO Batman. I think this one might actually just be for kids.

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