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  Rated PG · 100 min. · 2014

A lowly Lego figure discovers he’s the Chosen One who can defeat order-obsessed Lord Business (Will Ferrell) in this satirical family-adventure animation from directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller (21 Jump Street).


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Official Site: thelegomovie.warnerbros.com
Director: Phil Lord, Chris Miller and Chris McCay
Writer: Phil Lord, Chris Miller, Dan Hageman and Kevin Hageman
Cast: Chris Pratt, Will Ferrell, Elizabeth Banks, Will Arnett, Nick Offerman, Allison Brie, Liam Neeson and Morgan Freeman

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Charleston City Paper The Lego Movie connects family-friendly fun with adult humor The Lego Movie, is sharp, smart, and clicks along snappily — at least for the first 80 minutes of the 100-minute running time. by Tom Meek 02/05/2014
The North Coast Journal Weekly Growing Boys Labor misses, Awkward aims low by John J. Bennett 02/06/2014
The Coast Halifax The Lego Movie Go. More than once. by Tara Thorne 02/06/2014
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LA Weekly The Lego Movie Really Snaps Together Consider the Lego, the toy of contradiction. With one — well, with hundreds of them — you can build anything: houses, airplanes, house-airplanes. You can even build something that will change the world, as Larry Page and Sergey Brin did in 1996 when they housed the server for their new... by Amy Nicholson 02/06/2014
The North Coast Journal Weekly Lego Blocked Monument stands tall, Vampire flunks by John J. Bennett 02/13/2014
Colorado Springs Independent The LEGO Movie shines because it doesn't 'follow the directions' LEGO is not just determined to make the most entertaining movie possible based on a toy; it's out to create a manifesto on the whole idea of what it means to create real art. by Scott Renshaw 02/05/2014
Portland Mercury Everything Clicks The Lego Movie should've been lousy. But it's great! by Denis C. Theriault 02/05/2014

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