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What do you guys think of this movie? I just finished watching it for the third time and still have no opinion, I just don't know what to make of it.

I think it is cute, quirky and funny but the storytelling is kinda confusing at times and didn't really care for the ending portion of the movie.
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>>63895601
I think it was awesome
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I thought it was fun and near flawlessly executed
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>>63895662

Same here.

I know a lot of people bitch about the ending, but honestly that's where the movie went from a silly, fun little romp to something with actual emotional impact.

It managed to show a good lesson that kids need to hear (everyone is the hero of their own story, it's better to work together as a team, etc) without talking down to them.
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>Morgan Freeman making ghost noises.
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>>63895766
Also a somewhat understated one for the parents. Let your kids play how they want and join in with them.
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>>63895601
>but the storytelling is kinda confusing at times

The story on the level of the Legos themselves is very simple, I think the confusion comes from where it intersects with the real world?

I always interpreted it as everything regarding the base of the individual minifigs' characterizations and how they view the world, their ideas and opinions, are filtered through Finn's own ideas and opinions, but they are still autonomous characters that act on their own agency. Not ever single detail is accounted for by Finn's own play, but he has the general idea of things. The details themselves of what is said, what exactly the characters do, and how they interpret the world around them, is filled in by the story itself coalescing and crystallizing around the narrative that Finn starts.
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>>63895871

The little bits of actual stop-motion animation and real-life manipulation like Ghost Vitruvius dangling in front of the camera were my favorite parts.

Also, the top of Lord Business' tower popping off and motoring off from that side perspective.
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I still can't believe that Liam Neeson voiced Good cop.
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Who is the best character and why is it Bad Cop?
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>>63896268

I loved everyone in this movie. And I expected to HATE Uni-kitty, but dammit she's too adorable to hate!
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>>63896268
I'm tied between him and pic related. They're both flawless characters IMO
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pretty good, funny humor, illuminati story, unikitty a hot
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>>63895601

Fucking loved everything about this movie.

Gorgeously detailed animation

Bitching soundtrack

Fun and likeable characters

Great sense of humor

Surprisingly effective emotional bits

Literally cannot think of anything I would've wanted changed.
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Anyone excited for Lego Movie 2 releasing May 26 2017?
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I'm really impressed with Everything is Awesome. It works perfectly to set the tone, as satire, as foreshadowing, and gets a completely different meaning at the end of the movie. That and it's genuinely a really catchy and fun tune. But what else can you expect from Mothersbaugh

>>63895766
>You don't have to be the bad guy

I didn't expect that to hit me so hard.

>>63895955
That's how I interpreted it too.

The Lego universe exists in a separate plane, but depends on the will of a creator who builds the major elements, assigns everyone a role and orchestrates a plotline.

>inb4 this thread turns into a parenting discussion

>>63895871
>>63896035
I was grinning like an idiot during the whole Ghost Vitruvius scene. It was amazing.

>>63896268
That's not Batman.

>>63896416
Me too. She made me groan in the trailers, but it didn't take me long to start liking her in the movie, and I genuinely felt for her after the destruction of Cloud Cuckoo Land.

The entire cast was great and had excellent chemistry.
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>>63896695
Emmet is so precious.

>>63896794
I'm not. I really doubt they'll manage to recapture the charm of the first, especially with a different director. Here's hoping for the best.
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I hated it, despite really really not wanting to. I was expecting a silly kids movie, sure, but I also figured there would be plenty of doublespeak with plenty of subtle gutbusters. This is the clone high dudes, after all.

But nope. Just a brat movie. It didn't help that the comedic timing was COMPLETELY off, and the dialogue was cringeworthy, especially from WildStyle.

The middle ages lepracy joke was pretty good though, as was the 'FIRST TRY' bit.

I dunno, I was completely let down.
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>>63897199
You know, I was actually pleased by the lack of "adult" jokes. No mature references, no double entenders, just wholesome comedy for the whole family.
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>>63897388
There's a difference between 'adult' jokes and jokes that aren't just 'guy does something wacky and funny in less than half a beat'. Where was the absurdism that can make kids laugh just on the pure lolsorandom and the adults laugh because there are existential implications/they're so outlandish they make them laugh too? Where's the offhanded deconstructions of existing tropes for fun and profit? Where's the explaining of jokes, and in doing so making them even funnier?

The movie was one long 'let's make the kids freak out and giggle' fest, and I hate that I have to say that.
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Everything was okay. Nothing really bad about it, but nothing awesome either.
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>>63896827
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The Lego universe exists in a separate plane, but depends on the will of a creator who builds the major elements, assigns everyone a role and orchestrates a plotline.


Someone on /co/ here billed it to me as "Hypercrisis: The Movie", and while I laughed that off at first, dammit he was right. The whole movie was centered around the interplay between the creator and his creations, and how the characters operate within that framework, and yet expand on it in ways that are not controlled by the writer/creator/director/whatever. It's a surprisingly good illustration of the concept of the creative process on multiple levels, both on the more simplistic "you don't have to follow the rules" and the more metaphysical interaction between Finn's own direction and story, and the autonomous agency of the minifigs and their world itself.
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>>63897779
>nothing awesome either.

But everything is awesome.
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>>63895601
I loved it. The credits were the best scene (no I'm not insulting the rest of the movie)
But the threads tend to go to shit.
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>>63895601
It's the greatest film they've ever done, the greatest anyone has ever done since the silent era, in fact.
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>>63898536

you know what, at the moment it's probably my favorite animated movie.
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>>63898654
I wouldn't call it my favorite, but it's the best I've seen since Paranorman.
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>>63897083
I heard it's directed by the same guy that did Poppers Penguins.

Oh well, atleast we might have Clone High back.
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I was actually expecting to be disappointed, but ended up loving it. Loved Unikitty and Badcop, hated Batman and didn't care for Will Ferrell.
Thought Emmet's creation was the greatest thing ever, because I loved having nice looking furniture with my old lego sets.
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I loved it to pieces.
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>>63898791
¡CARLOS!
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>>63898785
I'd say you have bad taste for hating Batman, but your love for the double-decker couch earned you my respect.
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>>63896268
Because delicious Liam Neeson.

>>63896583
Agreed.
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So what's greater, Bad Cop's hatred of chairs, or Wonder Woman's hatred of necks?
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>>63895601
This movie was so damn charming in every sense of the word

I thought it was gonna be a lame 3d CGI kids movie

Then they had EVERYTHING be Legos even the fire was plastic bits and Lord Business had the super mega lord thing going on that everyone makes for a lego guy

Then they had a in universe Top 1 radio song playing with Orwellian adverts and posters and cameras and Honey, where's my PAAAAAAANTS
>Bazooper!

Then they had the minimal face expressions and moving hair pieces

Then they had Emmet walking on the instructions and Emmet-cam when he was running away in the western world

Then they were building stuff with Legos and they had Batman and space Lego guy and Star Wars and Shaq what time is it IT'S GAME TIME

Then they had Mr.Business walk into the Lord Business suit again creative and nostalgic and had Mr. Bad Guy and the relics with ingenious name favorite being Sword of Exact Zero

Then Emmet's sacrifice and the reveal which brought everything together

All in all it was entertaining and very creative. I thoroughly enjoyed it
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The cool thing about the Master Builders is that I know I always had a set of minifigs that I either created from spare parts, or got from other kits, that I always thought were THE COOLEST and were always the special ones that were the heroes and had special powers, and whenever I built stuff, they were always the recurring characters in whatever cast I created.

That's basically what the Master Builders are in this story.

And I can just imagine

>Finn playing around with those minifigs in the basement, building stuff
>accidentally knock a random construction worker off of the display onto the ground
>falls onto a Krazy Glue cap that was lying discarded on the floor
>it sticks to his back
>a legend is born
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>>63895766
>I know a lot of people bitch about the ending
My only problem with the ending is that Will Ferrell didn't seem that into it during the live action parts

He was kind of stale except for when he finally asked about president business
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>>63896695
>Bitching soundtrack

FUCKING YES

Can we please talk about how awesome this soundtrack was? Because I'm pretty sure Saloons and Wagons was the best goddamn track on the album that I bought.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ncVv-MW7E00
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>>63898940

I love Batman, but I hated this Batman.
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>>63896181
Fucking this. You can tell he's Bad Cop, but to realize he's also doing Good Cop's voice...

Can you imagine being in the recording studio and watching him do the voice in person?
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>>63899332

I thought this Batman was funny, but compared to the other characters, he was a bit stale.
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>>63899332
>stop making fun of my super serious batmang
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>>63899370
Fair enough. His best part was his "Untitled Self Portrait" song.

>NO PARENTS.
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>>63899359

I think they show a clip of it in one of the behind the scenes videos. I didn't believe that was really his voice until I saw it there.
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>>63899408

SUPER RICH

KINDA MAKES IT BETTER
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>>63899332
It's okay. I really enjoyed bumbling sociopath Batman, but that's just my opinion.

>>63899359
The next best thing: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fc3B8HsbiQ8
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>>63899458
MORE DARKNESS
DA OPPOSITE OF LIGHT
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>>63899328

Wasn't until I listened to the soundtrack on its own that I realized that Bad Cop had his own little musical theme. You can hear it at the beginning of that song (after the honky tonk Everything is Awesome bit) and it pops up a few more times in the movie.
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>>63899263
>accidentally knock a random construction worker off of the display onto the ground
>falls onto a Krazy Glue cap that was lying discarded on the floor
>it sticks to his back
>a legend is born
max kek
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>>63899328
If you listen real hard, there's a bit of music that keeps re-appearing in all the songs.
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>>63899263
They did a really good job at making the story feel like the kind of scenarios you're make up as a kid.
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>>63899421
>>63899509
>The way he just switches back and forth so easily.

This is the best thing I have seen all day.
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>>63899458
>>63899408
As soon as I heard DARKNESS with the bass I literally lol'd

I couldn't believe someone finally put MY PARENTS ARE DEEEAAAAAAD onscreen

my second favorite Batman bit was when Wyldstyle asked for help and he groaned his head around
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>>63899583

yeah, this soundtrack repurposes "Everything is Awesome" in nearly every track, anon up here>>63899530
mentions that Bad Cop has his own specific theme too.
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>>63899668
>Does anyone have any black?
>I only work in black.
>And... very dark grey.
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>>63899509
>Lord just losing it
outstanding
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>>63899714
>I hate this place

Simple but effective. The delivery really sold it.
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>>63899668
>download the soundtrack
>put it on my Ipod
>listening to it as I walk around campus to my classes
>the track from Batman's introduction scene comes on
>I didn't realize it had the vocals for Untitled Self Portrait in the soundtrack album version
>everyone stares at me as I try to stifle hysterical laughter at the bus stop when it gets to that part without me expecting it
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>>63899421
>>63899359
>>63899625
>You see the quotations I'm making with my claw hands?
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>>63899304
That's sorta intentional, he's supposed to be a dull, stale man, who sits in his basement with his legos and refuses to let it son touch them.
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>>63899772
What won it for me was that when he delivered that line he was standing between a clown and a reptile man.
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>>63899896

Well fuck me, I wonder if that was intentional.
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>>63896416
Her and Benny were flawless casting that turned potentially annoying characters into amazing ones
RETRO 80S TECHNOLOGY
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>>63899594
That was my thought the whole movie, it FELT like a story a kid would make up and that's what really made it appealing.

It sort of reminded me of Axe Cop in that way.
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>>63899668
>Hey, you gotta be there for me
>Uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuugh
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>>63898654
Cloudy with a chance of meatballs and Lego movie are up in my top 5 animated movies
Ironically, I wanted to hate both of them for threatening to misuse things from my childhood, but instead they were both amazing, with Cloudy pretty much forging its own path in an adorable and hilarious way and Lego being a love letter to lego and childhood itself
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>>63899263
>>falls onto a Krazy Glue cap that was lying discarded on the floor
>>it sticks to his back
>>a legend is born
How did I not make this connection?

>>63899896
fuck
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>>63899782
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>>63899625
originally they were going to record both the voices seperately, but Liam Neeson wanted to change on the fly
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does anyone else get the feeling that this movie is a statement on Copyright/Fair-use on the internet?
I could right a whole essay on this.
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>>63900231
>fleece crested scepter of cuteeeep
>poleeeesh remover of nah-eeeeel
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>>63899782
>only one claw hand joke in the whole movie
I was really impressed
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>>63900324
No.
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>>63900305
Based.

>>63900324
I have no idea where you're coming from but please, elaborate.
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>>63899509
>tfw no clip of Morgan Freeman making spooky ghost noises
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>>63900324
no but I can see the parallels
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>There's also this one, Pirates Cove, Knights Club, Vikings Landing, Clown Town, a bunch of others we don't need to mention.

This made me laugh. Hating on their own products.
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>>63900404
>one of those was Bionicle
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>>63900404
>including bionicle
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>>63900404
They showed Bionicles during that part that threw the joke off for me

I thought Bionicle was big for them, I remember that being huge when I was a kid, they had commercials all the time, I think a show and definitely a comic
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I thought the Lego movie was enjoyable to watch.

I, however, only think the moral of the story was to just play with Legos and don't always build shit according to the instructions. It's an expensive toy commercial, people.
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>>63900404
I wanted to see Rock Raiders so badly.
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>>63900231

That scene was dark as fuck for a kids movie.
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>>63900334
And that joke is very jarring and takes you out of the movie.

>>63900419
Which is rightfully dead and forgotten.

So many disappointing birthdays when that was all the rage. Just threw their remains out earlier this year. Felt so nice to get that trash out of my tub.
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>>63900478
Well you're just a really long condom commercial.
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>>63900460

Bionicle has had video games, comics and a movie already. It doesn't really fit into the tone of this movie anyways.
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>>63900541
daaamn
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>>63900478
It was good because it has better execution.

also, is one of the directors from robot chicken? I remember robot chicken making fun of lego, especially the lego "rivals" like megablocks and kreo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vv3srTr9ZhQ
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>>63900404
>Lego Friends
>Speed Racer
>Ninjago
>Bionicle
>Fabuland

But I liked Bionicle..
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>>63900500

I grew up with sets from Aquazone and UFO themes, kind of hoped to see some stuff from that, but they weren't nearly as classic, so oh well.
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I know what I want to see in the sequel.
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>>63900587
>also, is one of the directors from robot chicken?
Nope.
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>>63900460
Bionicle is coming back.
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>>63900645

I was kind of disappointed that it didn't show up. Maybe as a part in some of the builds?
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>>63900350
I should really just write that essay, it makes so much sense in my head
re-watch with the idea of lord/president business being a big media company and the master builders being people who use their media for youtube shows/content on the web
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>>63900645
I know what I also want to see about the sequel.
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>>63900718
>not "written and directed by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller."
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>>63900654
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lego_movie
>By this time Chris McKay, the director of Robot Chicken, had also joined Lord and Miller to co-direct.

>wikipedia
yyyyeah, i know ;_;
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>>63900541

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOHHHHHHHH
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>>63900672
Source, motherfucker. Don't toy with my heart like that.
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>>63900460
It's not that they're disowning the franchise or anything. It didn't matter because it literally didn't matter in the context of the narrative.

>>63900526
The only joke that took me out of the movie was Business talking about the couch, since dangling legs are a non-issue for lego minifgs. It made more sense when after Finn was revealed, but it was jarring at first.

>So many disappointing birthdays when that was all the rage. Just threw their remains out earlier this year. Felt so nice to get that trash out of my tub.

You monster.

>>63900645
That had to be in somewhere.

Someone should just ask Lord and/or Miller.
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>>63900717
Hmm, I can see what you're getting at. Probably not an intended point, but an interesting interpretation nonetheless.
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>>63900717
I'm not really seeing it.
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>>63900460
No show, but they were fucking huge for a Lego line. What was Technic, the line of pieces they were made to sell, just became Bionicle. I think they were just making a quick reference to the lines that didn't matter to the movie, so it was more of an affectionate poke than anything else.
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>>63900587
I thought robot chicken sucked now

that was pretty clever
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>>63900800
Some anon posted stand pics a few threads back. I didn't save 'em. Go ask /toy/.
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>>63900906
Their sketches at the Nintendo E3 Conference was pretty good too.
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>>63900645
>no ice station mast builder
fucking dropped like that awesome spaceship you built on the tile floor
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>>63901061
triggering me
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>>63900541
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>>63901061
>dropped like that awesome spaceship you built on the tile floor
You motherfucker
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>>63897083

>WE AWE FWOM PWANET DUPWO

>WE HAVE COME TO DESTWOY YOU
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>>63901153
I remember wrasslin

Skelenigger OP
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>>63901316
>>63897083

How can you not look forward to that?

Like maybe the brother finds out that his sister is more creative than him, capable of making things that can beat his creations time and time again. It could end up being a lesson about jealousy and siblinghood.
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>Watch LEGO movie again today.
>Remember all the bullshit my older brother pulled while we were playing when younger.

One time we were playing LEGO Sims and I started building my house. Half way through my brother made up some bullshit rule about max legos we could use for our houses. After an hour of fighting I finally gave in and completed my house that was still under the limit. He didn't build anything and just had this shit eating grin on his face.

When I asked him where his house was he said that he had a super invisable house that had fucking everything in it.

God damn I fucking still rage about it today cause he pulled shit like that ALL THE FUCKING TIME and no one could copy him and he had his own special rules WE HAD TO FOLLOW BUT NOT HIM! And if we didn't he's fucking bitch and start destroying all our shit and then tell on fucking US for not playing nice.

I tell ya, if I ever have kids and they pull shit like that I'm fucking grounding his ass for life.
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I'm still conflicted about the "twist".

From an ideological standpoint, the father is in the wrong. He needed to stop being such a massive sperglord and learn to let other people have their badwrongfun.
But at the same time, from a practical standpoint, the kid is in the wrong. Just because it's a toy and you're a kid doesn't give you free reign to fuck with other people's stuff. Plus, it's not like he didn't have his own collection of Lego to play with.

Everything makes sense and is good from a thematic standpoint, but the scene itself is downright painful to watch after the second or third time. The fact that it's such a massive and jarring tonal shift doesn't help, either.
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>>63902019
>Plus, it's not like he didn't have his own collection of Lego to play with
>box of mismatched scraps that could barely make cloud cookoo land
I understand what you're going for, but the dad buys GIGANTIC amounts of lego for himself and then doesn't share them with his son, or even share his love of legos with his son.
At their root, lego are toys, and a good parent should realize that in their kids eyes, they are just toys. In the future I could see the dad keeping his collection "off limits" to a certain degree but expanding his son's collection, which would be the best choice imo.
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>>63895601
It was amazing. The best way they could have made a Lego movie.
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>>63895601
one of the best movies I've ever seen
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Loved it, I also watched it three times.
My top favorite animated movie alongside HTTYD.
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>>63899896
Oh shit I didn't notice that
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>>63899088
Boardroom of the big bad corporation is filled with faceless robots... *coughcough*
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My brother did two of the end credit sequences as the credits were the only parts of the movie that was animated with actual stop motion. The Benny and unikitty ones.
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>>63905771
He did a good job, I'm proud of him.
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>>63898536
is it weird that I would give her the D all day and half the night?
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>>63899328
I love Mark Mothersbaugh soundtracks.
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>>63899328
I wish they had made Benny's Theme into a full track instead of just ten seconds tacked onto the end of Cloud CuckooLand.
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>>63901406

I'm pretty sure getting one-upped by a two year old would be a blow to anyone's ego, not just a sibling's.
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>>63906333

Why are you waifuing a thumbnail?
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>>63899120

>Shaq

>Y'all ready for this?
>Oh no, they WERE ready for this!
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Daily reminder that Abe Lincoln was Clone High Abe
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FUCK LEGO MOVIE
MY EX SAW IT WITH ANOTHER GUY WHILE WE WERE DATING
WE BROKE UP IN MARCH AND I STILL HAVENT GOTTEN OVER HER
BEFORE WE BROKE UP WE SAW MR P BODY AND SHERMAN
IT WAS HILARIOUS
BUT IM AFRAID IF I WATCH IT I WILL GET THOSE FEELINGS I HAD FOR HER
THEN I WILL BE SAD AND ATTEMPT AN HERO
WHY CANT I HAVE HER BACK
WHY SHE DONT WANT ME MAN
FUCK FUCK FUCK
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to be honest, I kind of lost it when Will Ferrell asked if the figure (that he knew was meant to be him) was actually the villain

I mean finding out that you're the bad guy in your own child's story is a real gut punch
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>>63907003
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>>63906585

It's also part of WyldStyle Leads in the soundtrack.
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I think the movie has some great humour

>Double decker couch
>NO PARENTS
>pig carriage, general poorly played animal sounds
>vitrivius being beheaded
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>>63908402
Wasn't just the animal sounds. If you listen, quite a few sound effects are done as if by a kid making them with his mouth.
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>>63899956
I wish Benny had had a bit more screen time. I'm a real Lego Classic Space fan and I absolutely loved the character.
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>>63899509
>Ahaha I just noticed the good cop is essentially a jolly irishman stereotype
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>>63908454
Oops, for some reason made it greentext. Sorry
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>>63908454
Yeah, Neeson let his Irish accent go for this one. It's nice to hear instead of the generic British he usually goes for.
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I loved how the movie played on many lego fans inside jokes:
- Benny's helmet being broken at the bottom, a frequent problem with old style astronaut helmets
- using razors and knives to split pieces, and other sorts of interaction with general household objects
- gum, the bane of many lego parts used as a weapon
- claw hands

And so on.
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DARKNESS
NO PARENTS
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>>63908531
Also, the fact that no matter the set, you also wanted to include a spaceship in it.

Or ifyou were playing with other, at least one wanted to.
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>>63908600
Benny was everyone who ever played with legos as a kid.
>grab a bunch of pieces
>build a spaceship
>???
>Profit
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Milhouse being a master builder will never stop boggling my mind.
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>>63908416

all the "AYY-YA-YA"s in the Old West made me nearly die laughing in the theater.
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>>63908531
>- Benny's helmet being broken at the bottom, a frequent problem with old style astronaut helmets

And he was missing the visor, those were the first things to break for me.
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>>63908632

I turned damn near every kit I had into spaceships and moonbases eventually when I was a kid.
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>>63908700
The first space helmets didn't have visors and they ALWAYS broke like that.
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>>63908711

Oh I didn't know that. Before my time, I guess.
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>>63895601

>What do you guys think of this movie? I just finished watching it for the third time and still have no opinion, I just don't know what to make of it.

Maybe you should watch the movie nine more times.

I know I watch movies multiple times that are terrible, right? Not like my overwhelming fascination with something unique and well done compels me to keep coming back.
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>>63900526
>And that joke is very jarring and takes you out of the movie.

No, not really.
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>>63900541
#rekt
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The movie got me back into legos.

I just got the Jedi Interceptor. Old dream come true.

Anyone else do this?
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>>63909748
Yup.

Too bad i barely have any Lego, so i can't build shit.

What are some good house-themed sets, full of furniture and shit? The only one i have in mind is the Simpsons house, but it's pretty inaccurate.
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Why did bad cop have such a problem with chairs?
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>>63909892
His grandparents were killed in a chair and table factory by some man holding a baby
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Am I the only one that didn't like the VA's? Vitruvius, Lord Business and Bad Cop all sounded terrible.
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>>63910376
I think you are the only one who didn't enjoy Morgan Freeman, Will Ferrel, and Liam Neeson all giving really good, fun performances.
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>>63910518
Morgan Freeman had change in emotion or tone in his voice
Will Ferrel was just terrible in general
Liam Neeson was slurring the shit out of his lines

They were 100% phoned in performances from them. Everyone else was great, but those 3.
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>>63910518
I swear the only reason they got Morgan Freeman to do a voice was to make him say the weirdest/dumbest things with that voice of his, and it was fantastic.
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>>63911010
Yeah, he's been shoehorned into so many shitty roles the last few years it was really nice to see him do something fun and entertaining.
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>>63910577
>They were 100% phoned in performances from them.

But that's wrong
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>>63896583
>top cat

Best show.
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