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The name of the lead character is derived from the term 'clutch power', used by LEGO designers, referring to how much 'grip' a LEGO element (brick) has; too little and it will fall away from the bricks it is connected to, too much and the parts will be too difficult for children to pull apart. See more »
The filmmakers would like to thank the fans of LEGO toys, young and old, whose inspiration proved invaluable. See more »
Clearly nothing more than just a cute "kiddies" picture - The one thing that I liked about this Lego production was the squat appearance of all the Lego characters (and their plasticized hair, too).
It was especially when these thick-set characters were on the run that I got my chance to chuckle at the awkwardness of their limited movements. To me, that was about the best thing that this CG adventure tale of bungling heroics and dumb wise-cracks had to offer.
Unfortunately, when it came right down to this picture's actual storyline - I'd say that it could've been a bit more original, than what was poorly presented here.
I found this Clutch Powers' story to be just stale and predictable nonsense that's been so obviously recycled about 1000 times before. And, due to this, it became something of a chore for me to stay focused and remain interested in what I was watching on the screen.
Anyway - Strictly from an adult's perspective - This particular Lego production was, at best, "OK" as far as entertainment goes.
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