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Lego: The Adventures of Clutch Powers (2010)

Not Rated | | Animation, Action, Adventure | Video 10 June 2010
For the first time ever, see the world of LEGO come to life in the all-new feature-length DVD movie adventure with Clutch Powers, the best builder and explorer in the LEGO universe.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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Clutch Powers (voice)
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Peg Mooring (voice)
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Kjeld Playwell (voice)
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Brick Masterson (voice)
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Bernie von Beam / Artie Fol (voice) (as Jeff Glen Bennett)
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Watch Commander / Rock Powers (voice)
Stephan Cox ...
Mallock the Malign (voice)
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Skelly (voice) (as Alex Desert)
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Bones (voice)
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Prince Varen (voice) (as Chris Emerson)
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Hogar the Troll (voice)
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Lofar the Dwarf (voice) (as John DiCrosta)
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Villagers and Knights (voice)
Matt Kasanoff ...
Cub Scout (voice)
Jake Barton ...
Cub Scout (voice)
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For the first time ever, see the world of LEGO come to life in the all-new feature-length DVD movie adventure with Clutch Powers, the best builder and explorer in the LEGO universe.

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Las aventuras de Clutch Powers  »

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Trivia

The name of the character Artie Fol comes from the acronym AFOL (which is actually the way other characters refer to him). It means "Adult Fan Of LEGO". See more »

Quotes

Peg Mooring: Who left the spaceship unlocked?
Clutch Powers: Um... that would be me. But Brick's the one who left the keys in the ignition!
Brick Masterson: Yeah, but I'm not the one who left the owner's manual on the dashboard!
Bernie von Beam: I wanted to guard the spaceship!
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Crazy Credits

The filmmakers would like to thank the fans of LEGO toys, young and old, whose inspiration proved invaluable. See more »

Connections

Spoofs Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

Soundtracks

I Work Alone
Written by Michael Lloyd and Greg O'Connor
Produced by Michael Lloyd, Greg O'Connor
Performed by Greg O'Connor
Courtesy of Michael Music, Curb Songs and Music by Greg
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Fun, but definitely a straight to video release
8 July 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Firstly this is a kids movie and has to be reviewed as such. If you're an adult and even an adult fan of Lego you won't get a huge amount out of this. The movie has some nice touches such as a scene inspired by the alien movies and the post-opening intro song is actually pretty good.

However it really does seem the main aim of this movie is to sell more Lego than to entertain, they have tried to cram in just about every current Lego range in (rock monsters, space police, city and castle) before rather strangely deciding to base the rest of the movie in the Castle universe.

The animation is OK, but not really much better than any of the cut-scenes in a Lego game and the whole movie did have the feel of an extended computer game scene. I couldn't help feeling this would be better suited to a 15-20 minute episode format on kids TV.

The voice cast is actually not bad, Ryan McPartlin and Yvonne Strahovski (sic?) are well known for their work together on Chuck and are well cast.

Overall a fun kids film to kill an hour or so for a young Lego collector, but ultimately too shallow and lacking lots of the humorous touches that featured in other Lego offerings such as the Lego Star Wars games that made them fun for adults too. Worth picking up when it inevitably appears in the £5 section of your local supermarket, but still a million miles better than the Bionicle movie.


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