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The closing credits, like in The Lego Movie, are shown on mono-colored backgrounds of Lego bricks. Here, the credits are written in front of smooth bricks that are surrounded, frame-wise, by the lock bumps, and scroll up after a certain amount of time with each background a different color. See more »
A number of very good gags for different ages. Was enjoyable although not quite as good as the original. Felt a little like they had employed the writers of John Lewis adverts to make a feature length advertisement for Lego but that's not necessarily a bad thing. Very hard to come away not smiling so job done.
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