A cooler-than-ever Bruce Wayne must deal with the usual suspects as they plan to rule Gotham City, while discovering that he has accidentally adopted a teenage orphan who wishes to become his sidekick.
Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, directors of "The LEGO Movie", will be returning as writers for "The LEGO Movie Sequel". See more »
Bring me your fiercest leader.
[referring to Emmet]
This guy is special.
This guy was a fierce warrior?
Okay, well, technically, *I* did the warrior stuff, but...
So you fought, and master built, and kicked butt, and then the hapless male was the leader.
He, uh... Well...
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The Warner Bros. Pictures/Warner Animation Group logo is similar to the original installment but with a couple differences:
The background is blue
The byline is changed to "WARNERMEDIA"
When the shield turns to WAG, the banner drops down from the WBP position to accompany the change
And the transition to black with no Village Roadshow Pictures logo.
A very inviting film that neither condescendes to the young, nor alienates adults.
Lego Movie 2 is the type of sequel which does not require you to have seen the original to understand what's going. Which is lucky for me as I still have not even seen the first one yet, but I am now very interested in doing so.
I might have given a higher score, but I wasn't a fan of all the musical segments. Although I loved the not so subtle jab at the pop music industry in the song "This song is gonna get stuck in your head".
The film was funny, colourful, very well animated and most of all memorable. I think I'll remember this film way more than I'll remember all the other schlock in the theatres. What was that ginger girl in jurrasic world called again? Ah who cares.
All in all I found this a refreshing and inviting film that neither condescendes to the young or alienates adults.
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