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The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part (2019)

The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part (original title)
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It's been five years since everything was awesome and the citizens are facing a huge new threat: Lego Duplo invaders from outer space, wrecking everything faster than they can rebuild.


Mike Mitchell


Phil Lord (screenplay by), Christopher Miller (screenplay by) | 8 more credits »
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1 win & 15 nominations. See more awards »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Chris Pratt ... Emmet Brickowski / Rex Dangervest (voice)
Elizabeth Banks ... Wyldstyle / Lucy (voice)
Will Arnett ... Batman (voice)
Tiffany Haddish ... Queen Watevra Wa'Nabi (voice)
Stephanie Beatriz ... General Mayhem / Sweet Mayhem (voice)
Alison Brie ... Unikitty / Ultrakatty (voice)
Nick Offerman ... MetalBeard (voice)
Charlie Day ... Benny (voice)
Maya Rudolph ... Mom
Will Ferrell ... President Business / Dad
Jadon Sand ... Finn
Brooklynn Prince ... Bianca
Channing Tatum ... Superman (voice)
Jonah Hill ... Green Lantern (voice)
Richard Ayoade ... Ice Cream Cone (voice)

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It's been five years since everything was awesome and the citizens are facing a huge new threat: Lego Duplo invaders from outer space, wrecking everything faster than they can rebuild.

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis

Plot Keywords:

sequel | queen | spaceship | vampire | toy | See All (113) »


Everything is more Awesome in Space! See more »

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for mild action and rude humor | See all certifications »

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Did You Know?


During the song "Gotham City Guys," the first few notes of Danny Elfman's score for Batman (1989) can be heard. The musical phrase gets remixed repeatedly during his solo. See more »


Emmet describes his nightmare involving a dolphin to Lucy. Lucy tells him to think of something with less fish. Dolphins aren't fish. They're mammals. See more »


[first lines]
[from The LEGO Movie, Finn and his dad are playing with the characters, Finn laughs]
Dad: Now that I'm letting you come down here and play, guess who else gets to come down here and play?
Finn: Who?
[the basement door opens and UFOs come flying through]
Dad: [echoing] Your sister.
Finn: What?
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Crazy Credits

During the first part of the second half of the main-on-end credits, the winning entries of LEGO's "The Awesome Building Buddies Contest", which held online through most of July 2018, is shown aside from some of the credits. It features actual siblings pairing together to create the unique LEGO model either on the white background or on a off-white background. If the second picture is here, the panel flip itself to reveal the actual LEGO model. See more »


References This Is Spinal Tap (1984) See more »


Super Cool
Written by Beck (as Beck Hansen)
Produced by Beck (as Beck Hansen) and David Greenbaum (as David 'Elevator' Greenbaum)
Additional Production by Drew Campbell
Additional lyrics by Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer & Jorma Taccone
Performed by Beck feat. Robyn Carlsson (as Robyn) & The Lonely Island
Beck appears courtesy of BH Music, LLC/Capitol Records
Robyn appears courtesy of Konichiwa Records
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User Reviews

Something is wrong
16 June 2019 | by dmshrmedSee all my reviews

I'm having trouble figuring out exactly what it is, but this film is severely lacking in something the first one mastered. Let's start with the easy stuff. There are way too many references and bad puns. Some reviewers would call these references "jokes the adults can understand", and while that is true, they aren't funny. They're just kind of there. They are references that exist for you to say "I get that". There is no "ha" preceding that. Yes, the original also had references and bad puns, but they were used well and there weren't nearly as many. The first LEGO movie was very self aware, but it had a soul that really seemed to care about what it was saying. The second LEGO movie was so self aware that it was very difficult to take seriously. There was an obvious message about how growing up should be about learning to work with different people, but it kind of fell flat beneath the veil of "play with others even if you don't like how they play". It honestly made me a little angry. Maybe it wasn't intentional, but the film seemed to suggest that traditionally masculine things are incapable of being imaginative. I couldn't help but feel a pinch of modern social politics biting for my throat. The first film felt very apolitical, and I believe that's fitting for a film about a franchise of toys that cradled our imaginations before we cared about politics. This film certainly didn't "ruin my childhood" by any means, but it was a disappointment.

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Release Date:

8 February 2019 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

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Box Office


$99,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$34,115,335, 10 February 2019

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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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