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.
Emmet, you've gotta stop pretending everything is awesome. It isn't.
Yeah. I get it. And that's why I cultivated a hard-edged side that's super-tough and-Look! Look! A shooting star! Make a wish!
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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 »
Another clever, heartwarming 90-minute toy commercial
I was sceptical that a sequel to The LEGO Movie could be pulled off, given that movie's twists and turns in the final act. But Lord & Miller's script pulls it off again. It doesn't have the same surprise, but it retains the heart and love of the product that makes it go beyond a "toy commercial" in to a true heartwarming, entertaining, and most of all, funny movie with a great theme embedded in it. It doesn't quite reach the heights of the predecessor, but it comes so very, very close. It'll be hard not to find something or someone to love in this movie.
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