The Lego Movie (2014)


Cast and Crew
Directed by : Phil Lord, Christopher Miller
Produced by : Dan Lin, Roy Lee
Screenplay by : Phil Lord, Christopher Miller
Story by : Dan Hageman, Kevin Hageman, Phil Lord, Christopher Miller
Starring : Chris Pratt, Will Ferrell, Elizabeth Banks, Will Arnett, Nick Offerman, Alison Brie
Music by : Mark Mothersbaugh
Cinematography : Pablo Plaisted
Edited by : David Burrows, Chris McKay
Running time : 100 minutes

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I.M.C.F Review
A very interesting concept being made as a film! Reminded me of my childhood days, where i used to imagine and create my own stories with toys from different themes!! The involvement of Batman and other super Heroes is inventively different. The animation and Lego sets are picturesque!

The plot is simple. Try and stop the super weapon 'Kragle' being used by evil Lord Business and save the Lego Universe. Emmet, an ordinary construction worker, leading a simple life, gets dragged into this story, when he falls into a hole and gets 'Piece of Resistance' attached to him. With that 'PoR' attached on his back, everyone believes him to be one, who has come to save them from Evil. So, Lord Business sends out his Bad Cop to kill Emmet. Then, wyldstyle along with her boy friend 'Batman' helps Emmet in escaping the Bad Cop and reaching out for a team which could help them save their Universe. In this process, Emmets gets filled with confidence and believes he can save them. Also, he falls in love with Wyldstyle too. The climax is very much expected but the humans involvement might excite you. A pretty decent entertainer for all ages, who has a kid inside them!

I.M.C.F Rating : 85/100
Direction : 9 : Very creative to have used, every Lego piece very well!
Production Values : 9 : Very colorful film. Too good to be true.
Story/Plot : 8 : A decently predictable story of 'Good winning over Evil'!
Cast Performances : 8 : Though animated, expressions have been too good, throughout!
Music : 8 : Both the Music and BGM are very well suited!
Cinematography : 9
Editing/Screenplay : 9 : The length of the film is a major advantage. Never boring.
Special effects : 9 : Very proficient!
Dialogues : 7 : Given to the plot of the film, there isn't much of a need for bigger dialogues!
Awe Moment(s) : 9 : Batman being a part of the adventure; Super heroes presence; Truth about 'Kragle'!

Ratings and Reviews From Popular Websites
8/10   - IMDb
4.3/5  - RottenTomatoes

The Lego Movie: Merely a great film, or the greatest film ever in the history of cinema?
This is truly a movie that children and their parents can both enjoy for different reasons.
The Lego Movie is a brilliant technical achievement.

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