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‘The Lego Movie’ review: the best film about blocks you’ll ever see

10
Feb
2014

When I think about the house I grew up in — my football-themed bedroom, the big family room, the yard — there are always Lego bricks everywhere. And I’m clearly not alone, because everyone in my packed theater watching The Lego Movie this weekend seemed to have the same experience I did: a 100-minute exercise in nostalgia, rendered in RealD 3D. Its the first big-budget Lego movie in the companys 80-year history, made painstakingly over five years in concert with writer–director duo Phil Lord and Chris Miller. The movie follows Emmet Brickowski (Chris Pratt), a normal guy with a normal job and a normal life.

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