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The LEGO Movie 2014 Subtitles

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(1.274) IMDb 7.8/10

The LEGO movie follows Emmet, who is on an epic quest to stop an evil tyrant from gluing the universe together, a journey for which he is hopelessly and hilariously underprepared.

Will Arnett, Elizabeth Banks
1 hour, 40 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Children & Family
Director Phil Lord, Christopher Miller
Starring Will Arnett, Elizabeth Banks
Supporting actors Craig Berry, Alison Brie, David Burrows, Anthony Daniels, Charlie Day, Amanda Farinos, Keith Ferguson, Will Ferrell, Will Forte, Dave Franco, Morgan Freeman, Todd Hansen, Jonah Hill, Jake Johnson, Keegan-Michael Key, Kelly Lafferty, Chris McKay, Christopher Miller
Studio Warner Bros.
BBFC rating Universal, suitable for all
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Dragon Heart on 18 Sept. 2014
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Give most children a pile of assorted Lego pieces and they will be able to build something, with a little imagination, as being recognisable. OK it may not look like one of the sets with instructions but that has always been the joy of LEGO.

This computer animated story follows Emmet, an ordinary, rules-following, perfectly average LEGO minifigure construction worker who is mistaken as the prophesied 'Special' and the key to saving the LEGO world. He is recruited into a group of strangers ( including Batman, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman & Lucy, Emmets new found friend, in fact she found him ) on an epic quest to stop an evil tyrant from gluing the Lego universe into an eternal stasis , a quest for which Emmet is totally unprepared.

It is funny from start to end but it is not until near the end that you fully under4stand the 'true' story behind the story.

With the voice talents of stars like Liam Neeson ( good cop / bad cop ), Morgan Freeman ( Vitruvius ), Will Ferrell ( President Business ) and Shaquille O'Neal ( Shaq )

Well was it worth the wait ? .... yet it was

'U' rated 100 minutes long.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Paul Tapner TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 1 Aug. 2014
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Superheroes have been done movie wise. TV shows have been done. So what else can be turned into a movie? Toys and games!

GI Joe and Battleship happened. The Monopoly movie didn't. But a movie based on Lego has.

A movie based on a toy involving building blocks and toy figures.

Some of certain generations will have fond memories of using their imagination with Lego sets that allowed them to build whatever they wanted. Some more recent generations can get lego sets that let them build fantastic things. If they follow the instructions properly.

This movie could have been the latter. Safe and generic and corporate.

But instead the film makers have come up with something that uses lego firmly in the former category.

A work of imagination.

Bad guy lord Business wants to rule the Lego world and run everything his way. The forces that stand against him are seemingly crushed. But prophecy dictates that a special person will save the world.

Prophecy seems to indicate that person is Emmet. A very ordinary construction worker who is good at fitting in with the crowd. Caught up in the quest to save the day, can Emmet live up to expectations?

This is one of those movies that works on different levels for different generations. The stunning and very detailed animation will grab the attention right from the off. Things proceed at chaotic pace after that. But there's always so much going on that it hooks. From great character comedy between all the leads - Morgan Freeman and Liam Neeson in particular proving much more adept at this that you might have expected - to things happening in the background.

Of particular note as well is Will Arnett, who voices the best movie Batman ever.
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99 of 110 people found the following review helpful By G. Stephenson on 9 Feb. 2014
Format: DVD
I, like most, was skeptical when news came that a Lego Movie was being produced. Then I discovered that the writer/directors, Phil Lord and Chris Miller, has also created Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs and 21 Jump Street, two films that I thoroughly enjoy watching. Then the trailer hit, and my interest started to peak. I still had my reservations, but I went into the movie with high hopes. I can't tell you how glad I am that I did.

Reviews have been nothing short of glowing, and while we often like to challenge their views, I completely agree with what they say. First of all, the animation. You may find it difficult to believe that you can watch a whole movie created with animated lego figures and not find it at least a little jarring. I thought that, even after five minutes of the movie had gone, but you soon get used to it and come to appreciate its unique style. I adored the sets, ranging from your stereotypical Western village to your stereotypical party resort. There was such attention to detail that you could practically look anywhere on the screen and be entertained by something (I saw Dumbledore showing off his dance skills in one scene). With regards to the 3D, it was very well done and perfectly enhanced every set and every action sequence, particularly one that involves a lego ocean.

The voice cast was utterly charming, starting with Chris Pratt, who has really come into his own as an actor. 2014 is sure to be a huge year for him. Supporting players such as Elizabeth Banks, a hilarious Morgan Freeman, Will Ferrell, Alison Brie and Will Arnett are each very strong additions to the movie. However, it is Liam Neeson who arguably steels the show.
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By R. Wood TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 29 July 2014
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When I first saw the initial trailer for The Lego Movie back in November, the first thing that went through my mind was, ‘HAVE to see this!’ Let’s be honest, Lego is the most imaginative, versatile and everlasting toy EVER created. It’s been that way for generations and its global appeal will doubtless continue to stand the test of time.

Now, previous Lego animations have either been stop-motion-based shorts (i.e. ‘Monty Python & the Holy Grail…in Lego!’) or CGI feature-lengths based on various Lego Franchises (i.e. Batman, Star Wars, Bionicle etc). The Lego Movie is the first true production to be released in cinemas…and it’s a REAL work of art.

Phil Lord and Christopher Miller are the masterminds behind it all, and they’ve produced a story that’s not only full of humour and excitement, but also heart. The protagonist is one generic Lego Minifigure; construction worker Emmet Brickowski, who just goes about his life until accidentally stumbling upon the legendary ‘Piece of Resistance’, the one thing that can thwart the evil Lord Business’ plan to end the world. Now a target from the forces of evil, and mistaken by the elite Masterbuilders (rebelling against the evil tyrant) for being the prophesized ‘Special’, Emmet finds himself unwillingly forced into the greatest adventure of all time.

The sheer imagination of The Lego Movie is worthy of the toy it’s based on. The multitude of endless creations, worlds and possibilities spawned by Lego is somehow captured brilliantly in these 96 minutes. And there’s all manner of cameos from Lego Minifigures galore, such as William Shakespeare, Abraham Lincoln, Milhouse (from The Simpsons), Michelangelo (from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Superman…the list is endless.
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