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The Lego Movie [Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray + UV Copy]  [Region Free]
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Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Banks, Will Arnett and Morgan Freeman lend their voices to this CGI-animated comedy based on the line of toys made by Lego. The wicked Lord Business (Will Ferrell) is determined to destroy the Lego universe and rebuild it using glue - which goes against the very nature of Lego. Mistaken as the 'Special', the only surviving Master Builder, the rather ordinary Emmet (Pratt) is selected to lead a group of figures on a mission to put a stop to Lord Business's evil plan. Emmet is helped by wise wizard Vitruvius (Freeman), tough girl Wyldstyle (Banks) and DC superhero Batman (Arnett), but can he find something extraordinary within himself in order to save the world? The film also features the voices of Channing Tatum, Liam Neeson, Nick Offerman, Alison Brie and Jonah Hill.
Extra Content (presented in 2D)
- "Everything Is Awesome" Sing-Along
- Feature Commentary
- Fan Made Films: Top-Secret Submissions
- Batman's A True Artist
- Michelangelo and Lincoln: History Cops
- Enter the Ninjago
- Stories From The Story Team
- Additional Promotional Content
- Introduction with Senior Builder Michael Fuller
- Build the Double-Decker Couch - See It, Build It!
- Build Emmet's Car - See It, Build It!
- Digital Double-Decker Couch - See It, Build It!
- Digital Emmet's Car - See It, Build It!
- Alleyway Test
- Introduction with Modeler Adam Ryan - See it, Build it!
- Deleted Scenes
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. --This text refers to an alternate Blu-ray edition.
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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.
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.Read more ›
Most of the way through, I was reasonably content to sit back and let the plot (good vs evil, chosen one, magic artifact yada-yada) pass me by, and simply enjoy the low level jokes, the attention to detail, the fun characters, the hilarious parodies, and the shameless mocking of all manner of pop culture clichés and western life in general.
Only in the last half hour or so of the movie, when the underlying plot is really exposed, do you realise the absolute genius of the story; the amazing parallel between the Lego world's fight against "oppression" and what we've all experienced in real life as kids - when we've gone from diligently making kits from instructions, to letting our imagination run riot.
It means in the end the movie wins on every level - and I thoroughly recommend buying it because I genuinely think you could watch this many times in short succession and still spot new details to be amazed by.
The LEGO Movie arrives on blu-ray with MPEG-4 AVC 1080p 2.40:1 encode. Primary colours are bold and vivid. Blacks are deep and inky. Contrast is consistently filmic and strong. Details are exceptional, like the chips along the edges of the plastic characters, the fingerprints when the light hits Benny or Lord Business just right, the wear and tear of a fading decal and the imperfections of a brick. Edges are clean and natural. To watch this video filling up my entire 12 foot wide screen (using anamorphic lens) is a sight to behold. This is simply a perfect picture. (5/5)
The LEGO Movie 3D arrives on blu-ray with MPEG-4 MVC 1080p 2.40:1 encode. While there aren't any in-your-face 3D gags, overall image depth is stunning. Watching this blu-ray 3D is like seeing the LEGO universe come to life. With the combination of excellent depth and dimensionality, brace yourselves for some of the most immersive and engaging 3D images, since Gravity 3D last year. All the good qualities from the 2D version are not only present, but greatly enhanced. This is a truly immersive 3D experience. (5+/5)
Matching The LEGO Movie's video presentation high-point for high-point is Warner's wonderfully enveloping DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 surround track. It is truly dynamic and surround channels are aggressive. Low-end output is big and boisterous, throwing weight and power behind every blast, explosion, crash and collision. Directionality is precise and involving, pans are smooth, and dynamics never falter. Dialogue is clear. The music is masterfully prioritized. If you have children, be warned that the song Everything Is Awesome in this movie has a similar hypnotic effect on children, like Let It Go from Frozen.Read more ›
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Incredibly funny movie, not just for kids. There are references throughout for adults. And plenty of movie seeds that will give your kid room to explorePublished 2 days ago by Allan mcwatt
IF you havnt seen this film then you have something missing from your life!! One of the funniest kids films ever...Published 5 days ago by Katy Spence
one of my kids ordered this using my prime account. cost more than a month of prime.Published 11 days ago by Amazon Customer
This is one of the best animated films of the decade. It's a children's film, obviously, but there's plenty in there for adults, and it has some smart, underlying messages. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Amazon Customer