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1,767 Ratings

The LEGO Movie

United States, Australia, 2014
Animation, Comedy, Action


An ordinary LEGO minifigure, mistakenly thought to be the extraordinary MasterBuilder, is recruited to join a quest to stop an evil tyrant from destroying the universe.

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The LEGO Movie Directed by Phil Lord, Christopher Miller, Chris McKay

Awards & Festivals

Academy Awards

2015 | Nominee: Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures, Original Song

Village Voice Film Poll

2014 | Winner: Best Animated Feature Film

National Board of Review

2014 | 2 wins including: Best Original Screenplay

BAFTA Awards

2014 | Winner: Best Feature Film

2014 | Nominee: BAFTA Kids Vote - Feature Film (BAFTA Children's Award)

2015 | Winner: Best Animated Feature Film

Pixar monopolizes discussions of great contemporary animation, as much for the company’s intricate computer animation as its reputation for mature themes. The Lego Movie, like the rest of Lord and Miller’s work, is a reminder that a movie can be fussily crafted in the name of simply being fun, a lesson that more filmmakers should heed in this age of didactic tent poles.
June 17, 2014
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…It’s good. It’s certainly smart, and like semi-related “properties” before it — the Toy Story films, or even “My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic” — the film insinuates itself into the only classy high road left for this sort of high capitalist kiddie art. It displays its sheepish ambivalence about the fact that its raison d’être is the promotion and sale of toys.
June 05, 2014
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‘More clever than funny’ would be my overall verdict – but it’s hard to argue with its ceaseless inventiveness… What ensues is (yes) a hodgepodge – but a clever one. The pop-culture references are witty, and indeed this sarcastic, narcissistic Batman is much more fun than Christian Bale’s mopey Batman. The crammed-solid visuals aren’t exactly elegant (try The Grand Budapest Hotel for that), but they’re inexhaustible.
March 31, 2014
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