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The LEGO® Movie

The LEGO® Movie
The LEGO® Movie

Film Details

Year

2014

Duration

100 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Animation

Language

English (English subtitles)


Synopsis

An ordinary LEGO® mini-figure embarks on an extraordinary quest to save his world in the dazzling, first big-screen LEGO® film. Mistakenly believed to be the ultimate hero, average yellow bloke Emmet gets drafted into a team of Master Builders, all fighting to stop the evil President Business from destroying their brick universe. But while new plastic pals, including tough girl Wyldstyle, wizard Vitruvius and the wonderfully terse Batman, possess the skills their mission requires, poor Emmet is entertainingly ill-equipped. Worse still, the President’s ruthless henchman, Bad Cop/Good Cop, has become totally obsessed with capturing the bumbling fellow. This imaginative, computer-animated adventure is action-packed and extremely funny.

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U Classification

Mild fantasy violence, very mild bad language

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