The LEGO (R) Movie” is the first-ever, full-length theatrical LEGO (R) adventure. The original 3D computer animated story follows Emmet (Chris Pratt) an ordinary, rules- following, perfectly average LEGO minifigure who is mistakenly identified as the most extraordinary person and the key to saving the world. He is drafted into a fellowship of strangers on an epic quest to stop an evil tyrant, a journey for which Emmet is hopelessly and hilariously underprepared.
In the Lego universe, an ordinary mini-figure named Emmet is mistaken as being the Special (the greatest Master Builder who can save the Lego universe). With the help of an old wizard named Vitruvius, and a tough young woman named Wyldstyle, Batman, Uni-Kitty, Benny, and a pirate named Metalbeard, Emmet will have to unlearn everything he saw in the instructions and discover the power of imagination to defeat the evil Lord Business, a tyrant who is bent on destroying the Lego universe on Taco Tuesday and recreating it as he sees fit by gluing it together.
Once exclusively the domain of Saturday morning cartoons, where they functioned as feature-length commercials for the brands in question, toy-based entertainments now lead the box office, and an assignment like this — which will massively affect the bottom line of the product in question — could have gone any number of ways.
On one hand, “Toy Story” had long since cornered the sincere ode-to-childhood-playthings approach, while the “Transformers” and “G.I. Joe” movies went the overkill route, all but obliterating the notion that those bombastic adventures could in any way relate to how kids use the related toy products, and treating them more like the afterthought tie-ins “Star Wars” and other films typically support.
The experience opens with a bombastic, but not-entirely-serious confrontation between a power-hungry Lego figure named Lord Business (Will Ferrell, back in evil-with-a-wink “Megamind” mode) and good wizard Vitruvius (Morgan Freeman, poking fun at every voice-of-authority figure he’s ever played) for a force that gives whoever possesses it control of the entire Lego universe. This powerful entity is trumped only by the “Man Upstairs.”
This encounter has profound existential implications for Emmet, who had previously been content to follow the rules: buying expensive coffee, watching braindead TV and singing along with an insidiously catchy anthem called “Everything Is Awesome” that keeps the citizens of Bricksburg working, building and buying in lockstep. Now, with his little yellow mind blown, Emmet is pulled into a renegade adventure to help Wyldstyle thwart President Business’ plans to cement his neatly ordered Lego world in place with a substance called Kragle (actually, Krazy Glue, with a few of the letters rubbed off its tube).
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