If ever a movie could be described as playful then it's this beguilingly bonkers computer animation
If ever a movie could be described as playful then it’s this beguilingly bonkers computer animation.
Slotting together childhood innocence, adult irreverence and some brazen product placement, it is a work of joyous entertainment created entirely out of the famous plastic bricks.
Bowling along with the mad leaps and bounds of a child’s imagination, the delightfully loopy save-the-world plot has Chris Pratt’s Minifigure everyman careering through different Lego universes while battling Will Ferrell’s evil tyrant and his chief minion, Liam Neeson’s Bad Cop/Good Cop.
The snarkiest jokes will fly right over children’s heads, but the film’s knowingness is tempered with a genuine sweetness and it looks charming, too. Put all these elements together and you have a movie to enchant young and old.