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KJ P (nl) wrote: Looking back on 2014's The Lego Movie, it's hard to imagine a time that a Lego film wasn't great, but before its initial release, eyes were rolling as if Warner Bros. had completely run out of ideas. While that may be true for the most part, having most of their lineup be superhero films or Harry Potter spinoffs, there is no question that The Lego Movie was better than anyone could've ever predicted. From jokes to an emotional impact, this film was complete gold. After three years time of letting the film settle and evaporate from the hype, I have revisited it many times, and it's just as good as ever. Here is what makes The Lego Movie so great.There were multiple stages to what made this film great in the end. Surprises around every turn is what kept the audience engaged, the hilarious non-stop gags are what had fans raving, and the animation was incredibly addictive to watch. Following Emmet, an average, generic, ordinary, everyday construction worker, he is quickly launched into a global journey after coming across a brick known as the piece of resistance. Meeting characters like Wyldstyle, Batman, Unikitty, Benny, and many other pop culture figures along the way, this film is an all-out gag fest. Who the villain is truly revealed to be, however, is the real heart of the story, which makes this film much more than what it advertises itself to be on its surface.From beginning to end, this film exists to warm you heart, but especially make you laugh, and there is never a dull moment. Throughout each and every new location that is visited throughout this film, a new and likeable character is found, eventually joining their group. Now, kids films usually do have a lot of characters and endless amounts of humour, but making fun of other films and being able to deliver pun after pun and actually have them be hilarious every time, is a very impressive feat. Sure, the jokes and the big reveal at the end is what this film will be remembered most for, but these characters are quite fun themselves, to say the least.My biggest complaint about The Lego Movie, even after forgiving it, is the fact at Warner Bros. only have the rights to DC characters and not Marvel characters. Every brand seems to be represented in some capacity here, except for not a single appearance from a Marvel character. This being due to the fact that Sony, Marvel themselves, Universal, and Fox all own the rights to specific characters. Going forward, this leaves little to no chance of ever seeing the true onslaught of Lego characters. Having said that, they do what they can and make the DC characters some of the most likeable portions of the film. In the end, you can't complain about the film itself, but the overall reasoning behind certain things.Ever since their directing debut in Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, then impressively rebooting 21 Jump Street, they clearly had a knack for what they loved doing. The Lego Movie became yet another near-perfect addition to their filmography and I can't wait to see what they conjure up for the untitled Han Solo film. In the end, The Lego Movie does get tiresome from how many jokes it throws at you and the onslaught of characters feels unfinished, but those are so infinitesimally small, that this film almost earns a perfect score from me. The Lego Movie is one of the most impressive animated films in quite some time. If for some reason you haven't checked it out, it's hard to say that you won't at least laugh a few times if you don't find yourself loving it as a whole. This film is fantastic!
Milly B (fr) wrote: When Almodovar makes a film, he really puts his heart and soul into it. This piece was beautiful, well directed, good script, excellent cinematography. It had all the elements that make a great film.
Nick D (gb) wrote: Quite possibly one of the greatest animated movies I have ever seen. ???
Robert F (it) wrote: Great music. I just wish there was a soundtrack.
Jonna V (es) wrote: Curiosity satisfied.
Liam A (ag) wrote: my favourite aussie film, great 80's exploitation film where in an alternate 80's Sydney the unemployed are lured into the Star Drive In with a cheap ticket price and little do they know, once they are in they can never leave! this doesnt bother the lot of the people living in the drive-in but it does bother Crabs (yes thats his nickname! lol) and all he wants to do is get out! must see aussie film! 9/10
Dave S (ru) wrote: Looks fantastic - great lighting/cinematography/remastering. Lucille Ball is pretty good here as well. The first two-thirds are largely unpredictable due to unconventional pacing, but those last few twists kind of keep this from being great.
TheLords A (de) wrote: Alright so now I'm touching on the best picture winners from back in the 40's. And to start that off, I have just finished seeing the film that won best picture back in 1941 even thought many believed that it should've been Citizen Kane considering that, that film has become one of the greatest films of all time. So here's my review for How Green Was My Valley. Plot: The film revolves roughly around a young boy named Hue Morgan who lives in a valley in South Wales coalfield with his welsh family containing his parents and 5 older brothers and his older sister, Angharad. As the movie goes on, Hue and his family witness all sorts of happiness and tragedy that the people of the valley go through as part of telling what everyday life back then was like. Okay so the obvious thing to point out that I do agree that Citizen Kane should not have lost to this film in any way shape or form. But does that mean it's a bad or so-so film like some of the winners I've recently seen like Cimmaron, The Great, Ziegfield, and The Last Emperor? Actually no this time. While it's not a masterpiece, the film is enjoyable simply because of what it is really about. Telling us what life was like for those people. They used some good actors that gave us characters to care about - most notably, to me was probably Walter Pidgeon, Maureen O'Hara, Donald Crisp, and Sara Allgood as Mr. Gruffydd, Angharad, and Mr. and Mrs. Mogan respectively, and gave us things that they face that altogether made this movie touching and dramatic with all the joys and hardships that these people went though. It was a well made film that might not exactly had a main plot line outside of just showing their lives, but it was still enjoyable with how they did it and what kinds of characters and events they had that didn't make it worthy for winning best picture, but a nice enough film that it's at least a respectable movie to lose to. And that's basically there is to say for my review for How Green Was My Valley.
bill s (au) wrote: It's a giant heaping helping of gooey goodness of cheese.Just a fun little popcorn movie,nothing more nothing less.
Tony S (nl) wrote: How did Mike Judge see today?
Charles M (de) wrote: Such a gratifying movie-- Clint Eastwood at his best-- fun music and so enjoyable.
Becky B (gb) wrote: This movie is very deep and thought-provoking. I thoroughly enjoyed watching this film, its plot is very original and the characters all have a lot of personality. The film also evokes a lot of emotional feelings in its viewers that you will never feel with any other movie. It's a must-see for all ages.
Matthew S (mx) wrote: Though, dated in early 1980's paranoia, this masterful low budget cult classic still packs an entertaining punch. "Long live the new flesh!"
Mike K (de) wrote: Mediocre revenger wth Forster turning to his own brand of justice. C+