The Lego Movie (U)

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Release date

14th February 2014

Running Time

100 minutes


Phil Lord, Christopher Miller


Action, Family, Comedy


Will Ferrell, Liam Neeson, Morgan Freeman, Elizabeth Banks, Will Arnett, Charlie Day, Chris Pratt, Nick Offerman, Alison Brie

An unlikely hero must save the world in this dazzling computer animated Lego adventure! When bearded mystic Vitruvius (Morgan Freeman) gathers his fellow Lego master builders, he has terrible news - nasty CEO President Business (Will Ferrell) plans to end the world! But in times of crisis, a hero will arise. Vitruvius reveals that their hero is a bumbling, unassuming little yellow fellow named Emmet (Chris Pratt). Hopelessly unprepared and ill-equipped Emmet now finds himself drafted into an elite tyrant-thwarting unit. His mini-figure team includes tough girl Wyldstyle (Elizabeth Banks), mysterious Batman (Will Arnett), sweet Uni-Kitty (Alison Brie) and gnarly pirate Metalbeard (Nick Offerman). But the President's ominously named dastardly henchman Bad Cop (Liam Neeson) proves a formidable opponent. Lego finally bursts onto the big screen with this thrilling and funny mission movie, boasting a terrific voice cast. It's written and directed by the creators of quirky hit 'Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs'.

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