This image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows the character Bad Cop/Good Cop, voiced by Liam Neeson, left, and President Business, voiced by Will Ferrell, in a scene from “The Lego Movie.” (AP Photo/Warner Bros. Pictures)
Young and old fans alike know the joy of dumping a set of Legos on the floor and chucking that instruction manual. After all, throwing a portion of a helicopter on an incomplete racecar could produce the ultimate hybrid.
In “The Lego Movie,” the toy brand’s first theatrical feature (there have been previous straight-to-DVD movies and also video games), audiences are encouraged to wave off routine.
Lego doesn’t need a 3-D animated flick with a $60 million budget to drive sales, but it should expect a spike after this uproarious yet touching tale hits theaters.
When average construction worker Emmet (voiced by an endearing Chris Pratt) accidentally falls into a pit at his worksite, he is met by Login to read more