Lego Movie 2: The Second Part

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Anyone going to the sneak preview this weekend?

I’m interested to see what happens after Duplo invaded the realm. How will Emmett and Wildstyle deal with this new menace.

Should be a fun time.


Craggle me if old.
 
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Well I have to say overall this movie is a really fun time.

It might be a bit weaker then the 1st one in parts, but as a package is a worthy follow up to it. There were some great laughs and a few unexpected surprises.

I’m not going to post any spoilers (tagged or otherwise) until some more people have had a chance to see it, but if you enjoyed the 1st you are very likely to have a good time with this one as well.

There are a few small things I could nitpick, but I’ll go into that once more people have seen it and posted impressions here.

I will say that it starts right where the 1st one ends, so if you want to see it as some sort of 1 piece epic, you can rewatch the first and then run straight to the theatre for part 2.

Can’t wait to rewatch it and pick up on some stuff I may have missed the 1st time.
 
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So my kids just talked me into going back for a rewatch tonight. It’s the first movie they’ve been interested in watching more than once in the theatres.

Going to watch in 3D this time.
 
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I'm really looking forward to it, but it has a tough act to follow. The first one was more or less perfect, and is one of my favorite movies. I hope the second kicks ass, but we'll see. Fingers crossed.
Wreckit Ralph i felt the same and was let down by the sequel so im the with you. Catiously optimistic.
 
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Taking my daughter to see it tomorrow.

I loved the first one. Am hype!

Sorry, street!
Yay I’ll have at least one other person to talk about it with,

I’m not going to say anything until you post that you are back, as I don’t want to influence your opinion one way or the other.
 

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Yay I’ll have at least one other person to talk about it with,

I’m not going to say anything until you post that you are back, as I don’t want to influence your opinion one way or the other.
I liked it.

It wasn't as good as the first, but it held its own. I just feel like some of the humor was forced, kind of how it was in the Lego Batman movie. But I really liked the last 20 minutes, and I'm looking forward to the Blu-ray release. I hope they can come up with a good idea for a 3rd movie, and close it out as a trilogy.

I'd give it a B.

7/10
 
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Caught this yesterday. I thought it was awesome, and a fitting sequel. Retained the feel and format, but also managed to add to it.

I never really understood the exact relationship regarding whether the lego figures were "real" or all just a story in the kid's imagination from the first movie (they sort of swing it both ways). It bugged me before, but now I realise that it's meant to be slightly ambiguous.

It was actually juggling a LOT of themes and was surprisingly thoughtful.
 
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We saw it yesterday. Loved it. I’ll admit I got a little teary at the end because the main end plot point reminds me of my kids.

Overall funny ass movie with a good point behind it.
 
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