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The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part (2019) Full movie review everything is totally not awesome this time

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The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part is a 2019 adventure comedy animation film produced by the Warner Animation Group and distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures. A direct sequel to The Lego Movie (2014), it is the fourth film in the franchise, following the release of two spin-offs, The Lego Batman Movie and The Lego Ninjago Movie (both 2017). Animal Logic, who provided the animation for all the films in the franchise, returned.

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Directed by Mike Mitchell

Produced by Dan Lin, Phil Lord, Christopher Miller, Roy Lee, Jinko Gotoh

Screenplay by Phil Lord, Christopher Miller

Story by Phil Lord, Christopher Miller, Matthew Fogel

Based on Lego Construction Toys

Starring Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Banks, Will Arnett, Tiffany Haddish, Stephanie Beatriz, Charlie Day, Alison Brie

Music by Mark Mothersbaugh

Production Warner Animation Group, Lego System A/S, Rideback, Lord Miller Productions, Vertigo Entertainment

Distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures

Release date February 7, 2019 (Denmark)
February 8, 2019 (United States

Release date February 7, 2019 (Denmark)
February 8, 2019 (United States

The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part (2019) review

The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part-written by this decade’s legit greatest animated movie screenwriters, Chris Miller and Phil Lord (who make most of Disney’s recent attributes seem like child’s play),-comes off as a passably tolerable, vibrantly decorated childrens’ feature that later on blossoms itself into a flamingly witty childrens’ AND adults’ feature that’s bound to electrify the little ones while maybe even stuffing the parents with un-toughening amounts of misty-eyed, raw emotion.

So a little background on my experience with the first one. Most people seem to have deemed it as “one of the best animated movies of the decade” back in 2014. I’m not messing around though when I say that I wholeheartedly think that The LEGO Movie IS the best animated movie of the decade! To this day, I view it as the most unexpectedly “awesome” movie I’ve ever witnessed in my entire life. So as prophesied, I was pleading for this sequel to live up to its predecessor-despite disliking the watery trailers/teaser trailers/teaser teaser trailers/whatever configuration of a trailer I left out-and not bail-out like Hollywood’s most popular, trivial, hop-scotch prequel/sequel/spinoff cash grabs.

For the first half of this movie, I can’t lie, I was getting a tad concerned that this movie was going to suffer from major sequelitis due to its awfully turbo, too-meta-for-it’s-own-good formula-that might I add, has become quite established already since we’ve seen this recipe fabricated more productively in three other LEGO movies. This mundane scheme appeared to be leading this movie off into oblivion. But, once the film gets kicking, it GETS kicking. The nucleus of this film starts to reveal itself as an emulate of the original LEGO Movie, thanks to its deftly kiddie-like version of a Christopher Nolan screenplay.

The Second Part decides to traverse off into another domain of family morals that sharply resonates as another clever parallel between the real world and the LEGO world that had me, by fair means, moved. Additionally, there are boatloads of themes that are acutely wholesome-although, slightly trite-that kids can blissfully digest. Also, there are some good, good twists in here which ultimately, sustains the LCU’s (LEGO Cinematic Universe’s) streak of surprises.

Yes, it’s not quite as authoritative or proficient as the original but, gosh-darn it, I can’t deny that I was meticulously spellbinded by this rib-tickling sequel. Everything is totally not not awesome this time around.

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