The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part

A lively animation! - 8/10

by The Movie Inspector

A lively animation, The LEGO Movie 2 is loaded with awesomeness and knows how to keep viewers entertained through its witty comedy. It’s a blast from start to finish that packs a whole lot of adventure with some compelling characters, and a story that always hits the right note!

The movie serves as a sequel to the 2014 hit ‘The LEGO Movie’ and effortlessly manages to build on its predecessor’s success to come out with yet another hit! It knows what it’s doing by constantly staying busy yet keeping organized with the presentation of its plot. Amazing voice performances from the all star cast only elevates the movie further and helps make it memorable. ‘The LEGO Movie 2’ picks off five years after the events of the first movie, and follows Emmett and his friends as they face a new threat that seeks to destroy their lives.

After their great success with the first film, writers Phil Lord and Christopher Miller return and top it off with yet another hilarious and well layered script. One simply doesn’t feel the time pass by in this movie and that says a lot about its smooth flow. It’s pure entertainment from the moment our tiny yellow characters pop up on screen. The comedy presented in the movie is suitable for all ages since it has a little bit of everything for different types of audiences. The songs are just so catchy and you can’t help but move your feet and sing along with them! 

The movie also does well with touching on themes of family and friendship, and building on the importance of each without throwing it in one’s face. Additionally, It also has lots of cool references to other movies that are truly hilarious. One might argue that some confusion is created at certain points throughout the movie but that still never allows it to get off track. So It’s a great movie that everyone should experience and it surely won’t disappoint. The LEGO Movie 2 opens up in cinemas next Thursday!


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