It’s a good time to be a primary-coloured brick. The idea of a film built around a game hasn’t always been a guaranteed box
Without stating the apparent obviousness, I'm very much in the pro-camp. Or as some of my fellow impassioned supporters call it, Get The Fuck In or Fuck the Fuck Off. With the date coming nearer and nearer, it's hard for anyone to be on the fence and it's becoming increasingly feisty.
A film titled The Lego Movie, which was based on the ultra-popular Danish multi-purpose bricks could so easily have been a glorified advert. In many ways it is, and in so many other ways it's much more.
Because even actors made of bricks fluff their lines. Don't believe us? Just check out the very funny compilation of 'outtakes
Already out in the US, Here are 5 reasons UK grown-ups, along with their inner child, should go to see The LEGO Movie this weekend...
There are several good reasons to be happy about the release of the upcoming Lego Movie. Firstly, it looks freakin' awesome
Here at HuffPost Tech, we like to think that Lego is one of those 'culture of gadgets' topics that falls under our remit