the lego movie
Everything is certainly not awesome in this re-imagining of 'The Lego Movie'. Moving on from the wonderfully happy and colourful
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
It is often said that there's never a bad year for cinema and 2014 emphatically proved that. In a year when cinema admissions were down on the highs of the last few years and no single film crossed the £40m mark for the first time since 2003, it would be easy to be pessimistic about the current state of cinema.
So that was 2014, a year when a comedy compromised the free world, when a tree and a raccoon stole millions of hearts, and when Gilliam, Scorsese, Godzilla and Jack Ryan returned to cinemas, but what, you may yawn, was THE film of the past 12 months?
Lego is now the largest toy company in the world, narrowly beating out Mattel thanks to the company's huge success with The
The blocks contained in the Lego Architecture Studio are varied and interesting in shape, and according to Lego fans actually
YouTube has blocked Greenpeace's Lego 'Everything is NOT awesome' video after it received a copyright claim from Warner Brothers
Phil Lord and Christopher Miller can obviously nail a keen visual style but as with their successful live action re-boot of 21 Jump Street, they have an acidic tongue too.
To celebrate the release of THE LEGO® MOVIE, IN CINEMAS NOW! We’ve got a competition for three lucky people to win some great
'The Lego Movie' - the greatest movie ever assembled - has taken UK audiences by storm, becoming the year's most successful