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It was certainly very hilarious, ultimately a bad movie, but hilarious.
I don't know whether it was the inconsistent and downright weird story,
the awkward embarrassing characters who despite the efforts of the
writers, come off as cliché, or the weird childish humour that even
actual children would find contrived and condescending. The animation,
although fluent, looked almost sub-par and made me get chills form
looking at character's creepy faces.
So why did I give it such a high rating? Because when I watched it with
my friends back when we were kids, I saw that it definitely has the
potential to become a cult film, think "The Room" for kids. My friends
and I found ourselves laughing our asses off, not at how good the movie
was, but laughing as one would laugh whilst watching "Sharknado" or
"Birdemic: Shock and Terror". I could see drinking games created from
this movie, drink every time a failed reference to Lego is made, or
drink every time a character says "We build on Each Other" (That line
alone made the movie for me).
If I ever have to babysit children, and they ask me to play the Lego
Movie for them, I would play this one just for kicks. Clutch powers is
legendary, and is so under-rated, it should be up there with all the
other big cult movie titles out there. 10/10, 10/10, 100/100, best
movie, BEST MOVIE! Show everyone this, we need to get the word out to
the world that this movie exists!
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