The Lego movie is one of the greatest kids movies I’ve ever seen. It has a great story, it’s very funny, and the cast does a great job with their characters. I really like the story because it’s more than just a huge LEGO advertisement. There is actually a story to be told and it’s entertaining throughout. There is also a very good message within the story too. There is also some very good humor in this movie. Some of it requires close attention but most of it is just out there. The cast for this movie was great too. They all did a great job. I’d like to point out @prattprattpratt with his role. His really gives it his all with his character. His character Emmit is incredibly memorable and likable. Overall this is a great family movie. It has a great story and a good message in the end. Everything is amazing about this movie. Just kidding, everything is awesome about this movie.
My Grade: A+
My Score: 10/10
Rotten Tomatoes: 96%
Meta Critic: 83
*7 hours later* Just got out of the meeting with the guys and happy to say, they approved of the film. We talked storyline, production, possible outcome, casting, etc. Now time I go to make some phone calls to some cool people. They said once we get our budget set for the film, we’ll get a studio for all the directors, cast, and staff and then we can start filming here we plan to film.
Have the honour to showcase a couple of different AT-ATs ranging from Lego sets to MOCs. Look at the gigantic AT-AT compared with the rest of the playsets!
Big thanks to Seng Yee for donating his MOC AT-ATs for display (MOC AT-AT by Jhae and MOC Plus-Sized AT-AT by Raskolnikov.) Also included are the sets 8129 and 4483, to give a size of scale between MOCs and official Lego sets.
Here's hoping to Lego releasing an official UCS AT-AT in the near future!