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22nd Mar '17 2:37:49 PM StFan
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** ...and, even wore, [[spoiler:was ''tortured or otherwise coerced into to doing so.]]
22nd Mar '17 12:43:49 PM datadoggieein
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** ...and, even wore, [[spoiler:was ''tortured or otherwise coerced into to doing so.]]
12th Mar '17 6:42:11 PM NightShade96
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* {{Foreshadowing}}:
** Near the very beginning of the film, during the establishing shots of the city, [[spoiler:look at the Lord Business billboards in the background; phrases such as "President because he says so" and "What part of 'No' do you not understand?" can be seen on them. This would indicate that Finn and his father have had LEGO-based disputes before.]]
** Noticed the rubber-band and lollipop wand Vitruvius has? [[spoiler:Those, along with the "relics" Lord Business collects, suggests that the LEGO World takes place somewhere very close to us humans.]]
** [[spoiler: The first time in the film Taco Tuesday is mentioned, Lord Business says all the citizens will receive "a free taco, and my undying love!" At the end of the movie, Finn gets both from his father]].
** When they enter Emmet's mind, Vitruvius mentions "The Man Upstairs" and Emmet thinks of a construction of him, [[spoiler:shaped like a giant human hand]]. This is somewhat negated by a FreezeFrameBonus earlier on.
** Take a close look at Lord Business' helmet and cape. [[spoiler:It's a red tie, just like the one Finn's dad wears.]]
** Several sound effects, such as the noise of a plane taking off, are made up of mouth voice. You'd think it's just PlayedForLaughs until [[spoiler:it is revealed that the entire movie is set within a real-life kid's imagination while playing with his father's LEGO set effecting a whole 'nother world. This is further elaborated upon when Vitruvius is a ghost; he is obviously covered with a LEGO blanket piece to make him look like a ghost, and he is ''obviously'' dangling by a string]].
** Two things pointing out that [[spoiler:Emmet is just viewed as a rather bland fellow by the others: firstly, the people that he speaks to on his way to work never actually refer to him by name, instead using various forms of 'you'. And secondly, Emmet is never in line when he's walking with the other construction workers.]]
** Cloud Cuckoo Land is one giant foreshadow. [[spoiler:Everything shown within that world, including all the mishmashed types of Master Builders that gathered and the Uni-Kitty's speech about rules, implies that there was a reason it was different from the other, more ordered, parts of the world -- a reason which necessitated its complete removal from the universe.]]
** Emmet's encouraging of the Master Builders to work together, and their difficulty in doing so at first. [[spoiler:It's difficult to get different mindsets to meet in the middle, after all.]]
** When Emmet [[spoiler: touches the Piece of Resistance, he falls unconscious and is treated to a vision. A flash of the vision briefly shows Finn's covered face and hand, a silhouetted man opening a door, and a cat poster. Finn's voice can be heard telling him that it's his turn to be the hero. He also sees the Believe cat poster.]] Also during Emmet's [[spoiler: vision, there's a shot of Emmet falling down a long, multicoloured tunnel.]]
** '''Everything Is Awesome'''. [[spoiler:The lyrics are one giant spoiler for the movie and the ending!]]
** More subtle, when Batman and Emmet are discussing the plan:
-->'''Emmet:''' Batman, when we get into this room there are gonna be audio sensors everywhere. We can't make a sound.\\
'''Batman:''' Don't worry, ''Dad'', I read your dumb instructions. Stop yelling at me!
** One not connected to TheReveal: the compartments in the double decker couch used to hide our heroes [[spoiler:are just like the smuggling panels in the [[StarWars Millennium Falcon]].]]
** After the movie's opening {{prologue}}--the only part of the film that doesn't involve Emmet in any way--the title card says "[[TimeSkip 8 and 1/2 Years Later]]" before we're properly introduced to Emmet. It seems like an oddly specific length of time, because it's a hint that [[spoiler: Emmet is a stand-in for Finn, and the movie is a metaphor for his life]]. 8 and 1/2 is [[spoiler: Finn's age]].
** In a similar vein to the aforementioned billboards, Lord Business' instructions for being liked and fitting in include things like "Always smile", "listen to popular music", "return compliments" and other things of that nature. In short, [[spoiler: all things that a father might tell his son in an effort to make him fit in better (and in the case of Finn's father, probably based on his own implied struggles to fit in.)]]
* FreezeFrameBonus:
** When the film's logo is being built, a cat can be seen in the first few seconds standing on a few LEGO blocks.
** When Lord Business is seizing the Kragle, you can see some robots laying a ruler down on the ground over the gap between them and the platform the Kragle's on, presumably using it as a bridge.
** A background minifigure in the coffee shop wears a Toys/{{Fabuland}} shirt -- a theme that was discontinued 24 years ago. Another wears the stylized "B" logo used in [[Toys/LEGOSpace the second-series Blacktron sets]]. Fabuland also shows up in the "Other Lands" section of Wyldstyle's InfoDump.
** Road signs point to Paradisa, Heartlake City (from Toys/LEGOFriends) and Century Skyway (an airport set from 1994).
** The laser in the melting chamber is a laser pointer.
** The old timey time board in the Wild West scene has "Copyrighted by Octan" on it.
** When Vitruvius is introducing his fellow Master Builders, pause when he introduces the Mermaid. One of the Master Builders in the background is [[Toys/LEGOAdventurers Johnny Thunder]].
** Several themes are lumped into the "other lands" category and flash by briefly during Vitruvius' earlier info dump, including [[Toys/{{BIONICLE}} Mata Nui]].
** When one of the pigs falls off the broken railroad bridge, it turns into sausages when it lands.
** During the meeting of the Master Builders at The Dog, [[spoiler:the tracking device on Emmet's leg]] can be seen in a few shots.
** When Emmet [[spoiler: touches the Piece of Resistance, he falls unconscious and a flash of the vision briefly shows a silhouetted human man opening a door]].
** The other signs for Metalbeard's "Rules of the Sea" include: "Never put ye hand in a clam's mouth", "[[KnowWhenToFoldEm Always abandon a lost cause]]", "[[Film/ClashOfTheTitans2010 Never release a Kraken]]", and "Never wear a dress on Tuesday".
** Blink and you'll miss it: When Vitruvius and Wyldstyle are entering Emmet's mind, quickly pause at the bright flashing lights to see Wyldstyle's, Emmet's and Vitruvius's heads interchange with one another.
** When Metalbeard transforms into a singing robot on the ship, look closely when it cuts to Emmet to see Uni-Kitty's face of disgust.
** During Wyldstyle's backstory InfoDump, she mentions that all the realms were connected and people could build whatever they wanted. This is represented by two minifigs of Cleopatra and a wind-up robot building something, before Lord Business' walls separate them. [[spoiler: Fast forward to the end, after Lord Business completes his HeelFaceTurn and the realms are saved, and you can see Cleopatra and the wind-up robot dancing off to one side of the heroes.]]
** When [[spoiler: The Man Upstairs is Kragle-ing everything, one of the things he does is Kragle a pair of pants onto the actor from ''Where Are My Pants?'']]
** Among the other worlds we see when [[spoiler:Benny finally builds his spaceship]] is an outer-space one with two astronauts that just happen to have no-gleam eyes like Emmet and Benny. [[ButWhatAboutTheAstronauts Which may raise some implications.]]
** Another blink-and-you'll-miss-it moment: during the fight scene in the melting chamber, quickly pause when Wyldstyle hits a table. You'll find a "Melting Room Schedule" that includes events such as an "orange juice break" and "Frank's Birthday Party," as well as the notes "Don't forget to clean the laser!" and "How about YOU clean it?"
** During any scenes where a character is moving around quickly (e.g. the scenes when Wyldstyle build the motorcycle in the alleyway and [[spoiler:Benny rapidly builds his spaceship]]), at certain times the characters get motion-blurred into plain LEGO bricks, in a creative use of a smear. Some good examples can be seen here [[http://imgur.com/a/J0QjA#0]].
** During the end credits, an UsefulNotes/AcademyAward and ComicBook/{{Catwoman}}'s mask can be seen on the conveyor belt.

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* {{Foreshadowing}}:
** Near the very beginning of the film, during the establishing shots of the city, [[spoiler:look at the Lord Business billboards in the background; phrases such as "President because he says so" and "What part of 'No' do you not understand?" can be seen on them. This would indicate that Finn and his father have had LEGO-based disputes before.]]
** Noticed the rubber-band and lollipop wand Vitruvius has? [[spoiler:Those, along with the "relics" Lord Business collects, suggests that the LEGO World takes place somewhere very close to us humans.]]
** [[spoiler: The first time in the film Taco Tuesday is mentioned, Lord Business says all the citizens will receive "a free taco, and my undying love!" At the end of the movie, Finn gets both from his father]].
** When they enter Emmet's mind, Vitruvius mentions "The Man Upstairs" and Emmet thinks of a construction of him, [[spoiler:shaped like a giant human hand]]. This is somewhat negated by a FreezeFrameBonus earlier on.
** Take a close look at Lord Business' helmet and cape. [[spoiler:It's a red tie, just like the one Finn's dad wears.]]
** Several sound effects, such as the noise of a plane taking off, are made up of mouth voice. You'd think it's just PlayedForLaughs until [[spoiler:it is revealed that the entire movie is set within a real-life kid's imagination while playing with his father's LEGO set effecting a whole 'nother world. This is further elaborated upon when Vitruvius is a ghost; he is obviously covered with a LEGO blanket piece to make him look like a ghost, and he is ''obviously'' dangling by a string]].
** Two things pointing out that [[spoiler:Emmet is just viewed as a rather bland fellow by the others: firstly, the people that he speaks to on his way to work never actually refer to him by name, instead using various forms of 'you'. And secondly, Emmet is never in line when he's walking with the other construction workers.]]
** Cloud Cuckoo Land is one giant foreshadow. [[spoiler:Everything shown within that world, including all the mishmashed types of Master Builders that gathered and the Uni-Kitty's speech about rules, implies that there was a reason it was different from the other, more ordered, parts of the world -- a reason which necessitated its complete removal from the universe.]]
** Emmet's encouraging of the Master Builders to work together, and their difficulty in doing so at first. [[spoiler:It's difficult to get different mindsets to meet in the middle, after all.]]
** When Emmet [[spoiler: touches the Piece of Resistance, he falls unconscious and is treated to a vision. A flash of the vision briefly shows Finn's covered face and hand, a silhouetted man opening a door, and a cat poster. Finn's voice can be heard telling him that it's his turn to be the hero. He also sees the Believe cat poster.]] Also during Emmet's [[spoiler: vision, there's a shot of Emmet falling down a long, multicoloured tunnel.]]
** '''Everything Is Awesome'''. [[spoiler:The lyrics are one giant spoiler for the movie and the ending!]]
** More subtle, when Batman and Emmet are discussing the plan:
-->'''Emmet:''' Batman, when we get into this room there are gonna be audio sensors everywhere. We can't make a sound.\\
'''Batman:''' Don't worry, ''Dad'', I read your dumb instructions. Stop yelling at me!
** One not connected to TheReveal: the compartments in the double decker couch used to hide our heroes [[spoiler:are just like the smuggling panels in the [[StarWars Millennium Falcon]].]]
** After the movie's opening {{prologue}}--the only part of the film that doesn't involve Emmet in any way--the title card says "[[TimeSkip 8 and 1/2 Years Later]]" before we're properly introduced to Emmet. It seems like an oddly specific length of time, because it's a hint that [[spoiler: Emmet is a stand-in for Finn, and the movie is a metaphor for his life]]. 8 and 1/2 is [[spoiler: Finn's age]].
** In a similar vein to the aforementioned billboards, Lord Business' instructions for being liked and fitting in include things like "Always smile", "listen to popular music", "return compliments" and other things of that nature. In short, [[spoiler: all things that a father might tell his son in an effort to make him fit in better (and in the case of Finn's father, probably based on his own implied struggles to fit in.)]]
* FreezeFrameBonus:
** When the film's logo is being built, a cat can be seen in the first few seconds standing on a few LEGO blocks.
** When Lord Business is seizing the Kragle, you can see some robots laying a ruler down on the ground over the gap between them and the platform the Kragle's on, presumably using it as a bridge.
** A background minifigure in the coffee shop wears a Toys/{{Fabuland}} shirt -- a theme that was discontinued 24 years ago. Another wears the stylized "B" logo used in [[Toys/LEGOSpace the second-series Blacktron sets]]. Fabuland also shows up in the "Other Lands" section of Wyldstyle's InfoDump.
** Road signs point to Paradisa, Heartlake City (from Toys/LEGOFriends) and Century Skyway (an airport set from 1994).
** The laser in the melting chamber is a laser pointer.
** The old timey time board in the Wild West scene has "Copyrighted by Octan" on it.
** When Vitruvius is introducing his fellow Master Builders, pause when he introduces the Mermaid. One of the Master Builders in the background is [[Toys/LEGOAdventurers Johnny Thunder]].
** Several themes are lumped into the "other lands" category and flash by briefly during Vitruvius' earlier info dump, including [[Toys/{{BIONICLE}} Mata Nui]].
** When one of the pigs falls off the broken railroad bridge, it turns into sausages when it lands.
** During the meeting of the Master Builders at The Dog, [[spoiler:the tracking device on Emmet's leg]] can be seen in a few shots.
** When Emmet [[spoiler: touches the Piece of Resistance, he falls unconscious and a flash of the vision briefly shows a silhouetted human man opening a door]].
** The other signs for Metalbeard's "Rules of the Sea" include: "Never put ye hand in a clam's mouth", "[[KnowWhenToFoldEm Always abandon a lost cause]]", "[[Film/ClashOfTheTitans2010 Never release a Kraken]]", and "Never wear a dress on Tuesday".
** Blink and you'll miss it: When Vitruvius and Wyldstyle are entering Emmet's mind, quickly pause at the bright flashing lights to see Wyldstyle's, Emmet's and Vitruvius's heads interchange with one another.
** When Metalbeard transforms into a singing robot on the ship, look closely when it cuts to Emmet to see Uni-Kitty's face of disgust.
** During Wyldstyle's backstory InfoDump, she mentions that all the realms were connected and people could build whatever they wanted. This is represented by two minifigs of Cleopatra and a wind-up robot building something, before Lord Business' walls separate them. [[spoiler: Fast forward to the end, after Lord Business completes his HeelFaceTurn and the realms are saved, and you can see Cleopatra and the wind-up robot dancing off to one side of the heroes.]]
** When [[spoiler: The Man Upstairs is Kragle-ing everything, one of the things he does is Kragle a pair of pants onto the actor from ''Where Are My Pants?'']]
** Among the other worlds we see when [[spoiler:Benny finally builds his spaceship]] is an outer-space one with two astronauts that just happen to have no-gleam eyes like Emmet and Benny. [[ButWhatAboutTheAstronauts Which may raise some implications.]]
** Another blink-and-you'll-miss-it moment: during the fight scene in the melting chamber, quickly pause when Wyldstyle hits a table. You'll find a "Melting Room Schedule" that includes events such as an "orange juice break" and "Frank's Birthday Party," as well as the notes "Don't forget to clean the laser!" and "How about YOU clean it?"
** During any scenes where a character is moving around quickly (e.g. the scenes when Wyldstyle build the motorcycle in the alleyway and [[spoiler:Benny rapidly builds his spaceship]]), at certain times the characters get motion-blurred into plain LEGO bricks, in a creative use of a smear. Some good
{{Foreshadowing}}: Enough examples can be seen here [[http://imgur.com/a/J0QjA#0]].
** During the end credits, an UsefulNotes/AcademyAward and ComicBook/{{Catwoman}}'s mask can be seen on the conveyor belt.
to have [[Foreshadowing/TheLEGOMovie its own page]].
* FreezeFrameBonus: Has [[FreezeFrameBonus/TheLEGOMovie its own page]].



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The movie gets away with a lot of stuff that couldn't be done in either live action or conventional animation, simply because EverythingsBuiltWithLEGO.
** For instance, a character gets decapitated and his severed head is shown on-screen for nearly a minute, but it's neither squicky, gory, nor anything inappropriate.
** Michelangelo (the artist) has brought a white statue with him to the assembly of Master Builders, the statue of David. Like the real statue it's nude, but unlike the real statue it's a Lego minifigure with nothing to censor.
** In the "Behind the Bricks" featurette, President Business moans about why they got Will Ferrell to voice him, then starts doing imitations of famous actors who he wanted to voice him. At one point he mentions ''Ryan Gosling'', then takes off his shirt to reveal a six-pack, raises his eyebrow and a wolf-whistle sound plays.
** Near the beginning, when talking about getting something to eat, a male construction worker says he likes giant sausages. The fact it's a stereotype that many construction workers are gay, there is no way this was a coincidence.
** Metalbeard's story finishes with him escaping with nothing but his head (and sundry organs); represented in -- thank Heaven -- silhouette by a long rope and a few specks. Obviously his intestines and all them pod-shaped insides.
** Vitrivius asks ''[[BringMyBrownPants Why are my pants cold and wet?]]'', to which Wyldstyle [[TooMuchInformation reacts with horror.]] [[spoiler:Turns out the submarine is leaking.]]
** Good Cop/Bad Cop tells Emmet he was found "convulsing with a strange piece", to which Emmet responds "That's disgusting!" Whatever he was thinking that meant is a mystery.
** Metalbeard tells Benny the first rule of the ocean: never place your rear end on a pirate's face.
** In the end when everybody's getting creative again, a French guy is happily sticking his croissant into a hole (in a plate).

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The movie gets away with a lot of stuff that couldn't be done in either live action or conventional animation, simply because EverythingsBuiltWithLEGO.
** For instance, a character gets decapitated and his severed head is shown on-screen for nearly a minute, but it's neither squicky, gory, nor anything inappropriate.
** Michelangelo (the artist) has brought a white statue with him to the assembly of Master Builders, the statue of David. Like the real statue it's nude, but unlike the real statue it's a Lego minifigure with nothing to censor.
** In the "Behind the Bricks" featurette, President Business moans about why they got Will Ferrell to voice him, then starts doing imitations of famous actors who he wanted to voice him. At one point he mentions ''Ryan Gosling'', then takes off his shirt to reveal a six-pack, raises his eyebrow and a wolf-whistle sound plays.
** Near the beginning, when talking about getting something to eat, a male construction worker says he likes giant sausages. The fact it's a stereotype that many construction workers are gay, there is no way this was a coincidence.
** Metalbeard's story finishes with him escaping with nothing but his head (and sundry organs); represented in -- thank Heaven -- silhouette by a long rope and a few specks. Obviously his intestines and all them pod-shaped insides.
** Vitrivius asks ''[[BringMyBrownPants Why are my pants cold and wet?]]'', to which Wyldstyle [[TooMuchInformation reacts with horror.]] [[spoiler:Turns out the submarine is leaking.]]
** Good Cop/Bad Cop tells Emmet he was found "convulsing with a strange piece", to which Emmet responds "That's disgusting!" Whatever he was thinking that meant is a mystery.
** Metalbeard tells Benny the first rule of the ocean: never place your rear end on a pirate's face.
** In the end when everybody's getting creative again, a French guy is happily sticking his croissant into a hole (in a plate).
Has [[Radar/TheLEGOMovie its own page]].
5th Mar '17 11:47:47 AM nombretomado
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** Being produced by the same studio that owns Creator/DCComics means their super heroes can play a big part. Franchise/{{Batman}} plays a secondary role, and Franchise/{{Superman}}, Franchise/WonderWoman, Franchise/GreenLantern and Franchise/TheFlash all appear. [[MarvelComics Marvel]] characters, [[ExiledFromContinuity on the other hand...]]

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** Being produced by the same studio that owns Creator/DCComics means their super heroes can play a big part. Franchise/{{Batman}} plays a secondary role, and Franchise/{{Superman}}, Franchise/WonderWoman, Franchise/GreenLantern and Franchise/TheFlash all appear. [[MarvelComics Marvel]] Creator/{{Marvel|Comics}} characters, [[ExiledFromContinuity on the other hand...]]
26th Feb '17 1:05:44 PM QuackorTheFowl
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Has a 2018 sequel in the works, with Lord and Miller again writing the script and Chris [=McKay=] taking the director's chair, and two 2017 {{spin off}}s; ''WesternAnimation/TheLEGOBatmanMovie'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheLEGONinjagoMovie''.

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Has a 2018 2019 sequel in the works, with Lord and Miller again writing the script (along with ''WesternAnimation/BoJackHorseman'' creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg) and Chris [=McKay=] Mike Mitchell of ''WesternAnimation/{{Trolls}}'' and ''Film/SkyHigh'' fame taking the director's chair, and two 2017 {{spin off}}s; ''WesternAnimation/TheLEGOBatmanMovie'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheLEGONinjagoMovie''.
24th Feb '17 2:22:41 PM DrakeClawfang
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** "See everything" is used repeatedly to refer to the power of the Master Builders to see the potential in the pieces around them.
22nd Feb '17 5:43:20 PM DrakeClawfang
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** All the sets and backgrounds are actually made of LEGO (albeit CG). Even more impressive is that it was all initially built using Lego's own Lego Set designing program, which means that everything could actually be physically built assuming you had the necessary pieces.

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** All the sets and backgrounds are actually made of LEGO (albeit CG). Even more impressive is that it was all initially built using Lego's own Lego Set designing program, which means that everything could actually be physically built assuming you had the necessary pieces. Furthermore, when the Master Builders visualize building something, each piece is seen with its real-world identification number floating nearby as well.
15th Feb '17 7:56:23 PM Jayalaw
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* EvenEvilHasStandards: Though ultimately coerced into doing it, Bad Cop was ''very'' reluctant to use the Kragle [[spoiler:on his parents]].

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* EvenEvilHasStandards: Though ultimately coerced into doing it, Bad Cop was ''very'' reluctant to use the Kragle [[spoiler:on his parents]]. He also is shocked when [[spoiler:a dying Vitruvius reveals that he made up the prophecy, meaning Emmet wasn't lying during his interrogation, and when Lord Business turns on him.]]



** After the movie's opening {{prologue}}--the only part of the film that doesn't involve Emmett in any way--the title card says "[[TimeSkip 8 and 1/2 Years Later]]" before we're properly introduced to Emmett. It seems like an oddly specific length of time, because it's a hint that [[spoiler: Emmett is a stand-in for Finn, and the movie is a metaphor for his life]]. 8 and 1/2 is [[spoiler: Finn's age]].

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** After the movie's opening {{prologue}}--the only part of the film that doesn't involve Emmett Emmet in any way--the title card says "[[TimeSkip 8 and 1/2 Years Later]]" before we're properly introduced to Emmett. Emmet. It seems like an oddly specific length of time, because it's a hint that [[spoiler: Emmett Emmet is a stand-in for Finn, and the movie is a metaphor for his life]]. 8 and 1/2 is [[spoiler: Finn's age]].


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* HeartIsAnAwesomePower:
** What use is a construction LEGO to Master Builders? Pretty useful in that he knows how to assemble the Master Builders into a team, the structure of every skyscraper and security system, and how to stall Master Business until they get the piece of resistance on the Kragle.
** Wyldstyle [[spoiler:also tells the ordinary Lego citizens to rebuild the world around them to stop the mass Kragle invasion, for "freedom Friday, on a Tuesday". This buys the citizens enough time for Finn to return Emmet to the LEGO world.]]


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* HellYesMoment: When Benny finally gets to build his spaceship, [[spoiler:after Emmet's HeroicSacrifice]], he goes crazy with making and flying it through the police forces, as well as most of the scenery.


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** Within a few minutes of it being said the first time, "[[HeroicSacrifice See you later]], [[NeverSayGoodbye alligator]]."
* ItsUpToYou: [[spoiler:Finn]] tells Emmet this before [[spoiler:sending him back to the LEGO world.]]
13th Feb '17 12:47:28 AM ZuTheSkunk
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* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: Bad Cop's parents seem strangely calm about winding up inside Lord Business' office while Business himself is wearing his EvilOverlord suit.

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Bad Cop's parents seem strangely calm about winding up inside Lord Business' office while Business himself is wearing his EvilOverlord suit.suit.
** Emmet has absolutely no reaction to being approached by [[spoiler:the ghost of recently deceased Vitruvius.]]
9th Feb '17 11:26:07 AM tvtropesruinedmylife22
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Has a 2018 sequel in the works, with Lord and Miller again writing the script and Chris [=McKay=] taking the director's chair, and a 2017 SpinOff, ''WesternAnimation/TheLEGOBatmanMovie''. Another SpinOff, ''WesternAnimation/TheLEGONinjagoMovie'', is also slated to come out sometime in 2017.

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Has a 2018 sequel in the works, with Lord and Miller again writing the script and Chris [=McKay=] taking the director's chair, and a two 2017 SpinOff, ''WesternAnimation/TheLEGOBatmanMovie''. Another SpinOff, ''WesternAnimation/TheLEGONinjagoMovie'', is also slated to come out sometime in 2017.
{{spin off}}s; ''WesternAnimation/TheLEGOBatmanMovie'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheLEGONinjagoMovie''.
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