September 24, 2023



The Lego Movie Makes a Comeback for Rotten Tomatoes 25th Birthday Bash

The Lego Movie Makes a Comeback for Rotten Tomatoes 25th Birthday Bash

Ready for a nostalgic ride? The Lego Movie is coming back to AMC theatres as part of the 25th-anniversary celebrations for Rotten Tomatoes. The iconic review site is ringing in its milestone year by re-releasing 25 cinematic gems, and this fan-loved 2014 flick is among them. Catch it in select theatres from this weekend through September 21.

How The Lego Movie Became a Phenomenon

When Emmet, an ordinary Lego figure voiced by Chris Pratt, is mistakenly dubbed as the world’s saviour, he finds himself on a high-stakes mission to thwart the villainous Lord Business, portrayed by Will Ferrell. The film struck a chord with audiences and reviewers alike, thanks to its standout performances and groundbreaking animation techniques.

After languishing in production limbo for years, the project took off when Phil Lord and Christopher Miller came on board in 2011. The duo aimed for a unique animation style, mimicking stop-motion while using computer graphics. This approach paid off, bringing home numerous awards and even an Oscar nod for Best Original Song. The film was such a smash hit that it led to three more instalments: The Lego Batman Movie, The Lego Ninjago Movie, and The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part.

Alongside Pratt and Ferrell, the movie features an ensemble cast, including Morgan Freeman, Elizabeth Banks, and Will Arnett. Celebrities like Liam Neeson, Nick Offerman, and Alison Brie lend their voices to the whimsical characters that make this movie a modern classic.

Don’t miss your chance to experience The Lego Movie on the big screen again, available in theatres until September 21.

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