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  • Rating 2 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Wasn’t great as the first. 3D felt flat, no Atmos.

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    Owned for 1 week when reviewed.

    -Feature: Had few funny moments but not as much as the first. They tried way to hard this time around. Pros: -Picture; 3D availability. -Sound; 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio had tons of demo reference, low end frequencies that really subbed the woofers in a really good way. The explosions & pounds are top notch! I up-mixed the surround to DTS:X simulation. -Digital Copy; Yes. Cons: -3D; Lacked even for an OLED where it shines. Some depth but not enough. No pop outs or enough demential effect. -Sound; No Atmos even on the 3D disc which is the biggest led down. The biggest reason I got it thinking both were on the 3D disc. Only on the 2D disc which defeats the purpose of my buying 3D & not cheap too. It’s discouraging to watch it twice back to back to listen to the Atmos track which should’ve been in the 3D version in the first place. -Digital Copy; limited. Only HD, no 4K Dolby Vision/Atmos full version upgrade. -Slipcover; No lenticular cover. -Gear used for sound & visuals: LG 65’ C6P 4k/3D passive OLED (manually calibrated) 9.2 Onkyo RZ + pre amp for 7.2.4/11.2 (integrated calibrated then manually tweeted with SPL sound level meter & balance/adjust for full dynamic range) Klipsch Reference Premier towers center sides rears dual R112SW subs Polk Audio MC80 8’ quad in-ceiling heights Oppo 4K UDP-203 Monster cables: Premium Black Platinum HDR HDMIs, THX Audio RCA, Digital Subwoofer Cables & Fiber Optic Ultra 1000 Monoprice 14 gauge awg copper speaker wire Nakamichi Speaker Plugs Auralex Acoustic Isolation platforms

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  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Another Great Lego Movie!!!

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    Owned for 2 weeks when reviewed.

    This Movie Was Great, Batman Was So Funny I Was Just Laughing Every Time He Spoke. Great 3D Effects Loved It.

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  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Lego Movie Too

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    Owned for 11 months when reviewed.

    It's the Lego Movie, but it's not the first one. It's the second one. But it's still the Lego Movie, but it's different than the Lego Movie... But also the same. Seriously, if you like the frenetic energy of the first movie, you'll probably like this one. If you want less Will Ferrel dad, and more mom and little sister, then you'll like it even more. But it's probably not the classic the first one is/will be.

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  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    A childish film that imparts useful lessons

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    It was interesting to see how misguided good intentions could have a devastatingly bad impact on everyone. More importantly, it underscores that villains are not always purely bad guys. Let that be a lesson, people!

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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Lightning (mostly) recaptured in a bottle

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    The original Lego Movie remains an ingenious, beloved film that brilliantly mashed up humor for both the target audience of youngsters and the adult parents that brought them to the theater to watch it. The Lego Movie 2 is another fun romp with Emmet, Wyldstyle, Batman, Unikitty, and company. As the aforementioned parent to a youngster who loves the Lego movies, and who enjoys them just about as much, who also greatly appreciates the consistent acknowledgments in the humor for us older moviegoers, the Lego Movie 2 largely continues that tradition. It continues, quite valiantly, the same quantity of humor for the parents, but the quality, for the first time among their big budget releases, staggered a bit. It's not all misses, but it's not all hits, either. Hopefully, this is a one-off rather than the beginning of showing cracks in the foundation with the well running dry. In that regard, the effort was appreciated, it was just a shame more of the attempts didn't stick the landing. On the kid's side of the film, my son enjoyed it very much. The efforts here paid off much more than on the aforementioned parents' side, but... and I have to state that it's both to be expected with such a near-perfect film such as the original, AND it's not nearly a "miss" that should be concerning, but even here, the kids' side didn't quite resonate as strongly with my son. Enjoy it, he most certainly did, but the continuation of joy after the credits rolled didn't last nearly as long. I think a good portion of this is due to more predictability. There isn't much here that will come as a genuine surprise, despite several attempts. It's almost all easy to figure out where it's going- again, not due to a lack of attempt (while my son, at age 5, didn't audibly state "he knew that" (which he does at a (non)shockingly high rate, nowadays, lol,)) he also wasn't floored by any of it, and the adults will quickly see the clues, it's just THAT LITTLE of a "letdown" that it's impossible not to compare it, rather than view it as a continuation, to the original. Now, let none of this scare you off. On a whole, LM2 is a worthy film to add to the collection, to keep as one of those rarely listed family films that truly is designed to entertain the ENTIRE family. It has a hard time keeping up with the original, and what film wouldn't? But, considering its pedigree, it can't help but be just a bit of a letdown in that regard. In 4K, and this is also important, some of the best usage currently available is found in animation. Lego Movie 2 looks downright gorgeous, particularly combined with HDR. Plenty of brilliant uses of lighting and color really pop here, and if you have the setup for it, it's the best way to enjoy the movie.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    As Entertaining as the First and Extra Fun in 3D

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    Owned for 5 months when reviewed.

    The LEGO Movie 2 is a worthy successor to the first film and has the same charm, humor, and all-ages adventure that viewers would come to expect. Moving the story beyond the original, it again uses the classic toys and play behavior to delve into family relationships and showcases, in a gentle and sincere way, that the best games are those played together in the cooperative style that LEGO has championed for decades. Chris Pratt turns in a voice acting performance that surpasses the first film in a clever double-turn, and the rest of the cast are uniformly excellent. The jokes hit all quadrants and there's plenty to enjoy both for kids and adults throughout (though these films are probably always best appreciated by older teens/adults who remember playing with LEGOs as children, and by parents who can relate to the experiences of their children). Visually, the film continues the same imaginative invention of the other LEGO films, never bending the carefully-constructed world's reality but always finding new ways to get more pizazz out of it. The film is a treat for animation fans, with studio Animal Logic once again showcasing their unique sensibility in movement, visual design, shot staging, and overall quality. The 3D presentation adds to the visual enjoyment and helps build appreciation for the elaborate worlds and intricate action scenes the animators have created. A big thanks to Warner Brothers for continuing to support 3D Blu-Ray for the many fans and collectors, myself included, who want to own films in the same format we watched them in theaters. Bottom line, The LEGO Movie 2 is a worthy addition to any home theater library and will be entertaining for years to come.

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  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    A Wonderful Ode to Imagination

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    Owned for 3 weeks when reviewed.

    It was a given The LEGO Movie would eventually get a sequel, but it's kind of crazy it took five years for that sequel to actually happen. That said, Warner Bros. has certainly expanded the LEGO brand by giving LEGO Batman his own feature as well as delivering their only misstep thus far, The LEGO Ninjago Movie. And while there was some trepidation going into this delayed, but inevitable sequel given original directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller were no longer at the helm there was some hope given it was still their minds that conjured up the screenplay. Thankfully, Trolls director Mike Mitchell was brought on board and has successfully converted Lord and Miller's screenplay into a sequel that keeps things in step with if not necessarily surpassing the original. Of course, given the precedent set for the original and what it turned out to be versus the raised bar for the sequel and what it has turned out to be-that's a solid accomplishment and a resounding endorsement. That is to say, upon initially hearing there was going to be a movie based solely around the LEGO brand and the toys and properties they owned it seemed obvious the eventual movie would turn out to be little more than a cash grab; nothing more than one big commercial, if you will. To expect this was ultimately foolish given the creative team behind it as Lord and Miller delivered a witty, colorful, and (per usual) meta piece of cinema that took some unexpected themes and conveyed them in a manner that allowed the children to enjoy the toys coming to life while the adults latched onto those ever fleeting moments of innocence that come with raising children and attaching certain memories to their playthings. The LEGO Movie intentionally evaded everything audiences expected it to be, disrupting the status quo and turning heads, but how was something so inventive and appropriately rowdy supposed to then follow itself up with something as conventional as a sequel? Especially given the abstract qualities of the first and having to continue the same narrative while holding tight to the themes the first film so perfectly encapsulated? It turns out, the trick is to lean into such things even further; deliver the same goods in a different package and through different techniques. And though The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part might feel redundant in certain ideas, the ideas it's pedaling never don't need to be heard...especially when they're this creatively catchy.

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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great family movie

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    Owned for 1.5 years when reviewed.

    My children love the Lego movies. This one is just as good or might even be a little better than the first one. Lots of stars on this movie and its very entertaining.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Cute but not as good as the first movie

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    This was a cute movie but not as good as the first one. We collect all the LEGO movies so I had to get this one to add to our home library.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Lego agin

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    Owned for 1 week when reviewed.

    Is any sequel better than the first?! This was a good movie. maybe not as good as the first but still pretty entertaining. My kids really like it. They are pretty big lego fans though. Building, watching, and gaming.,

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Okay film, okay design, great price

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    Owned for 2 weeks when reviewed.

    Wasn't too big of a fan of this entry in the series but this steelbook was cheaper than the bluray and while the film lacked a lot of charm from its predecessors, its still a fun watch

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Super fast shipping

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    Owned for 1 week when reviewed.

    Best Buy is always the reliable store to do online shopping. Great communication and fast efficient shipping. This will be a great gift to add to the dvd collection

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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Great movie!

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    Great movie! Highly recommended! Acting and video/audio quality is top notch. Will not be disappointed.

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  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Everything is awesome, but first one was better!

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    'The LEGO Movie' was an unexpected treasure! Despite being snubbed by the Academy, the film has been highly successful ever since its theatrical run, often continuing to air on Cartoon Network, bringing new fans into the world! Of course, with its financial success, there was going to be a follow-up! How is it? It's pretty great, but it is not as great as the first film. Maybe it's the expectations people had for it after thoroughly enjoying the first film? I don't think so. I just think that the fact that this film relies more on the live action scenes than its predecessor and the fact that the central conflict in those scenes, while understandable I suppose, just does not work for me. Seeing Emmett, however, become more comfortable with himself as a hero and truly being able to define who he wants to be works better than the live action sequences. The musical numbers make up for the live action sequences, and Chris Pratt pulling double duty is a delight! Although I wish there were more special features, I have no legitimate complaints about the Blu-Ray set itself. With the film having left us with a new revelation at the end, I could definitely see us being in store for another sequel or maybe even a prequel, but I hope that the team takes the time to craft us a better story than we received here.

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  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Not a fan of first movie but why not

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    Owned for 1 month when reviewed.

    It was on sale so decided to pick this movie up. I wasn’t much a fan of the first one but I liked the LEGO Batman movie. But this one was a bit better than the first one

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    This "Second Part" Fits Nicely With the First

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    Owned for 1 week when reviewed.

    The Lego movie universe might not be as complicated and circuitous as the Marvel one that has dominated the box office for the past decade, but it is getting there. For the record, this is the official sequel to 2014's "The Lego Movie," the one that introduced everybody's favorite building blocks toy to the big screen and made a bona fide star of Chris Pratt as Emmet, the solidly unspectacular and unwitting hero of Lego Land. That movie's surprising success spawned two spin-offs in 2017 ("The Lego Batman Movie" and "The Lego Ninjago Movie") that let some other pieces steal the limelight from good old Emmet, so it is nice to have him back in "2: The Second Part" along with his pals Wyldstyle (voiced by Elizabeth Banks), Benny (Charlie Day), and Batman (Will Arnett), this time battling space aliens that want to literally devour the residents of Bricktown. The story is, of course, preposterous. What counts are the one-liners and laughs, and they come in rapid-fire fashion from a variety of directions, with Maya Rudolph and Tiffany Haddish joining the cast. If you liked the first part and the spin-offs, you'll click smoothly into this one--not because it offers up anything new but because, like Lego's toys themselves, they're an enjoyable diversion for a couple hours.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Good movie

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    A very enjoyable movie for parents and their children. My kids watched it several time

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Dented case, good movie

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    Owned for 5 months when reviewed.

    The case was a little dented and doesn't close correctly now but its a great movie. Good follow up to the first

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    A block of fun

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    As a fan of the first film, I kept my expectations in check, but the sequel managed to surpass them. A fun movie for the entire family. It's definitely recommended to have seen the first to fully understand the universe, but that's not a sandbag in any way. A wonderful story expanding on the world of the first film, expanding beyond just the Lego bricks much like a kid brings other toys into their creative playtimes, and it works beautifully. If I had one complaint, a VERY minor one, it's that this one doesn't quite have the level of imagination or creativity as the first. But again, that's a very, very, very minor note at best. The film adds in more musical sequences, a bit like your traditional animated Disney films, but the songs are fun, catchy, and one quite literally is about the song getting stuck in your head. The underlying message is nice, driving home to be who you are and not attempt to change just to please others (and by the same token not try to change those around you), a message of acceptance that even younger fans can understand. It's a wonderful sequel, building on the foundation of the first, with nearly the same level of imagination and creativity. Catchy music, wonderful humor, and a positive message to boot. Get the family on the ol' double-decker couch and see how awesome everything is once again.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review

    Lego 2.0

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    Owned for 1.5 years when reviewed.

    Wonderful and funny follow up to the original Lego Movie. 3D movie at its best. Well worth for any child and adult

    I would recommend this to a friend
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