"Set again in Bricksburg, this sequel to The Lego Movie(2014) sees the inhabitants need to once more save their city from trouble, this time in the form of destructive visitors from outer space, LEGO DUPLO®. In order to defend their city and beat this new enemy, an intergalactic adventure will begin for Emmet (Chris Pratt), Lucy (Elizabeth Banks), Batman (Will Arnett) and the others as they travel through space. Directed by Mike Mitchell."~Clare Perez-Izaguirre Lopez
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They Come in Pieces: Assembling The Leggo Movie 2
Tiffany HaddishQueen Watevra Wa-Nabi
Stephanie BeatrizGeneral Mayhem/Sweet Mayhem
Will FerrellPresident Business/Dad
Richard AyoadeIce Cream Cone
Cobie SmuldersWonder Woman
Ike BarinholtzLex Luthor
Ralph FiennesAlfred Pennyworth
Orville ForteAbraham Lincoln
Jorma TacconeLarry Poppins
Todd HansenGandalf/Swamp Creature
Doug NicholasSurfer Dave, Chainsaw Dave, Purgatory Dave
Liam KnightDuplo, Heart, Star, Sewer Babies
Graham MillerDuplo, Young Finn
Ollie MitchellDuplo Guard, Octopus, Harmony Town Citizen, Announcer, Sherry
Chris McKayLarry the Barista
Matthew FogelScreen Story
Phil LordScreen Story
Jon LajoieComposer (Music Score)
Mark MothersbaughComposer (Music Score)
Douglas HigginsProduction Designer
Patrick HanenbergerProduction Designer
Chris McKayExecutive Producer
Christopher LeahyExecutive Producer
Jill WilfertExecutive Producer
Jinko GotohExecutive Producer
Matthew AshtonExecutive Producer
Michael E. UslanExecutive Producer
Will AllegraExecutive Producer
Zareh NalbandianExecutive Producer
Brandon JonesSound/Sound Designer
Jason W. JenningsSound/Sound Designer
James BitontiFirst Assistant Director
Kelly ZomborSound Mixer
Danny SheaStunts Coordinator
Erik AadahlSupervising Sound Editor
Ethan Van der RynSupervising Sound Editor
Marius DeVriesExecutive Music Producer
Michael SemanickRe-Recording Mixer
Tim WalstonSound Effects Editor
Trisha GumAnimation Director
Action and Adventure,Adventure,Comedy
Adventure Comedy,Family-Oriented Comedy
The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
Year of Release
Dolby Digital w/ sub-woofer channel, stereo
Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV
English, French, Spanish
English, French, Spanish
Warner Home Video
The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part [Blu-ray] 
Wasn’t great as the first. 3D felt flat, no Atmos.
Owned for 1 week when reviewed.
Had few funny moments but not as much as the first. They tried way to hard this time around.
-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.
-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
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
My SteelBook edition had a dent in it when I received it, didn't notice until after I had already opened it. Minor annoyance but doesn't effect the product.
Great movie, digital copy works, not as good as the first movie, but that's how most sequels go. Four year old loves the movie and the soundtrack even more!
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.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Lightning (mostly) recaptured in a bottle
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.
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.