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We're sorry about that 'assembles' joke in the title. We tried something with 'bricks' and 'building' but it just didn't work.

The LEGO Movie continues to promise far more laughs than its title suggests. The story follows Emmet (Chris Pratt), the everyman of the LEGO minifigure world, whose life is changed forever when he's mistaken for being the key to saving the world. Don't worry, it's perfectly aware of itself. It's a film about LEGO.

With vocal talents offered by the likes of Will Ferrell, Morgan Freeman, Liam Neeson, Will Arnett and Elizabeth Banks, one might hope the script is brimming with good quality chuckles to convince such mega stars to sign up. That, or LEGO has enough money in the bank to make them all offers they couldn't refuse. Watch the trailer and judge for yourself.



The Lego Movie hits cinemas 14 February 2014

(Images: YouTube)

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