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Millennium Falcon™product_label_list_price_accessibility 111 Reviews123451FIND MORE PRODUCTS LIKE THISSpaceStar Wars™VehiclesTravel the galaxy with Han Solo, Chewbacca and others in the iconic Millennium Falcon™! Millennium Falcon™ Reviews - page 2What can be said about "The Lego Movie" that already hasn't? I think the millions upon millions of children singing the songs from the blockbuster sum everything up quite well. Warner Bros. Pictures and the Lego brand have most definitely hit pay dirt with a film that attracts not only rough and tumble boys looking to build something to knock it down, but even gentle little girls who dream of princesses and Uni-Kitties. Now the hit is released on Blu-ray and DVD, guaranteeing your kids will watch it non-stop while assembling a new house for you to live in or spaceship to fly you to work.The evil Lord Business (Will Ferrell) plots to glue the Lego Universe together in permanent harmony. A construction worker named Emmet (Chris Pratt) is believed to be the "Special" who will deliver the Lego world from the grasps of the tyrant.

He teams up with feisty female Wyldstyle (Elizabeth Banks), Batman (Will Arnett), Superman (Channing Tatum), and other reluctant heroes to stop the oppressor and his minions.The Blu-ray edition of "The Lego Movie" is presented in 1080p High-Definition with an Aspect ratio of 2.39:1. The picture quality is absolutely phenomenal in terms of clarity and vibrant colors. DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 surround sound will transport viewers to another world by surrounding them in the sounds, explosions, and music of the Lego Universe.The film is rated PG for mild action and rude humor. Although some might say there's some violence, it's always meant to be lighthearted and never taken seriously. After all, they ARE only Legos. The only people who will have a problem with this movie are ones who don't like the violent silliness of "The Three Stooges."I was sent "The Lego Movie: Everything is Awesome" Edition. It features 3D, 2D, DVD, and UltraViolet versions of the film. A 3D Emmet stand-up and exclusive Vitruvius mini-figure are included as well.

There's plenty of bonus material to excite the whole family on "The Lego Movie" Blu-ray. Audio commentary is provided by Directors Chris Miller and Phil Lord and actors Chris Pratt, Will Arnett, Charlie Day, and Alison Brie.Two behind-the-scenes featurettes include "Bringing LEGO to Life" and "Stories from the Story Team." Special building instruction shorts are bunched together as "See It, Built It!" Other special features are deleted scenes, outtakes, a sing-along, music video, homemade animated clips, an animation test, teasers, and trailers."The Lego Movie" is a rousing good time for the whole family. It's front-loaded with enough juvenile humor to satisfy any child and packed with a sufficient amount of pop culture references to attract older audiences and members of the geek illuminati. The only thing you have to worry about is the annoyance you'll begin to experience from having your kids run around the house singing "Everything is Awesome" day and night."The Lego Movie" is available now on "Everything is Awesome" 3D Blu-ray, Blu-ray, DVD, and as a Digital Download.For more articles by Eric Shirey that don't fit on Moviepilot, check out his official website.

New Zealand has been insulted in a hit animated kids' movie produced by the Hollywood studio given a $67 million tax break to film The Hobbit trilogy here. The Lego Movie, which opened in Kiwi cinemas 11 days ago, has wowed critics with its slick production, in jokes and star-studded voiceover cast, which includes Will Ferrell, Liam Neeson, Channing Tatum and Morgan Freeman. It has grossed $514m at the worldwide box office. But some of its humour has fallen flat with Kiwis - though The Lego Movie writers and directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller say they were satirising Middle Earth and the Middle Ages, not New Zealand. Dunedin man Stu Fleming, his partner and their 7-year-old son saw the film on Thursday, and were surprised when Vitruvius, voiced by Freeman, described one of the places in Legoland as "Middle Zealand", a "wondrous land full of knights, castles, mutton, torture weapons, poverty, leeches, illiteracy, and, um ... dragons." The reference to poverty and illiteracy had Fleming and his partner perplexed.

"We thought it might not be appropriate. We were not quite sure why it was in there." Some of the audience had laughed, but others seemed as confused as he was, Fleming said. "It was like when someone's made a bit of an odd joke and you are not sure how to react, which was how we felt." Lord and Miller told the Herald on Sunday they were not making fun of New Zealand. "We called it Middle Zealand because that is where Lord of the Rings was shot, and Peter Jackson hangs out there. "We are, incidentally, huge fans of New Zealand, LOTR, Weta, island nations, and the film Eagle vs. Shark." The Lego Movie producers, Warner Bros, are well known to Kiwis after being granted $67m tax breaks in 2010 to keep filming of the The Hobbit trilogy in New Zealand. Prime Minister John Key was involved in talks with studio bosses at the time. Key said yesterday most people would take The Lego Movie line "for what it is - a light-hearted line in a children's fantasy film". But Opposition tourism spokeswoman Darien Fenton said Key should use his contacts to tell Warner Bros the "Middle Zealand" references were not on.

New Zealand First leader Winston Peters, who has asked Warner Bros to give back the $67m subsidy after The Hobbit topped $1billion in sales, said he assumed The Lego Movie makers were referring to New Zealand's "financial illiteracy". "It's a Freudian joke on the New Zealand Government."Hold onto your hard hats because Daneve Frankish of Ah-Tissue built an  for her son Tahlin’s 5th birthday! With creative construction zone activities like build your own pizza and a lego car race, the “hardworking” party guests refueled on Oreo boulder pops, traffic cones and a homemade lego cake! – Paper tool box snack caddies, lego head pillows and “Guess How Many” Lego Pieces Game – Lego construction inspired dessert table with truckloads of sweets! – Construction zone kids table with traffic cone sippy cups & cinderblock stools – Workers Pass (Play at your own risk!) and party zone yellow hard hats – “Build Your Best Lego Car” Activity followed by lego car races

The Lego theme was quite an easy one to choose for our boy as he hit the stage of building and playing with his Lego. Mummy and Daddy didn’t mind at all as it brought back the childhood memories of our Lego days! We decided to add the “construction” theme along with the Lego as that’s what you do with Lego. We also based the activities around constructing and building things. Recycling is an important element of planning my parties. I will always try to re-use or up-cycle items to save on cost. When it came to the invites we were given boxes of DVD cases a few years ago and decided to base the invite around that. It made it perfect to use elements inside the DVD case to show the guests the pizza construction details, along with a section containing a magnetised invite in the shape of a Lego man holding the party details. My husband designed all printable elements. Decorating is one of the major elements when putting together the party. We tried to create as much of the decorations ourselves.

We had construction signs around the place that informed the guests of the different areas and activities. Other construction decorations included “Caution” tape everywhere, flags, witches hats, lights and black & yellow poms that were made by Ah-Tissue. When it came to decorating the dessert table, our main focus was to re-use items. The backdrop was created with cardboard boxes that were left over. On the table itself I utilised items from previous parties, which were made from recycled items. Anything that we did need to buy, we had in mind how we could use them after the event. For example, the tool containers will be used in our shed. The sign with “Tahlin” is already being used in our boy’s bedroom. The besser blocks that were used on the dessert table and also the children’s chairs on the day, will be used in to make a veggie garden bed in our garden. The guests were treated to a full dessert table of sweets which they devoured and they were able to take goodies home with them.

Another activity was to create their own mini pizzas on the “Pizza Construction Table”. All ingredients were set out for the guests to construct their own type of pizza. Then they labelled a pick with their name so they could keep track of their own pizza. This was a huge hit with the guests as we heard lots of positive feedback from the parents. The design popped into my head as soon as we decided to go ahead with the Lego Party. I’m not a cake maker but embraced the challenge of creating my boys cake. The cakes were a mixture of Chocolate Mud and Red Velvet, but I still haven’t mastered the technique for getting the fondant smooth but I think I did a pretty good job in the end! One major element for the children at our parties is to make sure there are plenty of things to do. On the day we had Jumping Castle that we borrowed from our friend and got a good work out from the kids. We had colouring in on the main kids tables with Lego crayons. The first activity on the day when the kids all arrived was a scavenger hunt.

They all had to find their own tube in the garden which had lollies and a small animal Lego to build. We decided to hire Giant Lego Blocks for the kids to build with. This was a great activity for the young and old on the day. There was a jar full of Lego where the children had to guess the amount of pieces there were inside. A prize was given to the closest guess. We had an activity of building a Lego racing car. We had a table with a pile Lego on it where the kids could construct their own racing car and when they had all finished, we raced them on a racing track. The winner of the races received a prize. After the racing we set up the next activity on the table that was constructing a Sand Art picture. These were made up by creating simple images and transferring them onto a special sticky paper and cutting it out using a cutting machine. This was a popular activity with the kids along with the adults. While this was going on, we had half of the guests constructing their pizzas.

One of my favourite parts of organising a children’s party is their gift items to take home.  First off on arrival the kids were guided to a shelf that contained their personalised construction hat, badge and work tag to wear. On the main kids tables there was a personalised “witches hat” drink bottle that also doubled as their seat placement. A “Thank You” goodies bag was given to each child as they left which consisted of bubbles, a yellow stationary folder, Lego item to build, a Lego block eraser and my favourite, a “Mini” stuffed Lego head toy. The girls received a female Lego head and the boys received a male one. These were designed and made by us and the fabric can be purchased to make your own. Details on where to purchase the fabric will be given if an enquiry is made. Overall Tahlin’s Construction Lego Party was very successful and everyone had a great time. It’s always nice to receive positive feedback and comments from the parents saying how much fun their kids had at the party.