the lego movie pigs

the lego movie pigs

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The Lego Movie Pigs


The Pig is a System animal figure represented by a single LEGO element. It was first introduced in 2010. There are also anthropomorphic (animals with human characteristics) variants that were released in other themes. Hamm is a piggy bank from the Toy Story theme. It had two variants. Another variant is Percy Pig, from Fabuland. Pig from LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure ContinuesIn LEGO The Lord of the Rings: The Video GameBaby Tyrannosaurus rex | Baby Dragon LEGO Racers 2 animals: Martian Plant Animal LEGO Rock Band animals: Octopus (Rock Band) | Baby Octopus Adventurers animals: Jun-Chi | Yeti Avatar animals: Momo the Flying Lemur Harry Potter animals: Aragog | Unicorn Power Miners animals: Rock Monster (Power Miners) | Lava Monster (Power Miners) Rock Raiders animals: Rock Monster (Rock Raiders) | Lava Monster (Rock Raiders) | Spider (Rock Raiders) | Middle Earth creatures: Cave Troll | Goblin King (The Hobbit) | Ninjago animals: Dragons | The Great Devourer | Treehorn Queen Pharaoh's Quest animals: Cobra |

Sphinx Star Wars animals: Acklay | - Take the Piggy Smash Challenge LEGO® The Angry Birds™ Movie Playsets Now you can replay all sorts of adventures from The Angry Birds™ Movie! Just like the movie and the mobile game, LEGO® The Angry Birds Movie playsets have all your favorite characters fighting over the eggs. Can Red help the Angry Birds save their eggs from the pigs? Or will the Pigs have their favorite breakfast after all? Fantastic models with funny features to build, explore and play with in your quest to help the Angry Birds! Take the Piggy Smash Challenges Pig Cooking Pot Danger Pig Plane Propeller SpinThe Piece of Resistance Our community, 1124 want it Our community, 1237 want it Super Secret Police Enforcer Our community, 982 want it Our community, 1090 want it Our community, 1049 want it Our community, 1416 want it Our community, 1147 want it Our community, 1375 want it Our community, 1486 want it

Contribute to This PageLEGO The Angry Birds Movie Pig City Teardown (75824)This item ships for free.* LEGO® The Angry Birds™ Movie Pig City Teardown Building Set After having their precious eggs stolen, these furious birds are on a mission to take down Pig City and retrieve what's theirs. Builders can construct this LEGO The Angry Birds Movie Pig City Teardown Building Set and launch a ruthless attack against the evil piggies. Stella and Red can send themselves soaring into the air to crash down on the city using the catapult. With four collapsible target zones, including the hot dog stand and TNT function, the figures can begin toppling the buildings and claiming victory. Fans of The Angry Birds Movie will love recreating the epic final battle scene and making stories of their own by constructing this 386-piece building set. Send the zip-lining pig down the sliding umbrella by hitting the boulder on top of the highest tower Land a bird on the roof of the hot dog stand to crash it to the ground

Bird figures can hit the lever above the boulder to make it land on the box of TNT Activate the catapult to send Stella lurching toward Pig City Includes Red, Stella and two piggy figures Target zones and collapsible structures can be easily reassembled to keep the bird-flying action going Fans can reenact their favorite scenes from The Angry Birds Movie with this hilarious LEGO set Pig City measures over 6"D x 9"W x 8"H Recommended for ages 7 - 14 years LEGO The Angry Birds Movie Pig City Four figures: Red, Stella, two piggies Catapult, umbrella, five eggs, five balloons Three sticks of TNT, TNT storage box, ladder Hot dog, ketchup and mustard dispensers The piggies are in Pig City, trying to hide eggs everywhere. Launch the birds using the catapult! Topple the buildings by striking the 4 collapsible target zones. This fun and chaotic set, based on The Angry Birds™ Movie, features a small house, bridge, hot dog stand, zip-lining piggy and a TNT chain reaction feature!

The LEGO The Angry Birds Movie Pig City Teardown (75824) Features:Includes 4 figures: Red, Stella and 2 piggiesPig City features a zip line, hot dog stand, small house and a falling boulderTarget zones include boulder and zip-lining pig, bridge, hot dog stand roof and TNT functionKnock the lever above the boulder to make it land on the box of TNT and use the sticks of dynamite against the pigsPig City measures over 8 Inch high, 9 Inch wide and 6 Inch deepThe survival of the Angry Birds is at stake. Dish out revenge on the green pigs who stole the Birds' eggs. These wingless birds, based on the hit mobile game app from Rovio, are a little upset and need your support. Despite all their anger, they're all just too cute to pass up. Pick your favorite character or collect them all right here at Toys R Us! Includes 4 figures: Red, Stella and 2 piggies Pig City features a zip line, hot dog stand, small house and a falling boulder Target zones include boulder and zip-lining pig, bridge, hot dog stand roof and TNT function

Knock the lever above the boulder to make it land on the box of TNT and use the sticks of dynamite against the pigs Pig City measures over 8 Inch high, 9 Inch wide and 6 Inch deep Product Dimensions (in inches):15.0 x 10.3 x 2.2Next »Awesome Lego Set ProsEasy To UseHigh QualityConsBest UsesHomeWas this a gift?:YesLego Pig City ProsEasy To AssembleEasy To UseHigh QualityLasting FunConsBest UsesHomeWas this a gift?:NoMy kids likely so much I'd buy again My son loves this Lego set! ProsHigh QualityConsBest UsesHomeWas this a gift?:YesFun build! ProsEasy To AssembleHigh QualityLasting FunConsBest UsesHomeWas this a gift?:YesFun Lego Set I would not buy this product again ProsEasy To AssembleConsFlimsyBest UsesHomeWas this a gift?:YesI would recommend! Buy Was this a gift?:YesDisplaying reviews 1-10Back to topPrevious | It's only been out for one weekend, but you've probably — like most of the world — seen "The LEGO Movie" multiple times. But did you catch all the Easter Eggs and plot points that zip by during the non-stop speedy dialogue and action?

Here are some of our favorite blink-and-you-miss-it moments. And spoilers on, of course: "Eight And A Half Years Later" Right at the top of the movie, after Lord Business (Will Ferrell) and Vitruvius (Morgan Freeman) battle for possession of the all-powerful Kragle, we cut to a title screen that says, "Eight And A Half Years Later." While this is a nice preview of the running "very specific time frame" joke throughout the movie, it's also way more important to the plot. That's because Finn (Jadon Sand), the kid who ultimately turns out to be playing with the LEGOs in the movie is eight and a half years old. So though it's never explicitly stated, when Finn was born, The Man Upstairs locked his toys away, separated the worlds and made sure that his son would never play with them. Given the poignant ending, this is yet another beautiful, emotional detail that adds to the richness of the film. Batman, Superman, Green Lantern and Wonder Woman all get their time to shine in the movie, but there is one other DC Comics superhero gets his big screen debut.

That would be the Flash, seen during Metal Beard's flashback to the Master Builders' initial assault on Lord Business' stronghold. He doesn't get any lines, so hopefully we'll get to see more of the speedster in the sequel. When Wyldstyle (Elizabeth Banks) and Emmet (Chris Pratt) visit The Old West, you can hear a plinky, olde timey Western version of "Everything Is Awesome" playing in the bar. One of the biggest cameos in the movie has to be when the Millennium Falcon shows up unexpectedly next to our heroes' pirate ship. Though they weren't able to get Harrison Ford back as Han Solo (he's voiced by Keith Ferguson, who's done various Ford characters on "Robot Chicken"), they did manage to snag Billy Dee Williams for Lando, and Anthony Daniels for C-3P0. It's surprising that the Warner Brothers movie managed to get Disney's talent, but the long relationship between LEGO and Lucasfilm makes the whole thing a little more understandable. And super freakin' awesome. Another big screen reunion, Channing Tatum plays Superman and Jonah Hill plays Green Lantern, reprising their partnership from directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller's "21 Jump Street."

The team will once again reunite on "22 Jump Street," though out of their superhero costumes. When Vitruvius runs down all the worlds Lord Business has tried to lock down, he mentions there's a bunch we don't care about. One that quickly flashes on screen is Bioncile, a LEGO line that ran from 2001-2010 with a deep, complicated back-story of its own. Though this may have been a joke at the expense of some of the brick-maker's failed toys, it's also an indication of places the story could go in the sequel. What's With All The Croissants? One of the more knowing jokes in the movie finds Emmet's "friends" talking about what makes them all different, which includes eating croissants, and loving turkey drumsticks. The reason behind this is that LEGO has a few generic foods that fit right into mini-figs hands. Croissants actually show up in over 30 different LEGO sets, while turkey drumsticks are in well over 50. Probably the only item more popular is carrots, which show up over 60 times.