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The Lego Movie President Business

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Used & new (71) from $55.25 + $5.68 shipping Sold by Toy Planet and Fulfilled by Amazon. LEGO Movie 70809 Lord Business' Evil Lair (Discontinued by manufacturer)DetailsLEGO Movie 70801 Melting Room FREE Shipping on orders over . DetailsLEGO Movie 70802 Bad Cop's Pursuit FREE Shipping. Welcome to Lord Business' Evil Lair! Record his broadcasts in the TV studio and plot how to control the world from the office? Lever open the large door and unleash the Kragl? Trap the Master Builders in the think tank to extract their creativity? Dodge the trapdoor to avoid being sent spiraling into infinity then pull the plug on the battery and shut down the think tank before Lord Business carries out his evil plan! Includes 6 minifigures with assorted accessories: Emmet, Vitruvius, Ma Cop, Pa Cop, Lord Business and wrestler/Master Builder, El Macho Wrestler and Biznis Kitty figure? Accessories include big boy's pants, tie cape, Piece of Resistance and a wig to transform Lord Business into President Business!




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The answer is yes. The hate-fueled platform and clueless proclamations from the Republican nightmare-turned-presumptive nominee have seemed like the stuff of cartoon villainy for a while now. However, it wasn’t until the totally charming Lego Movie came on TV this past weekend, that the similarities between two furious, conformist, tyrants with confoundingly bad hair came into focus for us. Kristy Puchko can’t even sometimes. Get entertainment, celebrity and politics updates via Facebook or Twitter. John Oliver Introduces The Easiest Not-Gun-Control Policy | Will Selina Meyers Become Vice President Again on 'Veep'? Tucker Carlson is So! White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer Is a Useless Piece of Sh*t Jon Stewart Implores the Media to Stop Whining About that Asshole Donald Trump ICYMI, Even the Dictionary is Done With Kellyanne Conway's Sh*t Bill Nye and Bernie Sanders Livestreamed Their Chat About Climate Change Liveblogging the Now Oscar-Winning 'Suicide Squad'




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Johnson expressed distaste for liberal Hollywood’s tendency to make capitalists the bad guys, citing The Lego Movie as a prime example. The film, co-written and directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller, follows the adventures of a construction worker Lego named Emmet Brickowski (voiced by Chris Pratt) who must save the Lego universe from the villainous villain, President/Lord Business (Will Ferrell). Lord Business presides over a totalitarian, corporate surveillance state. “That’s done for a reason,” Johnson said. “They’re starting that propaganda, and it’s insidious.”After the HuffPo story made the rounds, the senator returned fire with an angry blog post, doubling down on his anti-Lego Movie position. “Some liberal writer at the Huffington Post was excited to find out that I’ve been talking to Wisconsinites about how enthusiastically the entertainment media spread a ‘business is bad’ message,” he blogged. “He seems to get hung up on the way I mentioned The Lego Movie…




The strange thing isn’t that a kids’ movie was anti-business, it is that someone claiming to be a journalist never encountered the idea before.” Johnson’s comments—and follow-up angry-blogging—serves as a bit of a revival of the original conservative freakout over The Lego Movie early last year, upon the film’s theatrical release. The critically acclaimed kids’ movie, which doubles as a political and social satire, made some news in February 2014 after it became the target of certain commentators in conservative media, including The Weekly Standard and Fox News’s sister channel. (For what it’s worth, The Economist—which Senator Johnson, oddly, links to on his blog—found the film to be “pleasingly libertarian.”) Fox Business personalities weren’t happy with the movie for its allegedly “anti-business,” anti-capitalist message. One talked about how President Business physically resembles Mitt Romney. Another then segued into defending the similarly capitalist and evil Mr. Potter from It’s a Wonderful Life—an instance of life imitating parody.