Phil Lord and Christopher Miller
Story - Dan & Kevin Hageman
Executive Producers - Alison Abbate, Matthew Ashton, Bruce Berman, Jon Burton, Kathleen Fleming, Benjamin Melniker, Steven Mnuchin, Zareh Nalbandian, James Packer, Matt Skiena, Michael Uslan, Jill Wildert and Seanne Winslow
Producers - Roy Lee and
Co-Producer - John Powers Middleton
Production Designer - Grant
Character Designers - Andy Bialk
and Shane Prigmore
Head of Animation - Rob Coleman
Animation Co-Director/Supervisor - Chris McKay
Cinematography - Barry Peterson and
Film Editors - David Burrows
and Chris McKay
Music - Mark Mothersbaugh
The selective range of the voice cast takes the top prime without becoming theatric or into the pallid expressions. The best that stole the show Liam Neeson who makes the hammy routine out of the "good or bad cop", do not get me wrong with the old saying. Will Arnett makes the fun in the LEGO version of Batman by having him as egotistical out of his dark nature. Christian Bale is out there in the audience and would be pleased with this interpreted dark knight compared with his own in the Nolan movie adaptations.
I frankly perceive THE LEGO MOVIE as humorous and refreshing to tell a child's dream of a world made entirely out of LEGO that the wish had finally came true. As long as every viewer should know that everything is awesome just like the song of the film says. This film isn't made to be in a forced financial gain in the movie theatres. Many of you will watch this feature and reminisce about the good old days as a child playing with the toy brand, I think people will find this movie wittier and different to TOY STORY (click here).
Forget playtime, you'll be seeing an all-aged accessible film which should appeal to all you LEGO collectors in your adulthood.