Posts tagged "Lego"

The Lego Batman Movie

The Lego Batman Movie

The Lego Batman Movie Directed by Chris McKay Starring Will Arnett, Zach Galifianakis, Michael Cera, Rosario Dawson and Ralph Fiennes On UK June 19th, 2017 Watch on iTunes or by Richard Hamer It’s strange that it’s come to this: Five years ago, who’d have thought that a movie based on Lego bricks would not only […]

Brick 2015

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Art, Events, Review | by — December 14, 2015

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Excel Centre London December 11-13th , 2015 by Haresh Patel Bricks. Lots of bricks. A brick load of bricks. The vast Excel Centre played host to this year’s Brick festival / expo of all things Lego. A primary-coloured set of playpens for children and children at heart (or Adult Fans Of Lego, as I was […]

Brick 2015

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Events, News | by — October 28, 2015

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by Haresh Patel Imagine a product that is simple and ubiquitous enough to become a spaceship, a unicorn leg or a racing car. Or a pirate ship. Or a house for snails. Or a bridge from the toilet to the shark infested biscuit tin on the landing. Or a.. whatever your twisted brain can envisage. […]

BRICK 2014: Built for LEGO Fans

ExCel Centre, London November 27-30, 2014 by Paul Foxcroft BRICK 2014 is a huge exhibit of LEGO craftsmanship and enthusiasm held in the ExCel Centre and for no good reason, I went to it with Canadian sketch comedian Kevin McDonald from The Kids In The Hall. We’d never been to ExCel before and it’s worryingly […]

Brick 2014: The UK’s Biggest LEGO Show

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Art, Events, News | by — November 19, 2014

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Everybody loves LEGO! It’s the world’s biggest toy and has now taken over international box offices with its fantastic movie!  Brick 2014 is coming to London’s ExCeL Centre for four days of fun and LEGO building!  Saturday and Sunday are sold out, but Thursday and Friday still have tickets!  There is a lot going on […]

It’s Not a Toy: Existentialism in The Lego Movie

by Ella Jean Note:  This article will spoil the entire plot of The Lego Movie, as well as some of L’imaginaire by Jean-Paul Sartre. “The surest way to corrupt a youth is to instruct him to hold in higher esteem those who think alike than those who think differently.” – Friedrich Nietzsche For a movie […]