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Portrayed by Chris Pratt. Emmet Brickowski is a Minifigure released in , he is the main protagonist of The LEGO Movie and The LEGO. After this, Bad Cop tracks down Emmet and Wyldstyle in the Old West which leads to Emmet, Wyldstyle, Vitruvius, Batman, and Unikitty meet with Benny who tries to The DVD/Blu-Ray release date of The LEGO Movie is June 17, Stay up to date with all the latest LEGO fun happening at the LEGOLAND Windsor . Emmet & Wyldstyle couldn't resist a #selfie in-between meeting & greeting.
It looks so unnatural yet it's hilarous! Just seeing minifigs move to begin with, let alone for an entire movie. They just look so cute yet clumsy and awkward! This is especially noted in the scene where Emmet and Wyldstyle fall into the Old West world. Emmet continues to scream for a few seconds more after he's already hit the ground face-down.
The "10 seconds later" card is accompanied by the Double Dare theme, and is apparently produced by Octan! The "10" seconds later card that denies Vitruvius might have taken more than ten seconds to blindly navigate up a flight of stairs. A wizard is never late, Frodo Baggins Though in Bionicle's case, it may also be a jab at what happened to it The secret knock to enter Cloud Cuckoo Land is shown to be just one knock.
Which actually does kind of make sense ; when's the last time you just knocked on a door once? Especially considering there's a rather long pause before the door opens. Anyone who doesn't know the secret would probably think no one is coming to the door and knock again.
The fact that the names of the worlds that appear when the characters enter them are part of the world itself. Later in the movie, Benny's spaceship smashes through "Middle Zealand", scattering pieces everywhere.
A lot of the sound effects are lazily done on purpose making them comically brilliant and are definitely worth a giggle or two. Emmet's neighbor has a lot of cats voiced by people just going, 'Meow' in a high note, except for the last cat, Geoff, who has a deeper voice. In the Old West, the soundtrack is accompanied by a high-pitched voiced going, "A-Yah" and "A-Yah-Yah" whenever the robot sheriff and his deputies are staring down Emmet's wanted poster, the heroes themselves, or any other type of dramatic reveal.
The LEGO pigs themselves are even saying straight up, "Oink oink oink", and it wouldn't be much of a surprise if the same guy voiced all the animals and even some of the extra characters. The pigs make for an utterly hilarious gag when Emmet and Wyldstyle are fleeing in the Wild West. Wyldstyle starts to build a vehicle for them as Emmet runs wild getting tangled up in wire and pigs. As they reach Wyldstyle, she grabs the wire, snaps it in the air and suddenly all the pigs get in line like goddamn sled dogs with one synchronous "OINK!
Several times throughout the movie, when ships start moving their motion sounds are exactly the sound a person would make if they were imitating a plane. Makes a certain kind of sense, given The Reveal The Micro-Management robots sound exactly like someone pretending to sound like an evil robot.
Even with G-rating constraints, they still manage to have some great lyrics. We just named two awesome things! A piece of string! You know what's awesome? The entire third trailer is basically one big Parody of the Man of Steel trailer, using the same music, referring to Emmet as a 'Man of Plastic' and ending with a Lego-Superman commenting aside: It's funny enough, but pay attention to what is going on in the background instead, and you'll be laughing much harder.
A mini figure is trying to wrangle some chickens when one pulls a GUN on him.
The next scene then shows said mini figure lying on the floor while the chicken pins him down with the revolver and another chicken steals his cash. In the same video, Emmet talks about the pranks that happened on set, such as the others having a big party.
And not inviting him. The intro to this and several trailers involve Batman uninterested in performing his line to announce the "totally sweet" item to follow. At least until it's revealed that Superman is the replacement, upon which he says it with gusto and passion!
One shot from the party scene mentioned above is really funny. Pause when Emmet walks in and the shot comes into focus, and you'll see Bad Cop and President Business are holding Vitruvius upside down to do a keg-stand, Wyldstyle and Batman are doing karaoke on a table, and- this is the good part- Uni-Kitty and Benny have what can best be described as alcohol bottles up to their mouths.
In addition, there are a ton of bottles and cups all around on the floor.
I was legitimately trying to destroy them all. With Bad Cop about to throw a chair and Batman hanging upside down and glaring. And proceeds to do just that. Also pay attention to the boom mic operator, he looks like he's in a state of pure bliss during the phone book reading.
Where are his pants? A stagehand talks with a female stagehand and then laughs. Whatever he said prompted the female to get angry and pour her drink all over him and storm off.
A horse attacks a crew member and they land off-screen. Abraham Lincoln talks on a cell phone! A technician works on overhead beams and then falls down. During the first scene with Metalbeard, a stagehand is brushing his shark-arm's teeth. A mermaid tries to move around the set without having legs. One time she even falls forward, gets up, shakes dirt off her arms, and continues.
Batman, angry, intimidates a crew member by lifting him up by his throat with both hands and shaking his head, as if to say "You don't mess with the goddamn Batman! So they [the directors] got Will Arnett to voice me.
Guess that means Clooney passed. You'd think for a characters as important as President Business, they'd be able to get someone with serious chops. You know, I'm talking DeNiro.
They get Will Ferrell? When you're scraping the bottom of the barrel, you find yourself with a Will Ferrell. Vitruvius introduces the video and then falls, doing his infamous scream again! Emmet tries to tell the barista a joke, but trips over his words and ruins it. I'm on a seafood diet!
I eat s- I see seafood, and I eat it. Wyldstyle walks on screen laughing while the barista turns around with a confused smile on his face Emmet lands and continues screaming.
Batman's improvised one-liners when he crashes into the sunset. Who wants to see me do something really cool? What kind of lame-o name is [Lucy]? That's like that name of a bank teller, or a preschool teacher.
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Boy, did I just date myself with "bank teller". Ah, we gotta write all that down 'cause I'm not gonna remember any of it, but herewego! Then, Alison Brie breaks character and starts speaking normally, but the animators continued to animate her voice to Unikitty's face, resulting in the childlike Unikitty speaking in the voice of a grown woman.
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