February 19, 2019.
With the success of 2014’s The Lego Movie, it was only a matter of time before my family and I caught its highly anticipated sequel on the big screen, The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part. I went into this movie blind–having made it a practice to (as much as possible) not watch any featured film’s promos leading up to its release–but had an inkling that it may not have the same kind of cultural impact that made its predecessor an overwhelming success.
But without going into further detail, the movie was generally entertaining and the pop culture references were greatly appreciated. However, I also felt that the sequel’s plot was one that kids would simply enjoy more than adults.
But at the end of the day, isn’t that the most important thing.
It’s a kids movie after all.
Is it just me or are cinemas finally going to phase out physical movie posters just as they did with lobby cards? There seem to be so few left (that is if I do get to see them) and the fact that newer cinemas seem to favor LED Advertising Screens these days.