I am still trying to understand how The Lego Movie came to fruition. Movies like this just don’t get made. I’m not talking about films that seem to be nothing more than an elaborate marketing exercise for a particular brand, because that kind of thing happens all the time. 688 more words
As a children’s animation, and potentially the largest marketing campaign ever conducted, The Lego Movie is somehow thematically astounding and full of depth, but Hollywood’s unfortunate presence bleeds through the colourful, plasticky world, rarely bogging the blocky animation’s light-hearted and entertaining narrative. 658 more words
Who watches Parks and Recreation?
I love Parks and Recreation, and the internet loves it, and from the Tumblr search I just did, Tumblr really, really likes Parks and Rec as well. 633 more words