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LEGO: The Adventures of Clutch Powers
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155 of 175 people found the following review helpful
on February 25, 2010
Format: DVDVerified Purchase
I have two boys 4 and 6 who are, of course, HUGE Lego fanatics. We have had this for 2 days and have already watched it 4 times. My only problem with the movie is that it uses words that I dont really like for my boys to use (idiot, stupid, fool) and I just don't think it's necessary to include these words in kids movies. There was also some mild "romantic humor" which I could have done without, but really not a big deal.
However, either way, I think it's great to have a full length Lego movie and the whole family enjoyed it. The animation is wonderful, there are alot of silly and cute jokes that made us all laugh, and they did a great job at weaving together all the different Lego products/lines into one cohesive story. It has also given my kids alot of new ideas for how to act out stories with their Legos!
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
on August 7, 2010
Format: Amazon Instant VideoVerified Purchase
We had a ball with this movie. We've watched it twice with our grandchildren and enjoyed it more the second time around when we could appreciate the work that went into making this fabulous DVD. This movie works for any age- very young children, older children, or slightly, okay, okay, maybe only somewhat, older grandparents!
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20 of 24 people found the following review helpful
on February 26, 2010
Format: DVD
Older brickheads and young Lego enthusiasts alike will have a blast with this highly enjoyable LEGO adventure on DVD. My son had a grand time spotting his toys amongst the action of the overall superb animation (especially the backgrounds). The story is fun and jumps around the LEGO universe in a ridiculous fashion, the humour is overall perfect for the age group this is aimed at and fun for those still young at heart. The feature presentation is well worth the admission price but for another awesome experience check out the 6 min stop motion Space Police mini movies in the extras it is really cool and fun to watch the actual toys come to life in a way that my son and I have attempted on our own with the PS3s eye movie software. The kiddies are gonna hit the repeat button on this one, a must buy for the brick clicker in your house.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful
on July 16, 2010
Format: DVD
That's how our 5 year old rated this movie. Long story short: We came to realize that he gets nervous when he finds a character is in danger. Like when Clutch is dealing with the rock monster, or later when Clutch encounters the goblin (who gobbles him up), or when the Lego-team is battling the wizard. He's not particular fond of fire-spewing dragons either. Perhaps he's still a bit too young to watch this movie alone.

In spite all this he still likes this movie a lot. While nervous, he still laughs through the "scary" parts. He loves the skeletons, especially two silly ones, and the black one on the horse at the end. But he only watches the movie if I, or his mom, or elder sisters watches it with him.

I do find it indeed a nice and fun movie for kids. As reviewer Leah (mom of 2), pointed out in her review, there are some lines and words used in it, that I also could have lived without (especially for 4 or 5 year olds). But not real big deal. It's also full of action. It's fun. I'm thinking older then 5 year kids may like this movie more, but if watch with parents the very young ones (4 and 5 year) will also still like it a lot.

Since our 5 year old is a bit scared by it, I feel I can't rate 5 stars, but since he still likes it a lot, I rate it 4 stars.

Tip: It might be handy to have some Lego around, when kids watch this movie. Our son is not a particular Lego kid. Does play with Lego from time to time, but I would not say it's his favorite toy. But this movie is always an inspiration to play with Lego after watching it.

Thnks for reading.

Ps. I'm actually very surprised this is the first Lego movie. I mean, I know they have several Lego computer games, so I thought for sure they had already produce movies. Apparently not. I guess Playmobil beat Lego on bringing out a movie then. Sometime ago we got the Playmobil: The Secret of Pirate Island Playmobil pirates DVD for our son. He actually likes the Playmobil one very much. I guess that has to do with the Pirates theme. He's all in to pirates lately. But it's a fun movie too, with lots of fun and entertaining songs. He liked it a lot and wasn't scared at any moment. He watches it alone all the time. You can read my review on it.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on April 17, 2010
Format: DVDVerified Purchase
I purchased this movie for my son's 7th Birthday. He loves it and his 4 year old sister enjoys it too. The perfect gift for any Lego fan! Very happy with this buy, would definitely recommend.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on July 12, 2013
Format: DVDVerified Purchase
It is entertaining for my son who is 5 but it is now on nexflix so I would skip this one for now.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
on February 24, 2010
Format: DVD
Our hero Clutch Powers has his hands full keeping his minions (including some zany ones) together in this epic battle of the good guys versus the bad guys. The story line is well-crafted and interlaced with really neat kid-like humor, fun interplay between the characters, many heart-stopping challenges confronted and overcome, and exciting, fast-paced action. Kids will love it.LEGO: The Adventures of Clutch Powers
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Format: Amazon Instant Video
The trailer pretty much shows what you will see in the movie. It's got a sense of humor that will make adults laugh as well as the under 10 year old set. It spoofs well known movies and uses worn out cliches to comic effect. The visual and sound quality are very well done for a straight to DVD type movie.

Overall, this movie is very entertaining. I didn't roll my eyes or groan much, if at all. Two thumbs up
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on March 13, 2010
Format: DVD
Clutch is all the badness of Indiana Jones and Batman rolled into a flawless Lego superhero that men wish they were and women wish they could be with. I got this thinking since my son loves the Lego PS2/NinDS series of games (especially Indy Jones/Star Wars), he may dig it.

He's been watching Indiana Jones on repeat for months now. He knows the intro to Temple of Doom by heart (I think he has a crush on Willie). So at first he was hesitant, but after watching it once, it had begun to take hold.

When he runs around and does something that he feels is particularly awesome, he starts humming Indiana Jones. Now, the action music to Clutch occupies equal time in his mind as a soundtrack.

There's a ton of one liners ("Rock monsters!? Why does it always have to be rock monsters!?") that the kids will be repeating and the movie is all about teamwork. If LEGO is smart, they'll market the heck out of this because at this point my son would die for Clutch Powers bedspreads, lamp covers, posters, etc.

As a parent I love it. He's NEVER reacted to any animated 3-d movie like this. I can't get him to watch a single one (Surfs up, Ice Age, Cars, they have no interest to him). But he LOVES Clutch. I hope there's many more movies coming because we'll have every one in our collection. 5 stars all day long.

Well, I guess I do have reason to complain about one thing. I've spent over $100 so far amassing a collection of Lego blocks for him now. He wants nothing but Legos. As a software developer, I guess I can do nothing but encourage this budding interest in engineering :)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on April 9, 2010
Format: DVDVerified Purchase
My 7-year-old son watched this movie, then we bought it as birthday gift for a friend of his who just turned 8 years old. Both boys are "LEGO-crazy" and really liked it. The other mom reports her son has watched his DVD multiple times already. I thought it was tolerable to sit watch this movie with my son, but I based the rating on what the kids thought.
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