well at this time the set was very scarce for some reason so I ordered it cuz I was worried it was going to be one of those early retiring sets but nowadays it's quite common and you can find it in any store that sells legos.
She's cool... The horsetail is really, really- just the horn is enough, it could of just been just a magic cat with a horn. By the way, they should of made the movie logo like a remake of the original Lego logo. Flaws, flaws everywhere!
I loved this movie, and not just because I love Lego. But also because it was just an awesome movie. And it still leaves one question in my head....
How did they get away with it? And by that I mean, how did the people who made this movie convince a company like Warner Brothers and Lego, especially Lego, with everything and then some to lose on a misfire and absolutely no good reason to just play it safe, to throw all of their weight behind this. I'm not complaining, I'm glad they did, it just baffles me. The way I saw it when I saw those commercials for it was that this movie was going to go one of two directions: It was either going to be a huge success, or it was going to completely flop.
But it was a huge success, so successful that I've heard rumors that their going to make a sequel to it and a Ninjago (which is another Lego brand) movie. I'm skeptical about a sequel to the Lego Movie, I mean, I loved this one, but sequels are always a tricky mistress. As for the Ninjago movie, call me hopeful that that one works out, cause I absolutely loved the Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitsu series that played on cartoon network for a while, definitely one of the better things that they had on that channel.
So, yeah.... I loved this movie, and I don't think we've seen the last of the Lego franchise on the big screen.
Oh, and the videogame tie-in for this movie is pretty awesome too... Though its a Lego game, so you expect that.
Oh, I'm sure they will, if it will be carried out by some other people (by that I mean different directors and such), but I'm sure it'll turn okay. But regardless of who is writing or directing it, if they work hard at it and keep the similar tone to the first one it'll still be fun. I'm still just keeping this one at a somewhat arms length. I don't want to get too excited and end up with a big handful of eh.
Not for posing though her head is very prone to coming off if you are not careful, especially when it is tilted. I wanted to glue the white bottom part of her head to the greenish neck stud but the green stud would still be able to come off of the pink body and then I couldn't pose her like this.