The Lego Movie (Century 16, Century 20) Kids' toys and games have a poor track record as the basis for films. Since the broad-ranging "Toy Story" franchise doesn't really count (and with apologies to "Transformers" fans), the bar hasn't been set any high | February 7, 2014 | Palo Alto Weekly | Palo Alto Online |


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Arts & Entertainment - February 7, 2014

The Lego Movie (Century 16, Century 20) Kids' toys and games have a poor track record as the basis for films. Since the broad-ranging "Toy Story" franchise doesn't really count (and with apologies to "Transformers" fans), the bar hasn't been set any high

— Peter Canavese

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