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micah211 wrote:I might see it this week! as for the legos I bought a lego movie set already :D
Neat! Which one? :D

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ChickenSoup wrote:Dang. I'm gonna buy the jeans I need and put the rest towards scotch and legos. I am going to own spring break, bloodshot eyes and unintelligible speech be durned. The jeans will have everyone focused on my twerkable booty anyway.
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:3

Side note. Seriously--have legos gotten more expensive? Some sets these days... yeesh
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Good question.

With such a high standards of quality, there you go.
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ChickenSoup wrote::3

Side note. Seriously--have legos gotten more expensive? Some sets these days... yeesh
I think this is a good resource. Also, I've found the licensed \ franchise sets to be more expensive (Star Wars, LOTR, etc) for what they give you.

A good example: Council of Elrond versus a Lego movie set.

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ChickenSoup wrote::3

Side note. Seriously--have legos gotten more expensive? Some sets these days... yeesh
Yes :( :( :( they have, and they have also much improved in quality and storylines have gotten better, even thought there aren't many story-lines out there I like. The sets also seem to be better.

Actually there are a couple series I like such as the Batman and DC sets, but for the most part, ..thumbs down... on the story line department.

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LAVA89 wrote:
ChickenSoup wrote::3

Side note. Seriously--have legos gotten more expensive? Some sets these days... yeesh
I think this is a good resource. Also, I've found the licensed \ franchise sets to be more expensive (Star Wars, LOTR, etc) for what they give you.

A good example: Council of Elrond versus a Lego movie set.
Holy crap, that LOTR set is a ripoff o_o
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ChickenSoup wrote:
LAVA89 wrote:
ChickenSoup wrote::3

Side note. Seriously--have legos gotten more expensive? Some sets these days... yeesh
I think this is a good resource. Also, I've found the licensed \ franchise sets to be more expensive (Star Wars, LOTR, etc) for what they give you.

A good example: Council of Elrond versus a Lego movie set.
Holy crap, that LOTR set is a ripoff o_o
I think this set beats everything...
http://shop.lego.com/en-US/Minecraft-21102" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
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There are a couple other minecraft sets that you can connect to that one.
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Yes that one is really good, but the best is the nether set.
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I loved the lego movie we went to see the permire for my birthday, EVERY THIG IS AWESOME!!!!! Ha Ha Ha
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saw it with my kids yesterday (Spring Break plus $5 show and popcorn deal), we all loved it and they sing Everything is Awesome now (bought the mp3)

Went to the new Lego store afterwards too (left empty handed)

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the movie was AWESOME!!!

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I was expecting it to be like really... blocky. So I was suprised about how smooth it went. In fact, I totally forgot it was stop animation until the end of the movie

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