The best films of the year (including The Lego Movie)

The Lego movie has a strong, deep, and satisfying story and it’s not afraid to be a little goofy.

The best of it is the Lego Movie: The Lego Video, which is a video-game adaptation of the original Lego Movie.

The movie’s most iconic moments, though, are those where we get to see the original characters in their prime: the kids, the adults, and the grown-ups.

The film’s original cast, led by John Goodman, is one of the best in the world, and it shines through.

There’s no better way to show the best of the franchise to the world than to bring back the original cast.

But that doesn’t mean that you can’t see the Lego video game adaptation as a tribute to the franchise.

Lego Movies and Lego: Movie fans can enjoy the Lego movies as well as the video game versions, but it’s the original movies that will be the best ones.

Check out these 10 films that remind us why the Lego series matters.

The Lego Batman Movie The LEGO Batman Movie was the first of a trilogy, but the sequel to The LEGO Movie: Beyond the Gates of Time was an even better film.

It was a sequel to a sequel that was, by all accounts, a pretty good film.

The LEGO movies follow Bruce Wayne (voiced by Adam West) as he takes on a task that will see him get lost in a strange, dystopian future.

This is the story of the character that would be a part of Lego Batman: The Videogame, and Batman’s quest is one that he shares with his younger brother, Tim Drake.

Bruce is a man of the people, one who stands up for what’s right even when he feels it might mean putting his family in danger.

The first Lego Batman movie had a good story, but there were some big problems with the execution.

The second Lego Batman movies didn’t have the same problems, but they were still far too long and, to be honest, I don’t think I’ll be seeing the second one anytime soon.

The third Lego Batman film, The Lego Aquabats Movie, had a lot of promise, but ultimately, it felt like a rushed attempt to make a sequel, instead of the full Lego universe Lego Aquatopia.

In The Lego Bat, Batman finds himself back in Gotham City, and a group of kids have set out to fight crime, solving problems in a city that is no longer in his control.

The Batman team is full of interesting characters, including Batgirl (played by Katie Cassidy), Catwoman (Julia Ormonde-Jones), The Joker (Adam Beach), and more.

But even with the best plot and most interesting characters (including Batgirl’s sister, Ivy, and Aquaman), it’s hard to like the Lego Batman universe.

The animated Batman movie The Lego Ninjago Movie was a bit better, but still left me wanting more.

There are a few elements of the Lego Ninjas animated series that are familiar, such as the “gumdrop effect” and the “Gumdrop” in the theme song.

There were a lot more nods to the Lego universe, but none that really fit the Lego Lego Ninniverse.

The most significant of those nods, though?

The Lego Flash animated series.

Flashpoint: Batman and the City of Shadows was the third and final Lego movie to be animated, and although it wasn’t the best, it was certainly one of its better ones.

The Flash is a dark, noir-inspired crime thriller set in the future, and while it wasn the weakest film in the franchise, it had plenty of great scenes.

The cast included Will Arnett as Detective Jay Garrick, who investigates the murder of a young woman and discovers the mystery of a mysterious organization called the League of Shadows.

There was also a cameo from a LEGO Batman figure.

The only major flaw of the LEGO Flash animated show was the ending, which was so far from the LEGO Ninjas story that it was a total surprise.

The new animated Batman: Gotham City Sirens, Batman: Detective Comics, Batman Beyond: Gotham, Batman Forever, and more have all been praised for their Batman: Batman Beyond animated series, and if there’s one thing I’m sure of, it’s that LEGO movies are worth watching again.

The Best of the Best Movies of 2016 The best movies of 2016 are not all that great.

They’re often a mix of good and bad, or just forgettable.

But they’re also all the more rewarding because they’re so much better than they were in 2016.

This year has seen some of the biggest hits of the last decade, with the likes of Captain America: Civil War and The Avengers.

These films have made a name for themselves by having a great story, great performances, and excellent performances from some of their leading actors.

There have been some fantastic films, and some that have just been terrible.

Here are the best movies from 2016, which will give