‘The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part’ hopes to redeem egregious Oscar snub from 5 years ago

Warner Animation Group is on a quest for redemption. Back in 2014 they were delivered one of the biggest shocks in recent Oscar memory when “The Lego Movie” was left out of the category of Best Animated Feature. Now they’re looking to finally get this franchise in the race with the sequel, “The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part,” directed by Mike Mitchell.

The film picks up where the first film left off, with Emmet (Chris Pratt) attempting to make peace with the Duplo aliens but a misunderstanding leads to a battle in Bricksburg. Five years later, Bricksburg is now an apocalyptic relic of what it used to be due to repeated attacks. Emmet tries to remain upbeat with Lucy (Elizabeth Banks) but she is much more worried about future attacks and tells Emmet he needs to be ready for them. Lucy and several friends of hers are kidnapped and
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