So, the good folks over at The Lego Group enjoyed reading Joseph‘s review of The Lego Movie 2: The Second Partso much so in fact that they sent us some sets from the movie to review! Very generous eh? We’ve got one set directly from the film and another that lets you be a little bit more creative! So, if you’re looking to relive some of your favourite moments from The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part then look no further…

Emmet’s Dream House/Rescue Rocket

The Lego Movie 2

We’ve all seen it in the trailers, but Emmet has to go rescue his friends from Queen Watevra Wa’nabi, so it’s a good job that he can transform his dream house into a rocket ship… Because that’s the logical solution! Th set itself is great fun. It might take a little while to build and you’ll definitely have a few of those “Argh there’s a piece missi-.. wait no, found it.” moments – but the fully built version is great. It’s created so that the roof is detachable without having to rip it apart, which is a relief! The detail inside the house/ship is great, with photos of Emmet and Lucy decorating the walls and locked behind the repurposed front door. Did we mention that you also get Rex Dangervest; galaxy defending archeologist cowboy raptor trainer? Well, you do. AND Princess UniKitty. It’s available from Amazon or the Lego shop at £54.99! Here’s our build.

The Lego Movie 2 Movie MakerThe Lego Movie 2

Ever wanted to make your own movies? Well, here’s a great place to start. The Lego Movie 2 movie Maker set lets you build a stage to create your own adventures on. With two different backdrops from the new movie and a bunch of different characters to play with, the free app gives you the tools to film and create your own feature picture! The most useful part of the set is the phone stand that allows you to manoeuvre round the stage, filming all the best bits. This one doesn’t take as long to build as the Rescue Rocket, but will keep you entertained for hours! Here’s one we made, using the Movie Maker set and talking about The Lego Movie 2

There’s a whole other range of sets, like Emmet’s Thricycle (£12.99), the Pop up Party Bus (£69.99) AND the Systar Ship! (£54.49) To be fair, there’s so much in these movies to build and create with, we’re surprised there aren’t sets from every scene. These will make perfect presents for fans young or old.

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Eammon bounces between the North and South of England – investing his time in films & telly (when he's not writing for Heroes Direct)