LEGO Movie 2 LEGO Movie Maker 70820
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Make your own movie with THE LEGO® MOVIE 2™ 70820 LEGO Movie Maker building toy, featuring a movie stage, camera stand for your smartphone device and plenty of cool action props! The stage features a frame with sliding, adjustable arms at the top to hold and animate props, characters and accessory elements, a double-sided backdrop with alternative scenes, plus a platform with built-in sliders to move characters around. Attach the camera stand to any of the 3 special points on the stage for different angles and camera panning movements. This THE LEGO MOVIE 2 set also comes with action props like Emmet’s Escape Buggy and Rex’s Rexplorer, 3 minifigures, a mini-doll figure, 4 brick-built figures and a raptor figure for creative play.
Item No: 5702016367928
$79.00
Product Description:
Make your own movie with THE LEGO® MOVIE 2™ 70820 LEGO Movie Maker building toy, featuring a movie stage, camera stand for your smartphone device and plenty of cool action props! The stage features a frame with sliding, adjustable arms at the top to hold and animate props, characters and accessory elements, a double-sided backdrop with alternative scenes, plus a platform with built-in sliders to move characters around. Attach the camera stand to any of the 3 special points on the stage for different angles and camera panning movements. This THE LEGO MOVIE 2 set also comes with action props like Emmet’s Escape Buggy and Rex’s Rexplorer, 3 minifigures, a mini-doll figure, 4 brick-built figures and a raptor figure for creative play.
Item No: 5702016367928
Product Description
Make your own movie with THE LEGO® MOVIE 2™ 70820 LEGO Movie Maker building toy, featuring a movie stage, camera stand for your smartphone device and plenty of cool action props! The stage features a frame with sliding, adjustable arms at the top to hold and animate props, characters and accessory elements, a double-sided backdrop with alternative scenes, plus a platform with built-in sliders to move characters around. Attach the camera stand to any of the 3 special points on the stage for different angles and camera panning movements. This THE LEGO MOVIE 2 set also comes with action props like Emmet’s Escape Buggy and Rex’s Rexplorer, 3 minifigures, a mini-doll figure, 4 brick-built figures and a raptor figure for creative play.
Item No: 5702016367928

Features & Benefits

  • Become a film director with LEGO® Movie Maker!
  • Features a movie stage, swiveling camera stand for your smartphone and action props.
  • Movie stage features a frame with 2 sliding, adjustable arms at the top to hold and animate props, characters and access
  • Camera stand features a smartphone device holder.
  • Piece Count 482
  • Ages 8+

Customer Reviews

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Surprisingly fun!
This set was very fun to build and see the characters being put together and had some play features I wasn't aware of. The characters in this set are:
Emmet (with a new face and the scratched printing); Lucy/Wyldstyle (with no new prints or pieces);
Rex Dangervest (with a new face print);
Sweet Mayhem (unfortunately without her helmet or wings);
Queen Watev'ra Wanabi (a micro build with 2 new printed 1x2 bricks, one happy and one angry); Ultrakatty (in a very bizarre but very articulated form, again, with a new face print);
a small Duplo invader (with chomping mouth);
a big Duplo invader (the one who says "We are from the planet Duploh and we are here to destroy you", again with an opening and partially closing mouth).

There are also three vehicles included, all in micro scale (Sweet Mayhem's ship, Rex's ship and the escape buggy.)
All of the things have clear rods attached to them (except the minifigs) which are useful for making the movie. The actual set where you can make the movies is quite a fast and basic build, with the main part being a big cardboard sheet of either Apocalypseburg or the Systaar System. There are 2 very neat builds where you attatch a minifigure to a jumper plate and then, using a handle off set, you can move them around and make it look like they are walking.
Also, at the top of the set, there are places where you can attatch Sweet Mayhem's ship on one side and Rex's on the other. This allows you to move around the spaceships without having to hold them. Sweet Mayhem's can go up, down, left and right whereas Rex's can only go side to side.

The build for the phone holder is very neat too. It has three different stages depending on where you want the camera to be showing and an adjustable part at the top so that it can fit any size (not tablets though!) It can also clip onto three parts of the set so that you can get different angles.

Overall, I really enjoyed building this set and also making movies with it. Unfortunately on the Movie Maker App you can only make movies of 1 minute or less. I still really enjoy it though!
June 24, 2019
Originally posted at
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Not what I was hoping/expecting, disappointing
Bought for me and my children to create some animations.
Firstly, I thought purchasing this set would give me privilege to get the Lego Movie Maker app, but no it's a free app that I could have downloaded anyway. So the app is just an excuse to view all your photos and videos.
Secondly, I went to the Lego Discovery Centre in Birmingham where you could take photos and then play them as an animation. Really great and that's what I thought I was getting, but this is actually just a video recording.
You get quite a few mini figs, film set and phone holder, but it's a lot of money for what it is. As the app is free it may be worth just making your own phone holder and buying a different set. I ended up downloading another free app to try and recreate the one in the Lego Discovery Centre.
June 19, 2019
Originally posted at
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Poorly designed
My son recently received this for his birthday, I LOVE the idea of this. I love all the character pieces that came in it. I do NOT love the flimsiness of the main piece. It is constantly falling apart, we have to spend more time rebuilding the set piece than we can play with it. This is the most disappointing Lego product I have seen. If I could return it, I totally would. We will be super-gluing this together so that my son can actually play with it as intended.
June 19, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Poorly designed
My son recently received this for his birthday, I LOVE the idea of this. I love all the character pieces that came in it. I do NOT love the flimsiness of the main piece. It is constantly falling apart, we have to spend more time rebuilding the set piece than we can play with it. This is the most disappointing Lego product I have seen. If I could return it, I totally would. We will be super-gluing this together so that my son can actually play with it as intended.
June 14, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Movie Maker
The Movie maker is a great backdrop for those wishing to create stop go animation. It is quick and easy to assemble. Whilst there are a few rods to support figures vehicles even in flight ( a counter balance may be required for heavier objects), there are very few props to create the scene. A few little bushes or rocks would have gone a long way. My biggest bug bear is the fact that all the base plates etc are Dark Stone Grey I would have expected them to blend in with the back drop scene and use Sand Yellow. We have enough Grey stone plates with other movie makers.
June 9, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Surprisingly fun!
This set was very fun to build and see the characters being put together and had some play features I wasn't aware of. The characters in this set are:
Emmet (with a new face and the scratched printing); Lucy/Wyldstyle (with no new prints or pieces);
Rex Dangervest (with a new face print);
Sweet Mayhem (unfortunately without her helmet or wings);
Queen Watev'ra Wanabi (a micro build with 2 new printed 1x2 bricks, one happy and one angry); Ultrakatty (in a very bizarre but very articulated form, again, with a new face print);
a small Duplo invader (with chomping mouth);
a big Duplo invader (the one who says "We are from the planet Duploh and we are here to destroy you", again with an opening and partially closing mouth).

There are also three vehicles included, all in micro scale (Sweet Mayhem's ship, Rex's ship and the escape buggy.)
All of the things have clear rods attached to them (except the minifigs) which are useful for making the movie. The actual set where you can make the movies is quite a fast and basic build, with the main part being a big cardboard sheet of either Apocalypseburg or the Systaar System. There are 2 very neat builds where you attatch a minifigure to a jumper plate and then, using a handle off set, you can move them around and make it look like they are walking.
Also, at the top of the set, there are places where you can attatch Sweet Mayhem's ship on one side and Rex's on the other. This allows you to move around the spaceships without having to hold them. Sweet Mayhem's can go up, down, left and right whereas Rex's can only go side to side.

The build for the phone holder is very neat too. It has three different stages depending on where you want the camera to be showing and an adjustable part at the top so that it can fit any size (not tablets though!) It can also clip onto three parts of the set so that you can get different angles.

Overall, I really enjoyed building this set and also making movies with it. Unfortunately on the Movie Maker App you can only make movies of 1 minute or less. I still really enjoy it though!
June 3, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Poorly designed
My son recently received this for his birthday, I LOVE the idea of this. I love all the character pieces that came in it. I do NOT love the flimsiness of the main piece. It is constantly falling apart, we have to spend more time rebuilding the set piece than we can play with it. This is the most disappointing Lego product I have seen. If I could return it, I totally would. We will be super-gluing this together so that my son can actually play with it as intended.
May 28, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Movie Maker
The Movie maker is a great backdrop for those wishing to create stop go animation. It is quick and easy to assemble. Whilst there are a few rods to support figures vehicles even in flight ( a counter balance may be required for heavier objects), there are very few props to create the scene. A few little bushes or rocks would have gone a long way. My biggest bug bear is the fact that all the base plates etc are Dark Stone Grey I would have expected them to blend in with the back drop scene and use Sand Yellow. We have enough Grey stone plates with other movie makers.
May 27, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Surprisingly fun!
This set was very fun to build and see the characters being put together and had some play features I wasn't aware of. The characters in this set are:
Emmet (with a new face and the scratched printing); Lucy/Wyldstyle (with no new prints or pieces);
Rex Dangervest (with a new face print);
Sweet Mayhem (unfortunately without her helmet or wings);
Queen Watev'ra Wanabi (a micro build with 2 new printed 1x2 bricks, one happy and one angry); Ultrakatty (in a very bizarre but very articulated form, again, with a new face print);
a small Duplo invader (with chomping mouth);
a big Duplo invader (the one who says "We are from the planet Duploh and we are here to destroy you", again with an opening and partially closing mouth).

There are also three vehicles included, all in micro scale (Sweet Mayhem's ship, Rex's ship and the escape buggy.)
All of the things have clear rods attached to them (except the minifigs) which are useful for making the movie. The actual set where you can make the movies is quite a fast and basic build, with the main part being a big cardboard sheet of either Apocalypseburg or the Systaar System. There are 2 very neat builds where you attatch a minifigure to a jumper plate and then, using a handle off set, you can move them around and make it look like they are walking.
Also, at the top of the set, there are places where you can attatch Sweet Mayhem's ship on one side and Rex's on the other. This allows you to move around the spaceships without having to hold them. Sweet Mayhem's can go up, down, left and right whereas Rex's can only go side to side.

The build for the phone holder is very neat too. It has three different stages depending on where you want the camera to be showing and an adjustable part at the top so that it can fit any size (not tablets though!) It can also clip onto three parts of the set so that you can get different angles.

Overall, I really enjoyed building this set and also making movies with it. Unfortunately on the Movie Maker App you can only make movies of 1 minute or less. I still really enjoy it though!
May 11, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO
Poorly designed
My son recently received this for his birthday, I LOVE the idea of this. I love all the character pieces that came in it. I do NOT love the flimsiness of the main piece. It is constantly falling apart, we have to spend more time rebuilding the set piece than we can play with it. This is the most disappointing Lego product I have seen. If I could return it, I totally would. We will be super-gluing this together so that my son can actually play with it as intended.
April 21, 2019
Originally posted at
LEGO