How to make your own ‘The Lego Movie’ movie

How to make your own ‘The Lego Movie’ movie

In his recent book, The Lego Movie, Tim Burton wrote of the film’s inspiration: “The story is based on a real event.”

That event occurred in the 1960s, when a group of friends met for a drink and decided to take a road trip to New York City.

The group’s first stop was Times Square, where a young film student named Paul Revere, played by Tim Curry, stumbled upon a statue of Abraham Lincoln.

The young man began to wonder if this was his destiny.

He approached the statue and asked it to tell him about himself, and to bring a friend, the girl who had taken his place.

Revere asked her to stand behind the statue, and when she did, the statue gave him a vision.

The boy asked the statue to show him where his home should be, and it showed him his family’s house in Brooklyn.

When Revere got home, he told his father that he wanted to live there.

He then took a trip to Chicago and met the same girl who gave him his first vision.

When he returned to New Jersey, he went back to Times Square and asked the same statue to tell his mother, and the statue told him his parents’ home should also be on the square.

As Revere tells it, the boy began to feel that he had a family and that his family had something to offer him.

He began to think of himself as an artist, and his dreams were fulfilled. 

“The Lego movie” takes place in the present, and many of the characters are the same, with a few new ones thrown in for good measure.

Burton wrote that the movie is the most realistic movie ever made, and in an interview with the Guardian, he said, “We’re trying to tell the story of a man who, at the age of 16, has his first glimpse of the world.

He becomes the most famous artist in the world and the world begins to see that.”

The Lego movie has already been viewed over a million times, and has generated some interesting reactions.

One of those reactions came from a girl named Kristin, who took a selfie of her friends after the movie.

She captioned the picture, “I have a dream.”

You can read Kristin’s story in the gallery below.