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Parents' Guide to

LEGO: The Adventures of Clutch Powers

By Joly Herman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 6+

Clever, witty adventure -- but also one big LEGO ad.

Movie NR 2010 82 minutes
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Community Reviews

age 5+

Based on 7 parent reviews

age 2+


I've watched this movie so many times since it came out in 2010. I've never been so hooked on a film!!! It's an absolute cinematic masterpiece. My kids and hubby also enjoy sitting with me to watch the adventures of Clutch powers countless sleepless nights in a row. This movie has quite the CLUTCH on me LOL!! Clutch is such a funny hunky character. I just can't get enough of his smolder. It's like his manly lego hand reached out from the screen and straight into this momma's heart!!!! LOL I can't wait to see what else clutch has in store for us in hopefully the nearby future. I am just OBSESSED with this breathtaking film. Keep it up, Clutch lovers!!! this fandom will never die LOL!!!!
age 7+


I enjoyed this movie ever since It was on Cartoon Network!

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (7 ):
Kids say (13 ):

This charming adventure DVD will certainly be a hit with LEGO fans. It has humor, a good story-line, defined characters, and a very uniquely LEGO world-view. Of course, it's also a product send-up; Each scene features cool new LEGO buildings and vehicles. But considering that the product send-up is a genre of its own these days (hello, Transformers?) the LEGO franchise does it with aplomb.

Talking with kids about watching versus buying might temper some of the consumer frenzy that this movie will inspire. But for what it's worth, the movie contains the creative spark that LEGO fans deserve. It's built on the fact that building is what the LEGO empire is all about. And that's not necessarily a bad thing.

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