Lego: The Adventures of Clutch Powers

Synopsis: For the first time ever, see the world of LEGO come to life in the all-new feature-length DVD movie adventure with Clutch Powers, the best builder and explorer in the LEGO universe.
Director(s): Howard E. Baker
Production: Universal Studios
  1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
5.8
NOT RATED
Year:
2010
78 min
1,519 Views


Clutch, you can't

go after the power crystals by yourself

It's too dangerous.

We, re sending reinforcements.

No thanks, Kjeld.

I work alone.

Glad nobody saw that.

Power crystals.

Whoa!

That's big enough

to power LEGO City for a whole year.

Whoa.

Rock Monsters.

Why does it have to be Rock Monsters?

Oh, no.

The Mine Mech.

Come on, come on.

Whoa.

Time to get creative. Hmm.

Okay. Oh?

Uh-oh.

Perfect.

Uh-oh.

A baby?

Oh, no. This changes everything.

Shh. You'll be okay.

Good baby Rock Monster.

Is this your baby?

Looks just like you.

I'm sorry. I didn't know.

I just wanted one of your crystals.

Thisis Air 7 with

a Clutch Powers sighting.

Hey, Clutch, thanks

for helping us catch the crook.

Yeah, thanks.

Yeah, thanks a lot.

Hey, look, it's Clutch Powers.

Hey, Clutch.

Looking good, Clutch.

Hey, Clutch Powers,

can we go with you?

We're on our way to a four-alarm fire.

Come on!

Clutch Powers.

Watch out, Clutch!

Watch out!

Clutch Powers.

What's going on, Clutch?

Hey, Clutch.

Clutch, over here.

Welcome to LEGO headquarters.

You'll make great explorers one day.

Clutch.

Kjeld. I got the crystal.

You're late.

You're welcome.

I came as soon as

I got your signal.

Mmm-hmm.

The others made it on time.

What others?

Brick Masterson. Firefighter.

Weapons specialist. Demolitions expert.

S'up?

G'day. Peg Mooring. Biologist.

Single-handedly

discovered 12 new species of marine life.

Thirteen, actually.

Ever so pleased to meet you.

Yours, love?

Bernie Von Beam.

The LEGO team's most brilliant engineer.

Hallo.

Hi, everyone. I'm...

Well, you're

Clutch Powers, of course.

Possibly the greatest

LEGO explorer ever.

They know who you are, Clutch.

Everyone knows who you are.

What about me?

Does everyone know me?

So, that's your team.

Wow. Pretty impressive.

But I work alone.

As do I.

Yep. Alone.

I work well with others.

Why does he get to be

team leader, anyway?

Because.

Because why?

Because he didn't blow up

a whole city block on his last mission.

Okay. I'm just asking.

What's gotten into all of you?

Have you all lost sight

of the LEGO mission?

Have you forgotten what

this organization represents?

Well, it's about

helping others.

Fighting the good fight.

Engineering better solutions.

Doing whatever it takes,

wherever it takes us.

And how do we do all that?

We build on each other.

It's something

I learned from your father.

Yeah, that sounds like him.

He always talked a good game.

I brought you here

because we've got a problem on Planet X-4.

The prison planet?

The Space Police

Interstellar Supermax

Correctional Facility,

to be more specific.

It holds just three prisoners,

the three most

vicious criminals in the entire galaxy.

Two days ago, we received

a garbled distress call

from the Watch Commander.

The prisoners are escaping.

We need help.

Then we lost communication

with them entirely.

Hurry.

What happened?

Prison break?

That's what I need you to find out.

Come on. We have

a spaceship ready for you.

Oh. Hey, hey! Hey!

Yes, Brick?

Do I get to blow something up?

It's possible.

I guess it depends

on what we find.

It's a bit of a mystery.

Yuck!

I hate mysteries.

I like mysteries.

Clutch Powers?

The Clutch Powers?

And you are?

Your biggest fan.

"A. Fol"? Arthur. My

friends call me Artie.

You can, too. Call me

Artie. Or be my friend.

Right, Artie, like the great

Clutch Powers would ever be friends

with somebody like you. Artie?

He knows my name.

There's no need to bow.

Of course. Of course.

You only bow to royalty,

and you're not a king.

More like a god.

Arthur.

Artie.

Kjeld says you have

a ship ready for us.

Oh, my golly goodness.

It's gotta be here somewhere.

I know I put it in...

Yes, the other pile.

Yes. No? Right!

This pile is the pile it

was in. I know I've got it.

Just came off

the assembly line.

It's a Space Police

Lighthouse Massive Cruiser

with modified crew quarters,

X- over-M thrusters

and an ion-burst

relativity jump drive

for intergalactic travel.

And it's got a spinner.

Any questions?

Yeah, how are we all supposed

to fit in this little thing?

Wow!

Well, why didn't you say so?

You're bringing extra hair?

A girl's gotta be prepared.

Whatever. Back up.

Whatever happened

to "ladies first"?

Never send a girl

to do a man's job.

Here. Let me give

you a hand.

Yes!

Ten, nine, eight, seven,

six, five, four...

Seat belts, everyone?

...three, two...

Brick?

Seat belts?

We don't need no stinking...

... one, zero. Blast off!

...seat belts!

Pizza delivery.

What idiot ordered pizza

on the way to a mission?

Where's my pizza? Are we

there yet? How much longer?

Can't this thing go any faster?

I'll have you know we're going

1.6 million kilometers per hour.

Actually, 1.64 if you factor

in the gravity slingshot effect.

You know, I'm quite

the diarist myself.

I... What?

Isn't that your journal?

What journal?

The one you're sitting on.

Oh, that journal.

It's not mine.

It's my father's.

Your father?

Powers. Of course. You're

the son of Rock Powers,

the legendary explorer.

I found this symbol

in his notes.

It's just like the symbol

from the prison distress call.

What did he make of it?

He didn't. It was his last entry

before he up and disappeared.

He was always missing. Off on

some crazy adventure or expedition.

But, hey, at least it

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