LEGO Movie Maker is LEGO set 70820-1. It has a score of 68. This is bad compared to all other sets. The set is recommended by 0 reviews, based on 3 scored reviews and 4 reviews total. It is ranked in the bottom 11.94% scored sets on Brick Insights. We know this set was released in 2019, and it is categorised in The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part.
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This is a fun combination of LEGO building and movie-making that will be perfect for fans of The LEGO Movie 2. Older kids might be a little disappointed in the functionality of the Movie Maker app, but it's easy enough for younger kids to use and quickly make their own LEGO movies.
This is a fun set, and your creative child can make some great movies, but be prepared for a ton of frustration trying to view or copy those movies. And all of the special effects you can add are great, but once you "finalize" the movie there is no going back to add or change them. For serious (10 y.o. level) lego stop-motion video making, you're going to need to find another app. We already lost 1 masterpiece at the 59th second and have numerous shorter videos stuck in the approval process for about a week through all kinds of troubleshooting and trying multiple devices (apple & android).
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.