As well as documenting the publication of Bricks magazine under the editorship of Mark Guest the documentary also looks at some of TLC's inner workings, so is well worth watching if you are available.
By NBJMarks in United Kingdom, 14 Jun 2015 19:36Will this be available to watch on their website afterwards, or is it just on the TV? By FreewheelBricks in United Kingdom, 14 Jun 2015 20:17Just watched first part, really want a designer job when I'm older!!!! By BrickSun in Netherlands, 14 Jun 2015 20:32I hope somenone wil put up a torrent of this programme! By The Rancor in United Kingdom, 14 Jun 2015 21:22Just watched it and that 'cult' theme seemed to be pushed on everyone interviewed. By The Rancor in United Kingdom, 14 Jun 2015 22:25Wasn't that one of the superhero summer wave? By mark235 in United Kingdom, 15 Jun 2015 14:22I enjoyed the show but similar to many other commenters I started getting annoyed with the way the program was trying to push Lego as a cult. By [email protected] in United Kingdom, 15 Jun 2015 16:20which set was the one coming out? By Fatboyandson in Canada, 15 Jun 2015 17:01I managed to watch it on dailymotion before it got taken down.
By tontonsega in France, 15 Jun 2015 19:35We also have a documentary on Lego tonight on french TV. By Sethro3 in United States, 15 Jun 2015 20:23^Licensed themes are where the entire TOY industry is going, not just LEGO. By henrysunset in United States, 16 Jun 2015 09:12While there were some enjoyable segments, I felt like this wasn't as good as it could have been. Brickset is a community of LEGO fans from around the world with a passion for sharing, discussing, recording and building. Between us we own 13,945,840 sets worth at least US$349,766,072 and containing 3,327,042,157 pieces.
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Step into the action-packed world of LEGO NINJAGO and discover everything there is to know about the legendary Ninja Meet the heroes of LEGO NINJAGO, learn all about their foes, and join them in their fierce battles. I den sammenheng gjennomgikk selskapet nylig en emisjon for å hente 60 millioner kroner i frisk kapital. The programme features cameos from several Brickset members including Huw, DrDave and myself, or so I am told.
I realise the word 'secret' was in the title but wanted more factory floor footage and maybe a new set reveal. In fact, I think Star Wars might be the only single license that rivals any of these — certainly it's the only single license with as many new sets this year.The set archive at the LEGO Idea House is definitely cool but when I visited it on the LEGO Inside Tour, it wasn't as breathtaking for me as it seems to have been for many visitors. We get some great vignettes including the story behind the LEGO Birds set, the interview process for a coveted LEGO designer job, and Mark Guest's experiences making Bricks Culture magazine a reality.
Bridled a bit when the contents of lost containers washing up on British shores was described as 'legend' when it would be more accurate to describe it was well-established fact. The documentary takes a look inside LEGO’s headquarters as well as featuring some of the employees. Don’t get me wrong, I love that site for the collection-based features but half the news there is paid promotions. Learn how to become a powerful warrior just like Kai, Zane, Cole, Jay, Lloyd, Nya and their wise leader Sensei Wu.Covering all four series, LEGO NINJAGO™ The Secret World of the Ninja explores the main characters, their personalities and weapons. It seemed pretty hard to stand out above others for in the interview stage without giving too much away. Still I'm glad the chap got the job, and as ever its always a joy to see the silver fox that is Mark Guest ! Perhaps that's in part because I'm a younger AFOL (24), and I exist in an era where the most important sets to me are often reviewed in detail online (as opposed to sets from before my time, many of which were already rare treasures by the time the online AFOL community became a thing).
The show also follows Mark Guest and his launch of Bricks and Bricks Culture and Tom Poulsom and his LEGO Ideas Birds (21301) set. And healthy eating - I'd eat those prawn filos all day!I disagree with the thought that admitting you are an AFOL, or for me a few years ago, a TFOL, is becoming cool. That's not to say that more in house themes wouldn't be welcomed.And I haven't watched the documentary, but I'd assume many working in Billund are of Danish descent.

I certainly wouldn't expect it to be very interesting to casual LEGO fans who don't have have specific sets they'd want to look for, which is probably why it wasn't covered in detail in this documentary.
Covering all four series, LEGO NINJAGO The Secret World of the Ninja explores the main characters, their personalities and weapons. Maybe in the creative industry because it is a creative product but probably not elsewhere. It doesn't help that it's just a bunch of shrink-wrapped boxes on sliding shelving units, so it's far from the most attractive subject to shoot video of.As far as race is concerned, though, you're right that a lot of the LEGO fan community is white and it's definitely something that I think is worth investigating. I can't speak for the company, but I'm sure they aren't trying to segregate or exclude any other people based on country of origin or skin color.
But I guess myself and many other AFOLs seem to be in creative professions, perhaps unsurprisingly! LEGO is an expensive hobby, and "white privilege" is still enough of a problem here that people of other races are less likely to grow up in households that can afford to spend so heavily on toys. So take what I say with a pinch of salt.As for the voiceover - who else but Hugh Bonneville?And talking of uncomfortable, how about retracting the 'secret blinds'? Does it mean its the hobby of AFOL's whom are White, Middle Class, late 20s to Middle Aged? Just because they don't exist in the documentary doesn't mean they are only hiring caucasian people. I don't know for sure what the situation in other countries might be, though.It's also possible that some non-white families might have problems with the perceived "whiteness" of the minifigure.
The yellow-skinned minifigure is intended to be raceless, but not everybody sees it that way (nor is it really fair to argue that they should), and themes like Star Wars and Friends that do include a wider range of skin tones can have frustratingly small numbers of dark-skinned characters.

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