LEGO Hero Factory: Savage Planet (Bilingual)

LEGO Hero Factory: Savage Planet (Bilingual).

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Welcome to the Hero Factory. A place where the most advanced and skilled Heroes in the universe are built to serve one function - saving the world from evil. Rookie Rocka responds to a distress signal sent by a civilian, Aldous Witch, who has crash-landed on a protected planet. When Rocka goes missing, Stormer, Furno, Nex, Bulk and Stringer are sent to find him. They discover that Aldous Witch has transformed into the sinister Witch Doctor and has turned a once beautiful planet into a savage wasteland that is now set on destroying itself and everything on it... including our Heroes.

Special Features: Bonus Short: "Ordeal of Fire" - When the nefarious Fire Lord and his crew invade a refueling station, Stormer, Furno, Surge and Breez are forced to introduce the new "upgraded" Hero models before they're ready - or face losing one of their own

Other Special Features: Languages: English, French and Spanish; Subtitles: English and French


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Languages: English, French and Spanish; Subtitles: English and French
John Schneider, Malcolm McDowell, Henry Winkler, Mark Hamill
Closed captioning
Mark Baldo
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Warner Bros Entertainment
Warner Bros.
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LEGO Hero Factory: Savage Planet (Bilingual) is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it I never really liked Lego movies, except for the Bionicle movies, but I really liked this movie! I think the best parts of it was when Furno and Rocka were about a split second from beating the oil of eachother :D. I also had a huge grin on my face at the end when Stormer tells Furno that he is a good leader. Loved the Mario Bros. coin sound played when the heros were playing their game.
Date published: 2012-02-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from My son had seen this on the internet (in pieces), but this is more convenient, and he's watched it a couple of times already.
Date published: 2012-06-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worth the money because you get more than one story.
Date published: 2012-06-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from "No Hero Can Do It Alone..." The Savage Planet movie is the best Hero Factory Feature yet! When Rocka is ambushed on the dying jungle world of Quatros, the other Heroes must gear up with special animal armor and powers to save their lost comrade from the evil Witch Doctor. The message of this movie is teamwork. Rocka and Furno, the two newest heroes, must swallow their pride and work together as a team to defeat evil, and unite as heroes. Overall, a great movie with a great message, and awesome action! Five stars!
Date published: 2012-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from "Transporter, too Easy" This was a great movie! We first watched "Ordeal of Fire" (bonus -- technically comes before "Savage Planet"), which personally, and unfortunately, I thought was a little lame. The story line didn't seem to go anywhere, and there was too many random scenes (for example: Nex flirting with the reporter, going on about "Hero Book"; Furno and Breeze's weapons (I think) get stuck together and one of the villains says something like "did you miss me, love birds?" What's that about??). Over all, I guess it was fine. Now, going on to the actual "movie"! :D First of all, I want to say that "Savage Planet" was very enjoyable, and really made me get into it, wondering what would happen next. The story line is much more well thought of than "Ordeal of Fire", and went along more smoothly. Unfortunately to say, but Lego tends to add too many random conversations and name-calls in their movies, but in this one, some of the conversations were actually quite fun and made you want to listen closely to what the characters were talking about! Some camera angles and the slight movements of the camera were great too! -I really enjoyed it when the creatures got freed from the Quaza Spikes and said things like "I'm free! Yippee!", or "Thank you." One of them even took revenge on With Doctor! (I must say, I also really enjoyed seeing Stringer 3.0 punch-at-the-camera, it was so cool and hilarious!) For anyone who's wondering about languages, it includes English (No really? :P), French, Spanish, and Portuguese. Subtitles include English, Spanish, and Portuguese (no French). Overall, the movie was amazing; extremely fun! There was a lot of action and humor; and much different (storyline and such) then the first one (Rise of the Rookies)! Lego did a spectacular job on it, and I hope they keep making more Hero Factory episodes! :D I recommend this to WOO!
Date published: 2012-02-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from awesome My family loved this movie.It was funny.I would totally reccomend this to a friend!
Date published: 2012-01-06
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