The Lego Star Wars Holiday Special

The Lego Star Wars Holiday Special

The Lego Star Wars Holiday Special

In this holiday-themed LEGO parody of the Star Wars franchise, Rey travels back in time and stumbles her way through key events from the previous films. Features the voices of Kelly Marie Tran, Billy Dee Williams and Anthony Daniels.

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The Lego Star Wars Holiday Special / Reviews

Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

The new and improved Holiday Special remixes the Star Wars timeline with plenty of neat gags. The Force is fun with this one.

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Stuff

Stuff

While, what follows doesn't quite reach the anarchic, reverential and hilarious heights of say Droid Tales or The Freemaker Adventures, there's still plenty to admire and revel in, whether you're a casual consumer or ardent fan of the Star Wars Universe.

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IGN

IGN

The LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special might just be an unexpected treat for those looking for an extra bit of closure on the Skywalker Saga. It is all at once abundantly silly, cringingly corny, and marvelously meta.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

The Lego Star Wars Holiday Special amps up that cheesiness in the best way possible, taking all the bad with the good, in a charming ode to the 1978 television special.

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Vulture

Vulture

Ultimately, The Lego Star Wars Holiday Special doesn't so much tell a story as spit out callbacks that seem to have come from a random Star Wars reference generator.

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IndieWire

IndieWire

Will people remember this, for better or worse, with the vividness they did the 1978 original? Will it become legendary? Maybe not. But sometimes it's more fun not to be a legend.

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Variety

Variety

At the end of the (Life) day, The Lego Star Wars Holiday Special is a fun, self-contained adventure which feels a few bricks short of a full Star Wars load.

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Total Film

Total Film

While squarely aimed at children, this Holiday Special offers a lot for Star Wars fans to enjoy. Redemption for the 1978 monstrosity, this is.

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RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

A studiously inoffensive mess, being both self-conscious and desperate-to-please, but also unfocused and un-funny.

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CNN

CNN

A clever romp through Star Wars history, smartly snapped together and wrapped in a bright, colorful bow.

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