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'Good Day Philadelphia' Turns Into Lego Set After Movie Review

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PHILADELPHIA -

Kids are pumped about "The Lego Movie," and it hits theaters nationwide Friday.

Our movie critic, Kevin McCarthy, joined "Good Day Philadelphia" to tell you whether it's worth seeing in the theater.

McCarthy also shared his thoughts on another new movie that's out, "The Monuments Men."

In the second video clip, we have some Lego creations to show you, compliments of Michael MacLeod, Mark Noel and Alan Olshansky of the Delaware Valley LEGO Users Group (DelVaLUG).

The group consists of "Adult Fans of LEGO (AFOLs) dedicated to the infinite imaginative possibilities of the iconic interlocking plastic building brick."

They not only created a miniature version of the "Good Day Philadelphia" set but also a Phillie Phanatic, a Liberty Bell, a Flyers logo, Philly's LOVE statue and a cheesesteak!

For more information on their group, visit www.DelVaLUG.com, http://delvalug.forumotion.com/, Flickr and on Facebook.

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