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Can I watch "The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part" without watching the first one?

You should watch The LEGO Movie first. First of all, if you're interested in the second part, the first one is also for you. It's hard to describe the best parts without spoilers, so let's just say ...
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Is it necessary to watch "The LEGO Ninjago Movie" to appreciate "The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part"?

In short, No. The Lego Movie Part 2 makes the odd reference to other Lego films (such as Batman doesn't go off with the other DC characters at the beginning because he's "having another adventure"). ...
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Can I watch "The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part" without watching the first one?

I haven't seen the second film either, but my understanding is that it is a direct sequel to the first. Specifically, it takes place five years later, with Emmett's world being besieged by Lego Duplo ...
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Is the end credits sequence real?

The end credits were a mixture of practical effects and CGI, designed and animated by Alma Mater studios using Lego "kinetic sculptures" and stop-motion photography. Sitting with our fellow ...
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Can I watch "The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part" without watching the first one?

I haven't seen the second film, but it's likely there are plenty of references to the first movie, and that you'll enjoy this second one more if you know the characters and understand those callbacks. ...
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