+LEGO but sometimes they are so overly controlling it puts them in a bad light.
This clip is on their YouTube account, but for some unknown reason they decide now not allow embedding on the majority of their videos? Additionally comments are now disabled too on most videos?
Sheesh, that's now how the internet works brick peeps and not like you can't really afford someone to look after your brand on-line?
Anyway we'll likely never get told why, so lets watch a mini movie (aka an ad) for the recent +Star Wars LEGO sets, courtesy of +Hoth Bricks and Daily Motion. (Both of whom clearly do get the internet)