“Another change in the Lego landscape is the weaponry,” Mary Fichter writes in her second paragraph at 2paragraphs.com. “Popular packages like the Star Wars Republic Gunship and DC Universe Super Heroes’ Battle of Smallville include missiles, pistols, and weapons racks. And peacenik parents who would never buy a GI Joe figure (deeming a soldier with bayonet and gun too violent–or realistic) strangely don’t blink when Lego instructs their children to place a blaster rifle in the hands of a Clone Trooper.” Fichter calls for a gun buyback for kids. JK. But such things do exist. Anyway, Fichter reckons that “’The Lego Movie’ doesn’t include guns.” I don’t think we watched the same movie. Anyway, the LEGO Movie producer is sensitive to Ms. Fichter’s complaints. To a point. “‘We studied a lot about what parents would be comfortable with,” says producer Dan Lin. “But that doesn’t stop Lego from manufacturing and selling miniature plastic arms for children to play with,” Ms. Fichter responds. Huh? How are LEGO figures supposed to look realistic without minature plastic arms? Then again what do I know? I’m from the brick block era.