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New Lego ads are pop culture riddles…Can you get them all? [10 pictures]

Feb 1, 2013 By Abraham

In another installment of Lego’s minimalist ads, we’re given a picture of bricks and a category — movie, book, song, etc. — and then we get to guess the answer. See if you can figure them out.

(I was going to put the answers at the bottom of the post, but then I decided I’d leave the solutions up to you.)

(via Lego, My Modern Met)


  1. Cameron says:

    1. Three Little Pigs
    3. Snow White
    5. Gulliver’s Travels
    7. The Tortoise and the Hare
    8. Moby Dick
    9. Um… Rolling Stones?
    10. Stairway to Heaven

    1. kay says:

      I have never seen Reservoir Dogs, so I didn’t get the reference. Number 7 makes more sense as the Tortoise and the Hare, but I initially saw Wizard of Oz. I saw the plain beige character going over the rainbow (although not colored) toward the emerald green character. Far stretch, I know.

      1. Lizz says:

        The seven blocks are the seven robbers. The clue is the colours each man in R dogs (I can’t spell the first word) is given a coloured name. Ie Mr blue, Mr pink Mr white. They don’t know each other when they attempt the diamond robbery and it means if they get caught they still don’t know names of who they worked with. Without going into to much detail that’s the reason for the seven bricks :)

  2. Casey says:

    The first must be Three Little Pigs, the third Snow White and the Seven Dwarves, the fifth Gulliver’s Travels, the seventh is The Tortoise and the Hare, the eighth is Moby Dick, and he last one is Stairway to Heaven. I need help with the others – I almost never see movies and am not big into music either! Someone help!

  3. Debbie says:

    (others, not necessarily in this order…) Three Little Pigs, Gulliver’s Travels, Moby Dick (?), Rolling Stones.

  4. Geo says:

    1. Three little pigs 2. Four Weddings and a Funeral 3. Snow White 4. ? 5. Gullivers Travels 6. Reservoir Dogs 7. The Tortoise and the Hare 8. Moby Dick 9. Rolling Stones 10. Stairway to Heaven

  5. Brian Lee says:

    This is what i figured so far:
    1. 3 little pigs
    2. ??
    3. Snow White and the 7 Dwarves
    4. Braveheart
    5. Gulliver’s Travels
    6. Reservoir Dogs
    7. Tortoise and the Hare
    8. Moby Dick
    9. Rolling Stones
    10. Stairway to Heaven

  6. Elston Gunn says:

    The Rolling Stones had more than four members. I’d think beatles before stones. Or perhaps the Ramones since they’re in black.

    1. Lizz says:

      It the gray colour and the four are different angles of turns (right side up, on the left, upside down, on the right) don’t think the numbers have anything to do with the number of members in the band :)

      1. Becca says:

        #9 has to be Rolling Stones because the block is rolling over (like a rolling stone). The number doesn’t matter in this one.

  7. Wiggy says:

    I think #4 is Star Wars Episode 2, Attack of the Clones? And I was thinking #9 was YMCA-like – so The Village People, but rolling gray stones makes more sense.

  8. wadE says:

    Are you sure #6 isn’t Clue? Got the rest except tortoise and the hair… Still not sure that’s right, but I’ll go with the crowd on that one.

      1. Becca says:

        If it were Clue the colors would be different. There would have to be green, purple, yellow, red, white, and blue.

  9. JaKi says:

    I’m really not sure about #4: Do you really think it’s Braveheart? It reminds me of Star Wars and of I, Robot…

  10. Susan says:

    I think the third one is the Ugly Duckling. The mother duck in the first lego, then a gap and the string of babies following. The large white one on the right is the swan. (I say not Snow White and the Seven Dwarves because of the gap between the first and second tiles.)

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