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Teenage Penny (Jenny McKillop) and pre-teen Ezra (Rachel Bowron) are homeschooled in small-town Saskatchewan. Their parents are part of a commune of hippies who refer to the outside world of Walmarts and McDonald’s restaurants as “Legoland.” Introduced to this outside world for the first time, the brother and sister’s misadventures feels like a pre-teen sitcom on the Disney Channel. Bowron is the deadpan funny to McKillop’s emotional franticness, and—while the jokes land fast and hard—the writing itself doesn’t have much depth and sometimes drags. Still, like a Disney Channel afternoon show, Legoland is hilarious place to spend some time. Reviewed by Bryan Saunders.
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