The protagonist of The Lego Movie (2014) is named Emmet Brickowski. Like most of the other characters in the film, Emmet is a Lego figure but seems to be able to move independently, or so we are led to think.
Emmet/Emmett is of course a real-world name but in many versions of the story of the golem (including the Polish one) "emet" or "emeth" (אמת, "truth" in Hebrew) is also the word written in or on a clay figure to animate it. I always assumed this was an in-joke, especially given that Brickowski, while a fictional surname and obviously a Lego joke, has a Polish structure.
Is there any evidence that this was an intentional reference to the golem myth on behalf of the creators?