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The LEGO Batman Movie
USA, Denmark
Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Comedy, Family, Animation
IMDB rating:
Chris McKay
Ralph Fiennes as Alfred Pennyworth (voice)
Jenny Slate as Harley Quinn (voice)
Jason Mantzoukas as Scarecrow (voice)
Doug Benson as Bane (voice)
Mariah Carey as Mayor Marion Grange (voice)
Kate Micucci as Clayface (voice)
Conan O'Brien as The Riddler (voice)
Eddie Izzard as Voldemort (voice)
Zoë Kravitz as Catwoman (voice)
Michael Cera as Robin / Dick Grayson (voice)
Will Arnett as Batman / Bruce Wayne (voice)
Riki Lindhome as Poison Ivy (voice)
Zach Galifianakis as The Joker (voice)
Rosario Dawson as Batgirl / Barbara Gordon (voice)
Billy Dee Williams as Two-Face (voice)
Siri as 'Puter (voice)
Storyline: There are big changes brewing in Gotham City, and if he wants to save the city from The Joker's hostile takeover, Batman may have to drop the lone vigilante thing, try to work with others and maybe, just maybe, learn to lighten up.
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Greatest animation in a long time!
This movie has everything. Action, comedy, drama, thriller, suspense...it is a mash up of all the goods fans of DC would want to see in cinema. A comedy like no other. The entire crowd in the cinema was laughing out loud the whole duration of the movie, it felt just like Deadpool, but better. Jesus! How i loved that movie! It even made me log in my facebook account just to write this review. You just gotta see it for yourself, probably the best comedy of the year of 2017, even though there tons of movies still coming out it will be hard to beat this. Batman's universe has never been so well explored, and there is this joker and batman relationship thing that just kills me. HILARIOUS!
The LEGO Batman Movie is quite funny and touching, if you can believe that
Just watched this at the theatre my friend works at. We both seemed to enjoy it. It has many funny lines and scenes and references a certain movie and several other versions of Batman. This version has his sidekick Robin who hadn't been in the previous Batman movies made in the last 20 years. The Joker is the main villain as is expected. Superman also appears as does the Phantom Zone, where Supes' arch enemy General Zod was imprisoned. The LEGO animation is quite entertaining to watch and I thought it would have the same kind of ending as the previous LEGO one but no. Me and my friend really had fun watching this. There are also some touching scenes. Something about how it's important to have friends and a family to depend on. So on that note, I recommend The LEGO Batman Movie.
Everything is Awesome… well almost everything.
When, I first heard that Legos was going to make a new movie that feature 'Batman'; I thought to myself, it must be, yet another mediocre, direct to video, animated movie, featuring the DC Super Heroes, like 2013's "Lego Batman: The Movie – DC Super Heroes Unite" or 2015's 'Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League – Attack of the Legion of Doom'. However, after doing some research, I found out this theatrical feature movie is not part of the films based on the video games series, but instead, a spin-off of the 2014's hit film, 'The Lego Movie'. Because of this, I was really excited and wanted to see this movie, as soon as possible. After finally seeing it, I can say, this movie was also awesome, despite the movie kinda go against Lego's founder, Ole Kirk Christiansen's policy of not having violence in a child's playtime. In my opinion, 'The Lego Batman Movie' is very much in the spirit of the first movie, and really build upon the Batman lore. We really do see a different side of him, in this film. Directed by Chris McKay, the film tackles the unique story of what would happen to Bruce Wayne/Batman (Voiced by Will Arnett) if he had no more criminals to fight against, after most of the rogue gallery had surrender to the new police chief, Barbara Gordon (Voiced by Rosario Dawson). Full of loneliness & guilt, Batman hopes to fill the emptiness of not fighting, by taking the responsibility of raising his adopted son, Dick Grayson (Voiced by Michael Cera). However, he cannot stop suspecting that his top arch-rival, Joker (Voiced by Zach Galifianakis) is up to something and try every step to prevent Barbara from doing her job. Can Batman built a family united or will his drive to put his enemies away, and make his community, safer, be his ultimate undoing!? Watch the movie, to find out! Without spoiling the movie, too much, 'The Lego Batman Movie' is a playful, witty homage to the DC Comics & Cape Crusader's film adventures over the years, while also bringing its own frantic sense of humor with inside jokes, sight gags, innuendos, breaking the fourth wall humors, slapstick, and pop culture references. Added to that, the film has amazing music and action that can appealing to both young and old audiences alike. However, the movie is without a few faults. Since the jokes are so rapid-fire in pace, some of the jokes might not land. While, most of the jokes didn't fall flat to me, I do think, for others, they might be a few that would. Nevertheless, there were a few things that I found jarring. Unlike its predecessor, this movie doesn't really make the "real" world a core plot point, and relegates the few moments of live-action to this instead. Said moments include clips of 1996's 'Jerry Maguire', the 1966 Batman TV series, and a brief shot of romantic movie covers. It was a bit weird to see. I thought, it would funnier to see Lego versions of these films, instead. Another thing that was weird was, since, this film takes place in a universe where all the previous incarnations of Batman has happened, in one point or another. How does Batman, not know of his previous relationship with Robin!? After all, during his 1966, 1992, 1995, & 1997 phrase, he kinda did have his dynamo duo, around. Also, how is it, possible that Joker is still around, if he died, during the events of his 1989 phrase? Just saying. Anyways, that brings us to the other fail of the film, the climax. It's really have to believe that Joker and the Rogue Gallery would had a change of heart, after trying to destroy the city, multiply times before, if anything, the film would had been better, if it's establish the connect, Batman has with the Justice League, a little better. I left that connection, was a loose-end that could had solve, with Batman's character development. It was also weird to see, other movie villains in the Phantom Zone, rather than other stronger DC villains. Despite that, the action was alright for the most part. It was nothing too violent for the kids. Yet, the combination of both stop motion and CGI is a bit hard to follow during a few action scenes. There was way too much things on the screen, going so fast that it's hard to figure out, who or what is going on. It's harder, to figure out in 3D. Still, for the most part, the movie's animation is break taking. A vivid display of visual grandeur of what would be done in the Lego Cartoon Universe with its CGI effects. Another great thing about this film is the voice acting. Arnett's gravelly tones and deadpan delivery are perfect for this reclusive, grumpy incarnation of the character. Another standout is Michael Cera's impossibly wide-eyed Robin, whose enthusiasm knows no bounds. It's been a long while, since I like a Michael Cera performance. Ralph Fiennes makes for a superbly dry Alfred, who becomes far more involved in the action than any of his forbears. Just wish, he did the voice for Lord Voldemort as well. That was a bit odd for Warner Bros to do. No matter what happen to that villain, Zach Galifianakis did a great job as the main villain. Far better than 2016's 'Suicide Squad' version of Joker. Also, I did like Rosario Dawson's performance as Barbara Gordon, even if it was a bit weird to see her character, be the love-interest to Batman, seeing how he was mostly a father figure to her in the comics. Overall: While, it might be a little darker/edgier than its predecessor, 'The LEGO Batman Movie' is a family-friendly film that stresses the importance of positive relationships and being part of a family. A great watch. It will have you leaving the theater with a smile on your face.
The LEGO Batman Movie (2017)
Disclosure. I didn't love The LEGO Movie, everyone else in the world may have though. That being said, I didn't really care to see this film. I like Batman and all the films associated with the Caped Crusader but this LEGO take on him didn't really interest me. I watch everything though so I did check this out with low expectations. While its not as bad as I thought it was, I'm not really sold on the LEGO franchise films and don't really anticipate to enjoy whatever future installments that may be planned for this series.

The film is a comedic take on Batman. He fights crime but is actually very lonely. He has no one to really share his life with despite being popular and having a cool mansion and cool gadgets. He adopts Robin (who is actually quite greatly voiced by Michael Cera), falls for Barbara Gordon, and has to face his arch-nemesis, The Joker. You get a bevy of other Batman characters and villains, and oddly enough you also get villains from other franchises like Voldemort and Sauron. If you are a fan of LEGO and the first film, you may feel like you're in heaven watching this.

The film is similarly animated to The LEGO Movie and carries on being gag heavy. While I appreciated some of the jokes, there is just too many and they come at you too fast. You have to keep up with everything. I appreciated some of the witty references though. It's a light hearted take on a franchise that is notoriously dark (apart from whatever Schumacher was going for with his films). I did think the relationship and interactions between the Joker and Batman were pretty great.

The film runs out of steam about halfway through and its hard to keep reacting to what is going on in the film. Its not a bad film really but I just can't see myself coming back to this film again or being optimistic about any other LEGO based movies (I just know there are many more to come; the LEGO cinematic universe is upon us). I think the film offers a really good voice cast who all shine through in their voice performances. Its just that this wasn't a memorable experience for me.

It has Batman
Why is this movie so popular? It has Batman that's why. Batman is the only reason why this movie is getting so much credit. Even if they stick a everything is awesome song in here with a double decker couch people will still love it because it's based all around Batman. The only thing more exciting than this is the ten thousand Lego sets that will be made based on this movie, Only starting at $400 dollars each.

Also don't forget about the video game that they need to make and the blankets, posters, bed sheets and night lights. So if your going to spend $4,000 buying all this stuff then may as well spend it on Finding Nemo collectibles. They are cool, stylish and just awesome.

Just watch Finding Nemo.
I usually hate Batman, but...
I love the Lego Batman! And I love this movie! It is so good! The LEGO Movie is one of my favourite films, and The LEGO Batman Movie is just as good! Of course the universes are a bit different. The LEGO Movie is a mix of, well, every possible universe, while The LEGO Batman movie is mostly DC universe - with a mixture of different villains released by Joker. Also that certain meta feeling is not there, that was in The LEGO Movie, but that might've been good. The difference between the two is that The LEGO Movie was, in a way, about Legos. Now the characters in The LEGO Batman Movie are made of legos, sure, so are buildings and all that, but it's not addressed so much. We don't have to think about it. It could be just another superhero movie, apart from few jokes that require Legos.

This was so much fun! Since I obviously went to see this in English (and since the subtitles didn't work), the audience was mostly grown ups, and every one of us was laughing. And there were so many kind of jokes. One of my favourites is Batman saying it would be stupid to have villains fight villains.

And of course The LEGO Batman Movie isn't just action and fun, even though that would've worked too. There's some pretty deep and important stuff about Bruce getting over his fear of intimacy and all that. Of course all that is kind of sappy, but hey, when isn't stuff like that sappy? It's still really nice to see Bruce Wayne / Batman actually have more character development in The LEGO Batman Movie than in the whole Nolan trilogy. Also there are probably a lot of adults out there who might actually see their own issues in Bruce Wayne, who is not going to just be dark brooding Batman and never let anyone close. And also I mean it gives children a nice lesson about family as well. Altogether all the life lessons in The LEGO Batman Movie were so nice, and even if they were sappy, even someone with cynic's traits might melt a bit. I know I did.

Right now I can't think of anything wrong with this movie. It was a great experience! It has the best parts of a children's movie and a superhero movie. It's an excellent movie, better than any other Batman movie, and the only Batman movie I've given a full 10/10.
Solid film.
Fun movie. Most of the jokes didn't make me laugh, but the ones that did landed hard. After watching this film I wanted to buy the products.

I want to buy the t-shirts and posters. It's none stop jokes and action, everything I wanted it to be. The plot is simple, defiantly not as good as the Lego Movie. So many superhero references and jokes.

It's like Deadpool for children and Batman fans. I highly recommend it for any DC fan.Kids will love it, fans will endure it, and I just could not get enough of it.It's super kid friendly and adults will laugh. It's going to get best animated picture of the year, I just know it. If you haven't already checked it out I advise you to do so.
Pretty Awesome movie
I'm a Batman fan and this movie is enjoyable even I'd you're not a fan of Batman. This movie is like a bunch of fifth graders explaining the history of Batman and creating their own plot that is much better and easier to follow than the atrocious catastrophe of Batman vs. Superman. This is like watching the roast of Batman and Batman doing an hilarious honest trailer or cinemasins' everything wrong with Batman of himself. One of my favorite moments was Alfred reminding Bruce of his continuous flashbacks/similar episodes of his parents' death that occurred in 2016, 2008, 2005,1997,1995,1992,1989, and in the 1960s There are a lot of insider jokes in this movie about the Batman universe. I hate to admit this since I love Jared Leto,but Lego Joker kicked Suicide Squad Jokers butt. This movie was awesome. You can tell the creators of this movie had fun making it and decided to go completely opposite of the dark and gloomy DC universe Zack Synder is creating. The movie has heart and a good message. It's like a Batman comedy that doesn't take itself too seriously like the dark knight trilogy or batman vs. Superman. It's fun and lighthearted. And most importantly,it has rewatchability. You're going to have to watch it again to catch all the jokes and zingers you missed the first time around. Great for the entire family.
Enjoy the Ride!
Children are capable of creating enormously complex and detailed games and role-playing activities which can reside on the most unlikely frontiers of possibility and logic. If the odds are a million-to-one against the success of an idea or probability of an event, the child's mind will be naturally drawn to the one instead of the one-million, and insist the idea is well worth a try, or patiently await the event.

This boldness of reasoning must also drive the creative people behind The Lego Batman Movie, the new release from a conglomerate of companies including Warner Brothers Pictures, Lego, and DC Entertainment. The Lego Batman Movie is both a spin off and a continuation of The Lego Movie, a surprisingly successful animated feature from 2014.

The opening song which defined The Lego Movie declared with pointed optimism and infinite cleverness, "Everything is Awesome!" And in The Lego Batman Movie, everything still is, but the filmmakers have amped up the awesomeness by about a million percent, and produced a movie which just might cause parents to drag their children off to the theater instead of the other way around.

Dozens of movies over the last two decades or so have examined with grave countenance and somber demeanor the mythos of comic book literature—the duality, the psychology, and emotional complexity, the inherent isolation of the superhero. The Lego Batman Movie is among a very few to examine the plain silliness of the entire notion of superheroes, and in the process unleash the funny bone of the genre for a tap dance or two.

And it's richly appropriate that the foundation and artistic medium for all the merriment is the palette of Lego, the line of shiny and seemingly indestructible interlocking building blocks manufactured in brilliant and durable primary colors. You won't really need 3D glasses to enhance the The Lego Batman Movie's visual appeal, but certain scenes might require sunglasses to mute the vivid colors.

Lego building blocks, of course, can be used by children, and sometimes adults, in an infinite variety of ways to construct objects, and then be deconstructed and used again and again and again. Most of the objects, vehicles, buildings, and even some characters used in The Lego Batman Movie, although computer-generated and enhanced, could at least in theory be constructed from the interlocking Lego building blocks.

The will to believe—or to disbelieve, as needed—is strong. And possibly a number of us have at one time or another have been persuaded to acknowledge in comic books and motion pictures the need for a dual identity, a secret persona which is instantly obvious to any sane and rational person in the real world. And this type of absurdly illogical logic is the bedrock of the picture.

At one point in the movie, a character discovers the location of the Batcave, Batman's secret hideaway beneath Stately Wayne Manor—located, as a child would imagine, on Wayne Island, off the coast of Gotham City. That character with supreme incredulity asks, "You mean, Batman lives in Bruce Wayne's basement?" And Batman replies with perfect logic, "No…Bruce Wayne lives in Batman's attic." It's the ultimate disconnect from reality—the character's massive ego actually requires competition with the other part of his own personality.

The Canadian actor Will Arnett, supplying the voice of Batman, is hilarious in his gravity and cluelessness, and simultaneously in both his conceit and ultra-seriousness. The voice Arnett uses in the dual characterization of Batman and his secret counterpart, gazillionaire playboy Bruce Wayne is a combination of the husky, rasping whispers used in previous Batman incarnations by Christian Bale and Michael Keaton, with a hint of Clint Eastwood's Dirty Harry thrown in for good measure.

The genius of the movie is that it contains the sort of undiluted imagination and goodhearted fun which might've been created in the mind of a sugar-enhanced seven-year-old. And supplying the voices for Lego Batman roles along with Arnett are Michael Cera as Batman's reluctantly-adopted son Dick Grayson, the British actor Ralph Fiennes as Batman's indefatigably understanding but increasingly exasperated butler Alfred Pennyworth, and Rosario Dawson as Police Commissioner Barbara Gordon…who received her education, by the way, at Harvard for Police.

Also along for the ride are the voices of Jenny Slade, Conan O'Brien, Billy Dee Williams, the always-dependable character actor Hector Elizondo, Zoe Kravitz, Eddie Izzard, sportscaster Brent Musburger, Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill as Superman and Green Lantern, Mariah Carey as Gotham City's mayor, and a properly unhinged Zach Galifianakis as The Joker. The list of popular culture icons making cameo appearances in the picture is seemingly endless, but includes King Kong, the Wicked Witch of the West and the Flying Monkeys from The Wizard of Oz, the Daleks from Doctor Who, and the entirety of DC Comics' Justice League of America.

Director Chris McKay keeps the picture moving along at such a breakneck speed that the viewer doesn't have a chance to linger too long of the absence of continuity in the script, credited to Seth Grahame-Smith, Chris McKenna, Erik Sommers, Jared Stern, and John Whittington. Presumably the high number of writers were required to pack the movie's 104 minutes with so many jokes and pop culture references that likely two or more viewings will be required to catch all them…particularly since the audience laughter is so strong throughout the movie that much of the dialogue goes unheard.

There's too much plot going on in The Lego Batman Movie to detail much, other than Arnett's Batman strenuously resists and sometimes even physically rejects the notion that while solitary vigilante crime-fighting might be a blast, other priorities—such as friends, family, feelings, loyalty, and responsibility—are even better. And even The Joker needs a hug once in a while.

That's not a bad message for a children's movie…or an adult's either. Rated PG, The Lego Batman Movie is highly recommended for children, or anyone who yearns to remember what it's like to be one.
Riddle me this! What just happened?
Not nearly as funny or entertaining as The Lego Movie. Saw it with high expectations because I really liked the latter, despite its few cheesy and cliché moments, but I was disappointed with this one. It's a shame because there are many ways to poke fun at Batman. Not a bad movie for kids, though.
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