The Lego Batman Movie

The Lego Batman Movie

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Directed by : Chris Mckay

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You've loved watching Batman saving Gotham City from hostility of destructive Joker, haven't you? Now brace up yourself as Warner Bros up the ante and bring you an animated version of the same chapter. With The Lego Batman Movie, Batman and his adventure continue as he resurfaces to reunite and save his city.


“It doesn't take itself too seriously, hence ends up being a laughter riot!”

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The second movie in Warner Bros. Lego series, "The Lego Batman Movie" takes audiences on a mind blasting and explosive journey to discover the true meaning of family. Director Chris McKay delivered superb comic timing. Detailed scenes of humorous action are shot through with rapid-fire dialogue that pokes fun at the Batman franchise.

The movie centers on Batman as a tough, brooding, yet secretly sensitive loner. He's lost in an easy routine of beating up supervillains or the bad guys. But things begin to change quickly for him and the city gets a new police commissioner, Barbara Gordon, who wants to lock up criminals, and not just foil their plans. Bruce Wayne inadvertently adopts Dick Grayson. And the Joker is determined to go to any length to get Batman to acknowledge they are archenemies.

This Lego movie is about clicking together the two Batmans who exist in the DC mythos. On the one hand, we have Batman the Dark Knight. He's a loner vigilante who lurks in shadows and beats bad guys to a bloody pulp. His Gotham is gritty and evil, and always on the verge of descending into utter chaos.

Overall, the second Lego movie is a must see for fans of the Caped Crusader or comic book movies in general. Adults and children will be able to find things they enjoy, though some of the more mature themes may be lost on younger audiences. The film being a spoof instead of a more serious Batman movie may also detract for some viewers.

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