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Lego Batman: The Movie - DC Super Heroes Unite [DVD] 
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Feature-length animated adventure set in a Lego version of Gotham City. When Lex Luthor (voice of Clancy Brown) struggles to gain public support during his presidential campaign he decides to team up with the Joker (Christopher Corey Smith), who can produce a special gas that will sway public opinion. After Luthor helps the Joker escape from Arkham Asylum, the pair plan to defeat Batman (Troy Baker) and Superman (Travis Willingham) and bring down Gotham City. The rest of the Justice League join forces with the two superheroes as they fight to save the city.
When Bruce Wayne receives the man of the year award, fellow billionaire Lex Luthor becomes jealous and decides to run for President. To create the atmosphere for his type of fear-based politics Lex recruits the Joker to perfect a Black LEGO Destructor Ray which wreaks havoc on Gotham. As Lex destroys Batman's tech, Batman reluctantly turns to Superman for help.
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It was actually released prior to the recent 'The Lego Movie.' So it has no connection with that, and the version of Batman in there, other than the fact that it's Batman done in Lego. This take on the character is a little different.
It's based on a recent Lego Batman video game, and uses scenes from that with some all new footage in order to turn it into a movie.
Set in Gotham city, the story sees Lex Luthor teaming up with the Joker, as he needs his help with a dastardly scheme. Batman is the only one who can save the day. Although there might just be help available from other heroes if he wants it...
This is a Batman movie suitable for all ages [although epileptics and those who are bothered by flashing images might have a problem with one bit]. Lots of characters, both heroes and villains, from DC comics get a look in. It plays the tone of them and the whole thing just right, allowing humour to come from the characters and the way they interact.
Particularly fun are the ultra confident and affable Superman, and the perhaps not quite as ready as he might think he is Robin.
It's good some good action sequences, and yet it doesn't just string things out in between those. There is a good and solid plot here, which doesn't reveal everything right away.
The score does use music from the 1989 Batman film, and Superman: the movie. All of which does feel a bit intrusive and distracting at times. But that's only a minor complaint.
It also has a decent moral message that is quite subtle and never hammered home. All in all, this is a lot of fun. For Bat fans. Of all ages.Read more ›
|Length: 3:00 Mins|
Opening with Danny Elfman's brilliant Batman theme (no offense to Zimmer but Warner knows that fans prefer this version), we learn that Lex Luthor and Joker have teamed up and have gained the upper hand over Bats and Supes. If only Bats had the humility to ask the rest of the Justice League for help. Skipping back a couple of days, the story of their dire situation unfolds. It's not an original framing device, but it was better than I was expecting.]
Director Jon Burton (no relation to Tim) uses many atmospheric locations that look wonderfully photo-realistic, while building as much of the world as possible with actual Lego bricks. Builders will get lots of ideas when watching this movie. Rob Westwood's score, while very entertaining, does get a little overbearing at times though. He should have let a couple of scenes speak for themselves, but it's still good enough to warrant a release on CD.
There is a fun sense of humor permeating each scene, meaning that if the vivid sets and cute action don't entertain you will still be smiling. It does suffer a little bit from the "smashing skyscrapers" cliché that is common in many comic book movies but it's not too much of a distraction.
Far better than I expected. I will certainly invest time in a sequel.
The Blu-ray looks wonderful in 1.78:1 1080p with decent DTS HD-MA 5.1 sound. There are a good bunch of extras including some standard definition episodes of Batman: The Brave and the Bold and Teen Titans, and a short featurette.
Amongst other things, the musical score made lots of 'nods' to the classic 1989 Danny Elfman Batman movie theme, the 1990s Batman: The Animated Series theme music as well as the John Williams Superman movie theme whenever a certain Kryptonian appeared. Also, a lot of directorial nods to the unusual camera angles found in the same 1989 Bat Movie as employed by director Tim Burton.
I appreciate the fact that we see the 'grim' Batman here; ever since the groundbreaking 1986 four issue The Dark
Knight Returns comics written and drawn by Frank (300, Sin City) Miller, Batman has routinely been portrayed as a grim avenging creature of the night. Even on The Lego Movie, Batman is a brooding presence (of sorts!) but I like this approach - here it gives an adult friendly feeling and fits in nicely.
The plot is simple - Lex Luthor loses the Gotham Man of the year competition and swears revenge on its winner, one Bruce (Batman) Wayne, with some assistance from a certain clown prince of crime. Cue some amusing and entertaining super hero shenanigans, an eventual and brilliant appearance by the rest of the Justice League - Wonder Woman, the Flash and Green Lantern marshalled from the space bound Justice League Watch Tower 23,000 Miles above the Earth by the Martian Manhunter, Batman, Robin and Superman can finally get to work and shut down the malevolent duo of Lex Luthor and the Joker!
This is a new DVD I'll be watching a lot in the years to come.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
good stuff and very comical and predictable got to love the joker !Published 27 days ago by Miss Felicity Russ
this is loads of fun. not the Lego Batman movie everyone is waiting for in 2017, but very enjoyable.Published 1 month ago by Jette Goldie
The box might say "LEGO Batman - The Movie", but it features . . . well, pretty much everyone in the DC stable. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amy
Absolutely brilliant, shall not be purchasing any new dvd for the grandchildren again, will definitely go for the used versions. Read morePublished 1 month ago by mickey
The DVD is excellent as is all things associated with Lego - The boys love it!!!Published 2 months ago by Michael Bancroft