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Lego Batman: The Movie - DC Super heroes Unite 2013

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An award party for Gotham City's Man of the Year, Bruce Wayne, quickly descends into chaos when The Joker crashes into the scene with a full gallery of rogues at his side, including The Riddler, Catwoman, and Two-Face.

Starring:
Clancy Brown, Troy Baker
Runtime:
1 hour, 25 minutes

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Genres Children & Family
Director Jon Burton
Starring Clancy Brown, Troy Baker
Supporting actors Christopher Corey Smith, Charlie Schlatter, Travis Willingham, Townsend Coleman, Laura Bailey, Steve Blum, Rob Paulsen, Brian Bloom, Cam Clarke, Katherine Von Till, Erin Shanagher
Studio Warner Bros.
BBFC rating Parental Guidance
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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Format: Blu-ray
Length: 3:00 Mins
Having never seen nor played any of the Lego movies or video games this was my first venture into their blocky incarnation of various franchises. I was fully expecting nothing but a feature-length cut-scene but was surprised at how cinematic it actually is.

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.
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Because of 'great' 'press' for the new 'Lego' movie and an enthusiastic
review from a fellow 'Amazon' reviewer for this movie, I decided to give
it a spin.
During an award ceremony at which 'Bruce Wayne' (Batman) receives
an award for 'Man of the year' the 'Joker' crashes the party.
'Batman' with a little help from 'Robin' round up 'The Joker' and his
associates sending them to jail.
However 'Lex Luthor' rescues the 'Joker' from jail, they join forces to wreak
havoc on 'Gotham City' which they intend to control.
They have to take 'Batman' and 'Superman' out of the picture to achieve
their evil quest.
The situation is proving too much for 'Batman' and 'Robin' to deal with,
reluctantly 'Batman' needs the help of 'Superman' along with one or two
more super-heroes such as 'The Green Lantern' and 'Wonder Woman'
along with members of 'The Justice League'
They team up to protect the people and the very structure of 'Gotham City'
from their evil adversary's.
This a 'Lego' -Thrill a minute action movie with a good measure of humour
along the way for all the young and young at heart family members.
(The film is a '6+' think I just about qualified)
Really not sure I should have enjoyed this........but, I did.
Good picture and sound quality throughout.
Special Features:
*All new featurette - Building Batman.
*From DC comics vault - 3 bonus cartoons.
*A Lego: stop-motion short.
*Winning shorts from Lego DC universe Super-Heroes.
*Video contest.
(This Blu-ray package comes with a small 'Lego' Super Hero model.
I received 'Superman' ...I suspect which model you end up with is random.)
An entertaining 'Brick' movie.
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I bought this for my son for Christmas, and he has watched it over and over, he thinks it is brilliant and is constantly finding something new to chuckle over in it!! Brilliant!
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'It was really really good!!! Excellent in fact! The funniest bits are when Robin is driving and he pulls the steering wheel off and when Batman and Superman go to Lex Corp.'
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Bought this for my grandson's 7th birthday and, judging by his comments, I definitely made a great choice. He has watched it over and over again and describes it as "super duper fantastic" and of course "cool"............ high praise indeed. He now gives a running commentary on the action for the benefit of his little brother - all of 10 months old!
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By Paul Tapner TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 18 Oct. 2014
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This is a sixty eight minute long film featuring a Lego version of Batman.

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.
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