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Year:
2017
Country:
USA, Denmark
Genre:
Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Comedy, Family, Animation
IMDB rating:
7.5
Director:
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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Reviews
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.
2017-02-22
Not your typical kids movie..
I absolutely loved this movie!!! I cant understand people who say they love the Lego movie and batman is actually how he was in that movie. It had funny jokes and Micheal Cera had me laughing at his voice and silly jokes. The voice characters fit well expect Harley i felt she could've been more of a whinny type like she is in the cartoon. I cant really complain about anything in this movie. Id watch it again and i cant wait looking forward to the blue ray movie release date. Will does a great job making the voice as funny as he could just like in the original. I don't recommend bringing children under 13 due to some of the adult hidden jokes. So if your movie vision is narrow and silly don't see this you probably wont enjoy but if you go in with a broaden view you'll love it.
2017-02-15
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.
2017-02-15
Surprisingly enjoyable
No, YOU teared up at a movie filled with cartoon legos! We went back and forth whether we'd see this one, and had even officially removed it from our movie list for the year. But a random Thursday night and a movie voucher changed that. There are some hilarious moments in this movie. I expected to like some jokes, but I didn't think I would be laughing out loud. There were some definite misses peppered in where no one in any of the age groups laughed that were present. There were more of these instances than I would have liked. Another question mark for me was, well, the fact that they're legos. But I never really gave it another thought after the first couple scenes. They were pretty clever in how they incorporated it. There is an excellent message about the importance of family and friends in this movie. And did I mention the 80's music?? I think the use of that upped the score another half a point for me. Overall this movie was a great surprise and should appeal to all ages. 8/10.
2017-02-16
Was your theatre as silent as mine?
When during the opening titles you have the lead character of your movie annoyingly talk to ruin any subtlety, you are setting up the rest of the way for a disaster. Lego Movie I liked, Lego Batman movie has a few moments, but only 2 giggles, no laughs. The character's weren't likable, they singled Batman out and made him look selfish and the sappy sentiment along the way was painstaking. It's just a lesser, messier, not as funny and far less memorable version of the lego movie. I was surprised because I wanted to like this. It's just some lazy over-the-top Saturday morning cartoon turned into big-budget movie where a lot of the humour is cringe-worthy and it's overly loud and obnoxious. Making Batman be apart of a sort of team in the end didn't really do it for me. They didn't materialize the mythos very well, instead they exploited much of it. Not that we're supposed to take the adaptation of this movie seriously. It's as if the writers abused their own main character by turning him into something he is not. The bad animated movies, like this one are so because they play to not a super-young audience, but a super-dumb audience. Good writing leaves characters as they are. An unfortunate weak entry.
2017-02-23
The Vidiot Reviews...
The Lego Batman Movie

The upside to Lego Batman is when he runs out of batarangs he can become a choking hazard.

Fortunately, the Caped Crusader in this animated-comedy is well equipped.

Batman's (Will Arnett) plan to banish The Joker (Zach Galifianakis) to the Phantom Zone backfires when he escapes - along with an array of other villains - and wreaks havoc on Wayne Manor.

To stop him, the notorious loner must rely on his new ward (Michael Cera) and his butler (Ralph Fiennes) for assistance.

Meanwhile, the new police commissioner (Rosario Dawson) moves forward with plans to banish Batman.

A direct descendant of The Lego Movie, this silly spin-off featuring the Batman character brings levity to the Bat-franchise – especially self-awareness – but not all of the jokes are winners. In fact, this movie's frenzied pace does the comedy a disservice.

Incidentally, the Lego Batmobile retails for about the same price as the real one.

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2017-06-04
The Lego Batman Movie
The Lego Movie was a massive success for brick lovers all over the world, and notable for the scene-stealing moments of the supporting superhero character, so it was almost inevitable he would get his own movie, being a both fan of the world's best-selling toy and the character I was most excited. Basically Batman (Will Arnett) saves Gotham City from another take-over attempt by the Joker (Zach Galifianakis) and a host of other famous and not so well known villains, but the hero hurts his arch-rival's feelings, he does not see him as his greatest enemy, he says it is Superman (Channing Tatum). The next day, as his alter ego Bruce Wayne, Batman attends the retirement celebration for Commissioner Jim Gordon (Hector Elizondo), his daughter Barbara Gordon (Rosario Dawson) is taking over the Gotham City Police Department, she announces her plans to restructure Gotham Police without the need for Batman, which infuriates him. Joker and all the Gotham City villains crash the party, but not to cause havoc, they surrender, making Batman realise that without crime to fight and villains to catch he is irrelevant. At the same time, Batman discovers he unintentionally adopted orphan Richard "Dick" Grayson (Michael Cera), his butler Alfred Pennyworth (Ralph Fiennes) convinces him to take Dick under his wing, after intentionally revealing the Batcave to the youngster. Batman takes Dick, as Robin, with him to find out what the Joker is really up to, he deduces he is plotting in Arkham Asylum, he sees banishing the Joker to the Phantom Zone is the only solution, so Batman and Robin travel to Superman's Fortress of Solitude to steal the Phantom Zone Projector. After taking the device, Batman and Robin rush to the asylum to zap the Joker into the dimensional prison, but Barbara locks them up for Batman's irrational behaviour. In the Phantom Zone, Joker meets a host of the greatest villains who have been banished, including the Lord Voldemort (Eddie Izzard), King Kong (Seth Green), Sauron (Jemaine Clement), Daleks and Gremlins, they are all released when Harley Quinn (Jenny Slate) steals the Phantom Zone Projector. With Gotham City in complete chaos, Batman reluctantly agrees to team up with Barbara, as Batgirl, along with Dick and also disguised Alfred, to stop the Joker and the villains from blowing up the city, with bombs stolen from the Batcave. Arriving at Wayne Island, Batman ditches Robin, Barbara and Alfred to face the Joker alone, but he is zapped into the Phantom Zone himself, there the gatekeeper Phyllis (Ellie Kemper) makes him realises his selfishness and arrogance is villainous behaviour, he makes a deal to bring all the villains back into the Phantom Zone, in exchange for returning to Gotham. Upon returning, Batman and his allies, along with the other Gotham villains who felt neglected by the Joker, battle the other villains and send them back to the Phantom Zone. But the bombs are detonated, causing Gotham City to be split in half by an earthquake, Batman reluctantly tells the Joker he is the most important person in his life, together they, his allies, his rogues gallery and the citizens chain link themselves to pull the city back together. With Gotham City saved, Batman prepares to return to the Phantom Zone as agreed with Phyllis, but he is rejected, Phyllis has seen the good in him, Batman allows the Joker and the others to escape, but Batman is confident they will be no match for the combined team of himself, Robin, Barbara and Alfred. Also starring Siri as 'Puter, Billy Dee Williams as Two-Face, Mariah Carey as Mayor McCaskill, Jonah Hill as Green Lantern, Conan O'Brien as The Riddler, Zoë Kravitz as Catwoman, Adam Devine as The Flash, Jason Mantzoukas as Scarecrow, Doug Benson as Bane, Kate Micucci as Clayface and Riki Lindhome as Poison Ivy. Arnett is a fantastic choice with his gravelly voice to play the egotistical crowd-pleaser, Cera is good as his excitable sidekick, Galifianakis is a perfectly energetic Joker, and the supporting cast including Fiennes and Dawson are great as well. The special effects animation to create the realistic Lego pieces and fast-paced action sequences are brilliant; the references to everything in the Batman world, from the Adam West camp Caped Crusader days to the Dark Knight and Batman v Superman era are fantastic; and the witty script, full of mocking and deliberately obvious puns work really well, there is something for both the kids and the grown-ups in this new spin-off and send up on the comic book based franchise, a most entertaining animated superhero action comedy. Very good!
2017-02-11
Falls off after the first 20 or so minutes.
Darn. Just darn. This film started out sooooo great! I was literally thinking while watching, "Whoa, this is going to be better than the first Lego Movie." Sadly that is not the case. The film slowly loses its momentum after the first act. The second act drags on. The third act plays out like a scene for a Micheal Bay Transformers movie; in other word the third act is just random CGI-chunks of garbage flying around the screen for 30 minutes.

And a minor thing that bugged me was Batman and the Joker's relationship. Ever since the original The Dark Knight Returns comic, people have been overthinking the Batman/Joker set-pieces resulting in a flawed dynamic between the two. Why do you think we haven't had a relatively smart or entertaining original Batman/Joker study since 1995 on paper? Because of the lame stagnation of thought coming for people trying to milk the DKR story to death. And here is an lame and pathetic example of which. That is just my two cents and a bonus tangent. Before anyone points out Nolan's Joker to me, I'll remind you that Nolan's Joker was ripped off the pages of some of the earliest incarnations of the Joker from the comics. But whatever, this film ultimately is a huge letdown and time will come to prove me right, once the hype dies down.

I swear. If Batman Forever and Batman and Robin would have been released this year, the majority of people would 'love' them because marketing and hype told them to do so. I'm seriously worried about the future.
2017-02-18
NAnaNAnaNAnaNA BATMAN! The Lego Batman Movie is a fun parody and tribute to everyone's caped crusader
Later this year, we'll be getting the first part of the Justice League movie. With the previous movies of The Man of Steel, Batman V Superman, and Suicide Squad, a lot of major DC fans aren't too sure how the next movie will improve on things. One character that's been getting a lot of talk is Batman. Who can blame them, as Batman seems to have overtaken Superman as the most iconic and loved superhero. I too love the character and I'm always looking forward to the next big thing with the caped crusader. So how strange is it that the latest movie with Batman happens to be a comedy?

Speaking of comedies, one of the best in the past few years was The Lego Movie. It was fast, quip, very unique with it's humor, and topped it off with some stellar animation. What was though to be a giant product placement (and probably is) turned into what had to be one of the most libertarian stories of all time. The Lego Movie is something that I've seen several times and I continue to find new things. To expand this universe, their version of Batman now gets his own movie in The Lego Batman Movie.

In what has to be a giant tribute to everything fun about Batman, almost every villain he's faced is working with the Joker (played by Zach Galifianakis) to detonate another bomb to destroy Gotham. Of course, Batman (played by Will Arnett) takes everyone down, stops the explosion, and then tells the Joker that he's not his greatest enemy. Hurt knowing that he's not the greatest villain, Joker develops a new plan to show that he is important. Meanwhile at Jim Gordon's retirement party, his daughter Barbara (played by Rosario Dawson) announces that the police would like to work with Batman to finally end the caped crusader's vigilantism. To top things off, the Joker arrives with every other super villain to surrender.

This puts Batman in a state of boredom until he decides that Joker must be banished to the Phantom Zone (the place where Superman sends General Zod in the second Superman movie). With help from his accidental adopted son Dick Grayson (played by Michael Cera) who is taking up the mantle of Robin and his butler Alfred (played by Ralph Fiennes), Batman succeeds in his mission, only to find the Joker has a major comeback planned.

I cannot spoil what Joker does, but it follows on the continuity of how The Lego Movie is built, but it's crazy and over-the-top. Over the top are the three words to best describe The Lego Batman Movie. I mean that in a good way, as the film works as a major satire and tribute to everything that is Batman. What's stranger is that this is a way better Batman movie then last years Batman V Superman. The people making this clearly understand that character better and even give Batman a better character arc.

Will Arnett has to be the perfect choice for this kind of Batman; tough and intimidating, but also full of himself and very selfish. You still sympathize with him as he learns about his various figures of "family" and tries to movie forward in his dealings as the crusader. While I can say the everyone else was great, I was surprised by how quick Michael Cera was as a funny Robin.

The Lego Batman Movie is another "joke a minute" story that's similar to The Lego Movie. If you didn't like that movie, this'll probably not sway you over. What's hard about this movie is that The Lego Movie just seemed like a perfect script. This isn't perfect, even though I laughed a lot. It's just that the original movie set it's standards so high that the expectations are now at an intimidating level.

I'll give this nine Lego Batmans out of ten. This should provide a good example on how a parody should be done in Hollywood. It's been a while since we've gotten a good parody like this. Kids and their parents should have a fun time with this Batman…maybe even more then the live action one. Take your capes, masks, batarangs, and batman shark repellent to the movies and laugh as this caped crusader makes your happy.
2017-02-10
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