The Lego Batman Movie (2017)
A cooler-than-ever Bruce Wayne must deal with the usual suspects as they plan to rule Gotham City, while discovering that he has accidentally adopted a teenage orphan who wishes to become his sidekick.
Such a frustrating disappointment
Load of rubbish!!
The acting in this movie is really good.
A simple and fun(sometimes a bit too simple) movie about everyone's favorite character from the Lego Movie! In essence it's a lighthearted take on the character and while incorporating very different parts of him, is most reminiscent of the '60s Adam West version! Especially the lighter tone and whimsical nature. Story is a bit predictable, but puts a great spin on the Batman - Joker dynamic and explores it in a way that hasn't really been done before, in a film form anyway! All in all it's a fun ride!
I just got the DVD and watch it immediately and guest what? i LOVE IT best film of 2017 i love the action the comedy and everything eles is awesome and amazing i gave it 10/10
The LEGO Batman movie is geared towards kids, but adults can get great mileage out of this movie, too. It mixes the spirit of Batman with with the childhood memory creator that is LEGO. In the movie, Batman finds out that Gotham City doesn't need him anymore, citing the lack of capture of Gotham's baddest villains. The new Commissioner Gordon takes over all crime fighting. Batman then unawaringly adopts somebody from the orphanage, one of his biggest fans who later becomes his sidekick, Robin. The Joker thinks Batman doesn't think he's his greatest enemy, so he sets out to prove that by releasing monsters from the Phantom Zone. Near the end, when the city separates, Batman convinces Joker to help him save the city, and the city of Gotham helps out as well.The movie has the allure of colors of LEGO for the kids, while older adults will appreciate the adult references and callbacks to prior Batman movies. The LEGO Batman Movie is something all ages can enjoy.
The main reason this movie falls short is that it turns its back on the whole construction aspect of the Lego world. There is a key moment in the movie where Robin is attempting to repair Batmans vehicles and they show absolutely none of it. Robin proceeds to fail miserably. Lego is about building something creative, which this movie was not. Felt more to me like they were trying to use as many Batman plot gimmicks as they could, only this time they're in the 'Lego world' and used cheaply.Also, could barely tell that Arnett, Cera and Galifianakis were in the movie with the voice dubs, didnt seem like the writing suited them. Better kids movie than a DC/Batman movie. Would still see the next one though if they did one.