The morning sun shines on the jewel of the Metropolis skyline, The Daily Planet building. But when The Joker decides this building needs a renovation, it's time to sound the Trouble Alert ...
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Ulysses Klaue and Eric Killmonger are back to loot Wakanda's Vibrainium mines, this time with the help of the mad titan Thanos. Can Black Panther thwart their evil plot, even with the aid of Earth's Mightiest Heroes?
Michael D. Black
James Mathis III,
Yvette Nicole Brown
Gotham City District Attorney Harvey Dent is mutilated in a laboratory accident. When the duplicitous Two-Face embarks on a crime spree, Batman and Robin must solve the mystery of his identity while facing off against several other foes.
In LEGO DC: Batman - Family Matters, suspicion is on high after Batman, Batgirl, Robin and other DC superheroes receive mysterious invitations. However, family values must remain strong ... See full summary »
The morning sun shines on the jewel of the Metropolis skyline, The Daily Planet building. But when The Joker decides this building needs a renovation, it's time to sound the Trouble Alert because all bricks are about to break loose! The Justice League leaps into action but as the battle is brewing against The Joker something goes haywire with The Flash's powers causing him to get caught in a repeating time loop and even stranger is the yellow clad Reverse Flash taunting him at every turn! It will take all of Flash's speed, a little magic and the helping hands and paws of the Justice League's new recruits The Atom, Krypto the Super Dog and Ace the Bat Hound to break the cycle and save Metropolis!
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Ace the Bat-Hound is more than a pet. He's the best sidekick a caped crusader could ever have.
What about Robin?
[Gives Ace a belly rub]
Aren't you the best sidekick? Yes, you are, yes you are.
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With the LEGO movies there is a definite divide in quality between those they release in cinemas and those that go direct to DVD. While this makes sense it is definitely something to be aware of when watching this movie. While the cinematic releases look to satirise and question, the B-team LEGO movies are much more straightforward affairs.
There is definitely still humour and a bunch of references to DC characters and storylines, but most are pretty basic and the humour is much more child orientated. Think of this as the difference between watching a Pixar movie and one from Dreamworks. Both mostly look the same and are at least in part marketed towards kids, but one actually has some substance behind it and can be enjoyed by adults as well, and the other is pretty much kind of fun at best.
Overall there is nothing wrong with this movie, especially if you are looking for something to entertain the kids on a rainy day, just don't expect anything more from it than that.
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