Lego Batman: The Movie - DC Super Heroes Unite (2013)

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When the Joker and Lex Luthor form an alliance, Batman must team up with the Justice League in order to stop them.


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26 July 2014 | leonblackwood
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| Fun for the whole family! 5/10
Review: This movie isn't in the same league as the Lego Movie, which was proper funny, but there are some funny moments and the storyline was much better than some of the earlier Batman movies that came out. It was great to see all of the Justice League together, especially Superman who made me made laugh when he teamed up with Batman and the Joker and Lex Luther were great as the baddies. The director chose to use a really dumb Robin which added to the wit of the film but I was hoping that Batman was going to be as funny as he was in the Lego Movie. Anyway, if your a fan of the Lego Movie then this animated movie is definitely worth a watch and the extras on the DVD were a great bonus. Watchable!

Round-Up: The animation in this movie wasn't that great, which is probably due to the small budget compared to the Lego Movie, but the characters do move in true Lego form which was well put together. Personally, I think that the thing that has worked with this Lego franchise is the fact that it doesn't take itself seriously and most of the characters are quite funny in there own way. Batman cracked me up in the Lego Movie, which is why I ran out and added this movie to my rental list. In some ways, this is more of an traditional Batman movie were he's trying to save the world by taking on all of the baddies by himself, but he soon realises that he can't do it alone. 

I recommend this movie to people who are into there animated movies with some of the most popular comic heroes in the world. 5/10

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