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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 when Batman and his team encounter the villainous Red Hood, who is obsessed with destroying the Bat-family and all of Gotham City.Written by
The movie playing at the Monarch Theater, Beware the Grey Ghost, is an obvious reference to the classic Batman: The Animated Series episode of the same name. See more »
[talking to Robin about Batman]
Robin, the only reason he's so hard on you is he wants you to be safe.
I'm safe. I am Mr...
[Nightwing catches him]
Mr. Safe, huh?
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Although Troy Baker and the rest of the cast are giving their best to deliver great performances - it's not enough to save the movie from it's terrible writing, which includes the story, characters and dialogue as well as the mediocre and forgettable music.
While the animation is not as appealing as the theatrically released LEGO movies in "The Lego Movie" franchise - it's still very impressive to look at, even if people complaint that it looks more like a low-budget movie or a video game quality cutscene that the LEGO games have today. The sound is great, but it does include some stock sound effects that can be found in many terrible animated movie (also in comedy movies) and the cinematography is also great, however there was a moment where Batgirl falls from a great high in her hallucination, which was caused by The Scarecrow and for some reason they cut to six different shots of the same falling and it looks very bad.
Overall it was a enjoyable movie, but contains flaws, which can really ruin the experience for a lot of people and i don't think that many would want to watch it again after the first viewing, but even with it's problems - i'll still revisit the movie again in the future and "LEGO DC: Batman - Family Matters" gets a 4.6/10.
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