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

Not Rated | | Animation, Action, Adventure | Video 21 May 2013
When the Joker and Lex Luthor form an alliance, Batman must team up with the Justice League in order to stop them.


Jon Burton


Jon Burton (story), David A. Goodman (story) | 14 more credits »




Cast overview:
Clancy Brown ... Lex Luthor (voice)
Troy Baker ... Bruce Wayne / Batman / Two-Face / Brainiac (voice)
Christopher Corey Smith Christopher Corey Smith ... The Joker (voice)
Charlie Schlatter ... Robin / Tim Drake / The Flash / Barry Allen / Additional Voices (voice)
Travis Willingham ... Clark Kent / Superman (voice)
Townsend Coleman ... Commissioner Gordon (voice)
Laura Bailey ... Poison Ivy / Harley Quinn / Wonder Woman / Additional Voices (voice)
Steve Blum ... Bane / Penguin / Additional Voices (voice)
Rob Paulsen ... The Riddler / Additional Voices (voice)
Brian Bloom ... Cyborg (voice)
Cam Clarke ... Green Lantern / Martian Manhunter (voice)
Katherine Von Till ... Catwoman / Batcomputer (voice)
Erin Shanagher ... News Reporter (voice)


Presidential Candidate Lex Luthor teams up with the joker to destroy Batman and Superman while becoming president. Will the duo of Batman and Superman win or will they be taken down and destroyed with the rest of the justice league. Based On The Thrilling Video Game Lego Batman 2 DC super heroes. Written by nickgabis

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The Joker's line "Where does he get those indestructible toys?" is a play on a line from the 1989 Batman movie. When Batman escapes from the Art Museum with Vicky Vale using a zipline gun, the Joker, (Jack Nicholson), turns to one of his henchmen and petulantly asks "Where does he get those wonderful toys?" See more »


Lex Luthor: [he and Joker are being arrested] There is a little good news. At least you're not going to be president.
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Version of Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2 (2013) See more »


Clown Attack
Written by Danny Elfman
Performed by Bratislava Symphony Orchestra
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The Best Justice League film
28 May 2019 | by T-ZER0See all my reviews

This is a film adaption of the Lego Batman 2 video game that I enjoyed years back. I have to say, I love how the movie improves on the video game at least. I'm just going to mention a few of my favorite improvements:

1. Bruce Wayne actually giving his speech at the "Man of the year" awards.

2. Lex and Joker being equal threats. I hated how Superman was out for the count on the final battle of the video game and the others took down Lex without him.

3. Adding Catwoman. She is my favorite Batman character, and I'm glad they gave her more screen time.

This happens to be the best Justice League film so far, the reason being is that if you want origin stories for these characters, you just need to watch the animated shows that the characters were based on in the DCAU. They also happen to get the personalities of the villains correctly, which is something that the modern DC Extended Universe fails on miserably. Overall this is a great fun movie and possibly, the best Justice League film made.

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