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.
Three different versions of Wonder Woman are shown on screen; minifig, mini-doll (Lego Friends), and Duplo. See more »
Emmet, you've gotta stop pretending everything is awesome. It isn't.
Yeah. I get it. And that's why I cultivated a hard-edged side that's super-tough and-Look! Look! A shooting star! Make a wish!
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The opening/closing credits feature versions of the main Lego characters built with actual bricks, and not as minifigures (or in the case of Sweet Mayhem, mini-dolls). See more »
A number of very good gags for different ages. Was enjoyable although not quite as good as the original. Felt a little like they had employed the writers of John Lewis adverts to make a feature length advertisement for Lego but that's not necessarily a bad thing. Very hard to come away not smiling so job done.
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