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.
There are big changes brewing in Gotham City, and if he wants to save the city from The Joker's hostile takeover, Batman may have to drop the lone vigilante thing, try to work with others and maybe, just maybe, learn to lighten up.
The gremlin Minifigures in the movie are identical to ones that appeared in the Gremlins themed expansion to the game Lego Dimensions (2015). An actual Minifigure of Stripe from the film is included in the set, but looks more distinct than the rest, who more closely resemble the generic gremlin enemies in the games actual content. See more »
(at around 58 mins) Batman refers to the Daleks as "British Robots." However, Daleks are not robots but organic creatures, tentacled mutants in armored travel machines - nor they are British, they are aliens from the planet Skaro. Batman either has incomplete information or is making a joke, because Daleks are from British TV series Doctor Who. See more »
Black. All important movies start with a black screen... And music... Edgy, scary music that would make a parent or studio executive nervous... And logos... Really long and dramatic logos... Warner Bros. Why not "Warner Brothers"? I don't know... DC... The house that Batman built. Yeah, what, Superman? Come at me, bro. I'm your Kryptonite... Hmm... Not sure what RatPac does, but that logo is macho. I dig it... Okay. Get yourself ready for some... reading. "If you want ...
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The custom Warner Bros. Pictures/Warner Animation Group and DC logos, as well as the normal RatPac Entertainment logo, are commented on by Batman. See more »
I'm not sure how anyone can criticize this movie for anything. Its 2 movies in one. The kids see Lego's with colors, action and subtle lines they understand, but children are more focused on the action and not dialogue. For adults, it is full of Innuendos that keep you laughing non stop. I literally cried from laughing so hard.
So if a movie for a family is entertaining for the kids and makes adults laugh and not look at watch to see "when this is over", then that's a 10. No kids here. And my fiancée was like omg, what! When you leave a movie still laughing and repeating lines....10.
Kid tested, parents will hoot!
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