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Can the Justice League prevail against an unstoppable intergalactic machine with the power to bend time itself!? Until now, the Justice League has triumphed over every foe who has challenged them. This time, they face Brainiac, a super-intelligent invulnerable machine whose mad quest endangers all life in the galaxy. When Brainiac zaps Superman, Wonder Woman and Green Lantern to different places in time, the race is on for Batman and The Flash to re-assemble the Justice League!
Troy Baker seems to be fitting the boots of Kevin Conroy as Batman ("Batman: Arkham City"). James Arnold Taylor was also brilliant in lending his voice as the Flash. The chemistry of Batman and Flash was very nice. Those two really stood out in terms of voice acting. There are laughs for kids especially. Like most Batman movies, it is a tad on the dark side also. The fight scenes were tailor-made for the Justice League and the live action was fun. The graphics were dazzling! Supergirl, as usual, was always whining throughout the movie and was killing the script.
This is how the the disappointing Lego Batman Movie should have been scripted. My significant digit score: 9.2/10
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