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[holding back Mera's tank's blast]
In brightest day, in blackest night, no evil shall escape my sight. Let those who worship evil's might, beware my power, Green Lantern's light!
[pushes the beam back, then shines her ring's light bringing all the Atlanteans back to normal]
[returning to normal]
Where-where am I?
Mera, are you okay?
Green Lantern? What am I doing here? Where is Aquaman?
[he and Batgirl run up to Green Lantern]
That was amazing!
But all those people watching... How did you overcome ...
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The LEGO mass production spews out a half-hearted adventure...
So why is it that I sat down to watch "LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Aquaman - Rage of Atlantis"? Well, on the sole reason that I have an 8 year old son who wanted to watch it.
This LEGO superhero movie didn't fare quite as well as some of the previous ones did.
Why? Well, first of all, Aquaman is sort of a bland superhero as superheroes go. And the storyline just wasn't particularly solidly crafted or constructed.
Sure it was nice to see Lobo here, but he could only do so much to salvage the movie.
The animation was top notch of course, as it always is in a LEGO produced animated movie. And the voice acting was great as well.
Even my 8 year old son whom loves both LEGO and superheroes actually fell asleep during the movie, so it just didn't have that magic touch to it.
I am tempted to say that this particular LEGO animated movie was build using the wrong bricks, or maybe even missing a brick or two to make it complete. I am sure that "LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Aquaman - Rage of Atlantis" will find appeal with some in the audience.
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