If you are a fan of The Lego Movie and Batman, you’re in for a treat as these two franchises unite for The Lego Batman Movie for a fun and enjoyable movie experience.
As there may be readers who haven’t had the chance to go see The Lego Batman Movie for themselves, I will keep the information in this review to a minimum and spoiler free.
The Lego Batman Movie is a spin-off of 2014’s successful film The Lego Movie. The film stars the voice talents of Will Arnett as Batman, who must stop Zach Galifinakis’ The Joker from destroying Gotham. Although Batman usually prefers to work alone, he must team with Robin/Dick Grayson (Michael Cera) to stop this menace to his beloved city.
This movie has so many Easter eggs and cameos. It’s a good movie and a nice addition to the what I’m calling the Lego cinematic universe. The animation is good, the jokes (the majority from Galifinakis’ Joker) are pretty funny. I highly recommend going to see it. It’s when Legos attack (but in a clever way). I feel that children and adults alike will have a great time. Even though the characters are Legos, The Lego Batman Movie is more than child’s play. It’s the most fun you’ll have at the movies this year.