Movie Review: Does The LEGO Batman Version Fly High?

The LEGO Batman movie released this Friday, all over India. CRB Tech reviews brings to you the review of this movie. Check out what’s in store….

Movie Plot:

In the LEGO world, Batman needs to save the city, crush the bad folks and handle the hyper-energized child he has adopted.


The motion picture is a fan kid’s joy, inclusions of villains totally detached to the Batman world like Sauron, King Kong, Lord Voldemort, Agent Smith and even the Wicked Witch of the West from The Wizard of Oz! While it basically ridicules ‘The Dark Knight’, it incorporates the most splendid and terrible parts from the whole superhero film history. If story is to be considered, it’s very clear and straight. The film begins three years after Batman protected the Lego Universe, with the caped crusader agonizing and battling scalawags. When he discloses to The Joker that he isn’t his greatest most feared foe, the super-villain gets super-cheesed off and arranges the greatest vengeance on Batman. In the meantime, Batman is wanting to get rid of The Joker for good and plans to place him in the Phantom Zone. En route, he adopts a boy Dick Grayson (Michael Cera), who he needs to transform into Robin. His plan doesn’t work out and now he needs to persuade some of the bad folks, who feel like left out, to help him battle The Joker.


Well before the opening credits, The LEGO Batman Movie begins taking pot-shots at the superhero kind, the studios, the set of onlookers and even the bland way most films start – it’s meta that way. Yet, this sets the tone early and as you enter the universe of Lego Batman, voiced by Will Arnett, you know how it will turn out. The jokes fall thick and quick, and despite the fact that not every one of them land, you wonder about the written work when they do.

The film gets overwhelming amid the middle portion, however in the event that you’re a fanatic of its past outing, you will persistently laugh and sit tight for the treats. What’s more, yes, there is a song and dance number towards the end, which still keeps on ridiculing the sturdy superhero and the genre he speaks about.

So, there is quite a chance that the children would love this version of the batman, more than the life sized one. CRB Tech reviews wishes the movie all the success.

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