While I was never too into playing with actual Lego blocks, I have enjoyed the associated media for quite a while. Back in the day, I had a blast playing their version of the Star Wars prequels on my Nintendo GameCube. More recently, I laughed and smiled throughout The Yoda Chronicles. This one is a bit more serious than that show--it isn't a parody--but is extremely well-done. The voice work, the soundtrack--particularly incorporating the original Batman and Superman themes--and especially the animation are all fabulous. Even if you don't normally do Legos, superhero fans in general should check this one out.
Content Concerns:Sex: None. 5/5Nudity: A Lego woman in a low-cut outfit, made less sultry by the animation style. 4/5Language: Name-calling. 4/5Violence: Superhero action violence throughout; the heroes, villains, and others get hit, kicked, punched, smashed, blasted, etc., countless times. I think an appropriate rating for this would be "TV-Y7-FV". 3/5Drugs: Joker uses gas to get people to do what he wants. 4/5Frightening/Intense Scenes: Scenes of peril; scary villains; a scary-looking robot; an overall dark mood. 2/5
I was curious to see how those Lego films were, I like Batman so I decided to go with this one.
Very cute, humorous and entertaining film for all ages with a great voice acting.The music is quite good with the classic Batman and Superman original scores.
Overall, it's way better than I expected.