LEGO Batman: The Movie - DC Super Heroes Unite | Full Movie
LEGO Batman: The Movie - DC Super Heroes Unite
- 1h 11m
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An award party for Gotham City's Man of the Year, Bruce Wayne, quickly descends into chaos when the Joker crashes the scene with a full gallery of rogues at his side. With help from the Riddler, Harley Quinn, the Penguin, Two-Face, Bane and Catwoman, the Joker steals the award, along with money and gems. But Batman and Robin capture them all. Meanwhile, trailing in his run for president, Lex Luthor breaks the Joker out of jail to produce a gas that will make voters love Luthor. The Joker also knows how to produce Kryptonite. In return, Luthor gives the Joker a device that can defeat Batman by dismantling all his gadgets and vehicles. With jailbreaks, chases, exploding pies, a giant Kryptonite-powered Joker robot, two superheroes taking a city bus and finally a visit from the rest of the Justice League, it all escalates to a prolonged battle to stop the Joker from taking Gotham City apart "brick by brick"!
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Common Sense Media
Common Sense Says
Lighthearted superhero action is fun -- but big toy ad.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that LEGO Batman: The Movie -- DC Superheroes Unite is a full-length animated movie, released direct to DVD, featuring the slightly humorous LEGO versions of the popular superheroes Batman, Superman, etc. The movie concentrates on thrills and fighting, with a huge Kryptonite-powered gun, and a giant (potentially scary) Joker robot, along with fighting, chasing, and explosions. The tone of the conflicts is always light and funny. The only other issue is consumerism: while there's no specific mention of toys for sale, it will be clear to kids that the entire movie is an ad for LEGO superhero toys. (The DVD even comes with a Clark Kent/Superman figure.) Still, this is a much more age-appropriate fare for superhero fans 8 and up than stuff like Batman: The Dark Knight Returns.
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The parents’ guide to what’s in this movie.
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- Genre:Kids, Animation, Franchise
- Release Date:May 21, 2013
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD