LEGO DC Super Hero Girls: Brain Drain | Full Movie
LEGO DC Super Hero Girls: Brain Drain
- 1h 12m
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The DC Super Girls go LEGO® in this animated adventure brimming with brain-twisting action! The mind games are only beginning when Supergirl, Wonder Woman, and Batgirl have no recollection of a series of wrongdoings that they were responsible for. Who can the girls turn to when even Bumblebee, Katana and other members of Super Hero High are also up to no good? It will take more than super powers to untangle this mental mix-up and find out who or what is behind these mind-bending misdoings! Get up and get your cape on for the ultimate in LEGO® girl power!
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Common Sense Says
Franchises merge for toy tie-ins; cartoon action, peril.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Lego DC Super Hero Girls: Brain Drain is the third of the DC Super Hero Girls movies, only this one, unlike the others, is an animated Lego production. This adventure is an original story in which the three leading characters from Super Hero High School -- Batgirl, (young) Wonder Woman, and Supergirl -- fight to save the planet from female versions of longstanding DC Comics villains (e.g., "Lena" Luthor). It's cartoon action -- chases, explosions, hand-to-hand combat, close calls, attacks from critters, and vicious cackling villainesses -- from start to finish. The teen heroines are smart, savvy, strong, and brave, and function as a highly productive team. Far from damsels in distress, or sidekicks, they command the action, outwit the bad gals, and, of course, save the day. Lego has created, and continues to create, partnerships with an astonishing number of established kid-friendly brands (Scooby-Doo!, DC Comics, Marvel Comics) so that fans will have an ongoing catalog of action figures and associated merchandise from which to choose. Part adventure, part toy ad, it's only meant for kids who have a clear understanding of real versus pretend violence.
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- Genre:Animation, Kids, Franchise
- Release Date:August 22, 2017
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD