The Lego Batman Movie


The Lego Batman Movie

Overview:

In the irreverent spirit of fun that made “The Lego Movie” a worldwide phenomenon, the self-described leading man of that ensemble—Lego Batman—stars in his own big-screen adventure. But there are big changes brewing in Gotham, and if he wants to save the city from The Joker’s hostile takeover, Batman may have to drop the lone vigilante thing, try to work with others and maybe, just maybe, learn to lighten up.

Votes 1378 (7.2/10)

Runtime: 104 minutes

Release Date 2017-02-08

Budget: $80,000,000.00

Revenue: $311,950,384.00

Website: Link

Tagline: Always be yourself. Unless you can be Batman.

Production company:

  • Lin Pictures
  • Warner Bros. Animation
  • Warner Bros.
  • Animal Logic
  • DC Entertainment
  • Lord Miller
  • LEGO System A/S

Production country:

  • Denmark
  • United States of America

Genres:

  • Action
  • Animation
  • Comedy
  • Family
  • Fantasy

Trailer

Further Information

Batman / Bruce Wayne (voice)
Will Arnett
Will Arnett
The Joker (voice)
Zach Galifianakis
Zach Galifianakis
Robin / Dick Grayson (voice)
Michael Cera
Michael Cera
Batgirl / Barbara Gordon (voice)
Rosario Dawson
Rosario Dawson
Alfred Pennyworth (voice)
Ralph Fiennes
Ralph Fiennes
Mayor McCaskill (voice)
Mariah Carey
Mariah Carey
Harley Quinn (voice)
Jenny Slate
Jenny Slate
Two-Face / Harvey Dent (voice)
Billy Dee Williams
Billy Dee Williams
Jim Gordon (voice)
Héctor Elizondo
Héctor Elizondo
The Riddler / Edward Nygma (voice)
Conan O'Brien
Conan O'Brien
Scarecrow / Jonathan Crane (voice)
Jason Mantzoukas
Jason Mantzoukas
Bane (voice)
Doug Benson
Doug Benson
Catwoman / Selina Kyle (voice)
Zoë Kravitz
Zoë Kravitz
Clayface / Basil Karlo (voice)
Kate Micucci
Kate Micucci
Poison Ivy / Pamela Isley (voice)
Riki Lindhome
Riki Lindhome
Superman / Clark Kent (voice)
Channing Tatum
Channing Tatum
Green Lantern / Hal Jordan (voice)
Jonah Hill
Jonah Hill
The Flash / Barry Allen (voice)
Adam Devine
Adam Devine
Voldemort (voice)
Eddie Izzard
Eddie Izzard
King Kong (voice)
Seth Green
Seth Green
Sauron (voice)
Jemaine Clement
Jemaine Clement
Phyllis (voice)
Ellie Kemper
Ellie Kemper
Anchorman Phil (voice)
David Burrows
David Burrows
Reporter #2 (voice)
Ralph Garman
Ralph Garman
Reporter (voice)
Chris Hardwick
Chris Hardwick
Pilot Bill (voice)
Chris McKay
Chris McKay
Reporter Pippa (voice)
Laura Kightlinger
Laura Kightlinger
Reporter #1 (voice)
Brian Musburger
Brian Musburger
Batcomputer (voice)
Susan Bennett
Susan Bennett
Captain Dale (voice)
Todd Hansen
Todd Hansen
Richard Cheese (voice)
Mark Jonathan Davis
Mark Jonathan Davis
Screenplay
Chris McKenna
Chris McKenna
Screenplay
Erik Sommers
Erik Sommers
Director
Chris McKay
Chris McKay
Additional Writing
Jared Stern
Jared Stern
Additional Writing
John Whittington
John Whittington
Producer
Roy Lee
Roy Lee
Producer
Dan Lin
Dan Lin
Producer
Phil Lord
Phil Lord
Producer
Christopher Miller
Christopher Miller
Music
Lorne Balfe
Lorne Balfe
Editor
David Burrows
David Burrows
Editor
John Venzon
John Venzon
Editor
Matt Villa
Matt Villa
Casting
Mary Hidalgo
Mary Hidalgo
Production Design
Grant Freckelton
Grant Freckelton
Art Department Coordinator
Cara Payne
Cara Payne
Art Department Coordinator
Madeleine Purdy
Madeleine Purdy
ADR Voice Casting
Barbara Harris
Barbara Harris
Animation Supervisor
Rob Coleman
Rob Coleman
Lead Animator
Matt Everitt
Matt Everitt
Key Animation
Chris Ebeling
Chris Ebeling
CG Supervisor
Damien Gray
Damien Gray
Modeling
Angela Ensele
Angela Ensele
Modeling
Steven Hubbard
Steven Hubbard
Modeling
John Paul Molloy
John Paul Molloy
Pre-Visualization Supervisor
Pablo Plaisted
Pablo Plaisted
Animation Department Coordinator
Hannah Roberson
Hannah Roberson
Music Editor
Philip Tallman
Philip Tallman
Music Editor
Will Kaplan
Will Kaplan
Music Editor
Craig Beckett
Craig Beckett
Dialogue Editor
Sonal Joshi
Sonal Joshi
Dialogue Editor
Derryn Pasquill
Derryn Pasquill
Foley
John Simpson
John Simpson
Sound Designer
Wayne Pashley
Wayne Pashley
Sound Effects Editor
Nigel Christensen
Nigel Christensen
Sound Effects Editor
Jared Dwyer
Jared Dwyer
Sound Effects Editor
Mario Gabrieli
Mario Gabrieli
Sound Effects Editor
Andrew Miller
Andrew Miller
Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Unsun Song
Unsun Song
Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Gregg Landaker
Gregg Landaker
Supervising Dialogue Editor
Rick Lisle
Rick Lisle
Supervising Sound Editor
Wayne Pashley
Wayne Pashley
Supervising Sound Effects Editor
Fabian Sanjurjo
Fabian Sanjurjo
First Assistant Editor
Eliot Knapman
Eliot Knapman
First Assistant Editor
Courtney Teixera
Courtney Teixera
Screenplay
Seth Grahame-Smith
Seth Grahame-Smith
Screenplay
Jared Stern
Jared Stern
Screenplay
John Whittington
John Whittington
Story
Seth Grahame-Smith
Seth Grahame-Smith
Creator
Bob Kane
Bob Kane
Creator
Bill Finger
Bill Finger
Creator
Jerry Siegel
Jerry Siegel
Creator
Joe Shuster
Joe Shuster

Gimly

How do I feel about _The Lego Batman Movie_? Pissed off. That's how I feel. Pissed off that to get another great Batman movie, we had to wait 5 years and for bloody LEGO of all properties to get their hands on the damn thing. Seriously though _Lego Batman_ is pretty gold. Most of all I would recommend it to Batman fans, because there's a couple of tiny little off-the-cuff references you'll get an extra kick out of, but it'll also work for fans of the original _Lego Movie_, and for kids too. _Final rating:★★★½ - I strongly recommend you make the time._

SJC

DA DA DA DA BATMAN - I MEAN: LEGO BATMAN Not only in the fun style of the recent Lego film but the 1965-1068 TV show from Fox and Greenaways with DC with Adam West and Burt Ward, and which was produced and narrated by Bill Dozier with bat gusto, this is the second Lego film and the first real fun Batman film and treatment since that 1960s series (which, by the way, had its OWN 1966 Batman movie!). Susan "Pewter" Bennett, btw,also is Siri and is billied as such. Also another unique female voice:Jenny Slate ("Bellwether" in Zootopia) is Harley Quinn. Numerous funny song references make this an excellent movie..

Reno

**All important movies start with a black screen...** As the new millennium began, alongside the LEGO films born, but it all started with the song, the breakthrough song 'Everything is Awesome' a couple of years ago. Since then, we all thought LEGO was a new format in 3D animation like Anime in 2D Animation. So I was expecting very eagerly what could be the second LEGO film. When they had announced it was going to be 'Batman', many 'Batman' fans were elated. So here we are. It took a longer time than expected to hit the screen. I'd lost hope in this, because all the sweet memories of the firs LEGO film were fading away from me. So I could not say or think anything about it. That's all changed once I watched it. While watching it, everything was restored like waking up after I was knocked down with a big blow to the head. That reminded how badly I missed it. One of the best animations. It can't be compared to the normal animation. It is more like a jerky type, similar to stop-motion, but done in softwares. Anyway, it was not about the animation. It was the story and dialogues. The best Batman film was a very serious film, but this one was so fun. For all ages, a non stop entertainment guaranteed. The surprise was all the villains coming together in one place. When the Batman ignores his arch-rival, the Joker, he is set to redefine his position to fight the Batman. His comeback endangers the whole Gotham city. Then the black clad, the Batman, with the support of his sidekicks, fights to save the city from devastating. The remaining is how it all ends. The voice-over artists were awesome, but first, my praise goes to the screen and dialogue writers. As I said, nothing was great in animation, especially if you had seen the previous LEGO film. All one can see is LEGOS everywhere, the world, the city, the characters made of LEGOS and then even the explosives and other special effects are kind of LEGO brick style visual. But top to bottom a very enjoyable film. An animation that should not be missed. Probably it could contest in the upcoming Oscars. Now all my eyes are towards 'Ninjago'. Bring it on. _8/10_

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