Review of “The Lego Batman Movie”

Everything is awesome in the newest Lego Movie “The Lego Batman Movie,” which hit theaters Feb. 10.
When the Joker teams up with every bad guy imaginable, including those from other movies, to take over Gotham City, civilians need Batman to save the day. He soon learns that he can’t do it alone. With his lonely past standing in the way Batman rejects intimacy and help from others. As the conflict rises, Batman finds his partners in crime; Robin, Batgirl and his loyal Butler Alfred. He learns to work as a team and they fight to defend Gotham City.
“The Lego Batman Movie” is a hilarious, animated comedy with voices by Will Arnett (Batman), Zach Galifianakis (Joker), Rosario Dawson (Barbara Gordon), Michael Cera (Robin) and Ralph Fiennes (Alfred).
I would give “The Lego Batman movie” a five out of five. It has a lot of humor that will tickle the funny bone of all ages. You’ll be hooked once you hear the opening lines, “Black. All important movies start with a dark screen. And music. Edgy, scary, music that would make a parent or studio executive nervous.”