And as they leave, Joker uses the De-Constructor to break Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, the Penguin, Two-Face, Bane, Catwoman, and the Riddler out. 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. Lego movies are a lot of fun. The villains describe their plan to the heroes as they defeat them, and then leave. .
Though the film has cutscenes from the video game, the gameplay is replaced by new scenes with the same actors. Then, and Batman open up the robot's chest with explosions, and the loads the Kryptonite into 's invisible jet, which shuts down the robot. At first, Batman is fairly inconsiderate toward others in this story. This plan requires freeing the Joker from Arkham Asylum, using a Kryptonite-powered gun. He learns that the Joker knows how to produce more , and can make a gas that makes people love him, which will help Luthor win the election and defeat. The only thing that didn't quite work was Christopher Corey Smith's Joker, which was almost there but felt like he couldn't quite get it locked down.
I didn't realize this movie was identical to the video game. It is a different story not a remake premake , and excellent in its own right. As he is making his speech, the breaks in with the , , the , and , and steals the award, as well as money and gems. Later, outside City Hall, Luthor makes a speech in front of a huge crowd and then has the Joker use the Joker robot to spray the crowd with Joker Gas. The plot revolves around Lex Luthor and the Joker teaming up to destroy Gotham City with Batman and Robin teaming up with the in order to save Gotham.
It's definitely worth checking out, and To prevent automated Bots from commentspamming, please enter the string you see in the image below in the appropriate input box. When the rope holding Batman is broken, he calls in the Batwing and defeats the Joker. Troy Baker was a fan of Batman: The Animated Series, and you can tell that Kevin Conroy served as his inspiration here. Otherwise, though the movie doesn't specifically mention toys for sale, it's hard to escape that the entire thing plays like a toy ad. The two then switch back costumes and chase down the robot, but fail; since the Kryptonite drained Superman's powers and Batman doesn't have a vehicle, the two are forced to take a bus to City Hall.
Batman also does not want help from Superman, much to Robin's dismay. The result turned out to be better than expected, thanks to solid writing, good animation, and an excellent voice cast. So when the movie came out it seemed like it might be a fun experience. I figured I would bear the brunt of the complaint tornado that would form immediately in my living room. As the villains escape on their vehicles, Robin takes down Catwoman while Batman goes after Two Face's car, with the Riddler and Harley in tow; while they leave Bane, Poison Ivy, and the Penguin because Bane's vehicle was too slow. As Superman starts to get excited at the thought that Batman is asking him for help, Batman corrects him and says he was asking for help. The movie was full of moments like this, with small jokes threaded throughout.
There are lots of explosions and chases. The Joker takes the opportunity to also free all of Batman's other fearsome foes Catwoman, Penguin, Bane, etc. It even lifts parts of Danny Elfman's original Batman music score as well as parts of John Williams' score. It's a few years older and doesn't have the flagship moviestar voice talent as the recent one, but they do a great job. He is uncomfortable asking for help, and doesn't like to give praise to others.
Yes, there are superficial similarities, but it's not the same at all. Luthor then finds out that the Joker Gas has caused the crowd to start cheering for Joker to be president and realizes that the Joker tricked him. The movie looks great and moves well, using its 71 minutes wisely. He also mistrusts his friends keeping a store of Kryptonite on hand just in case Superman goes bad. This is a great movie for kids, but even adults can enjoy it. The tone of the conflicts is always light and funny.
The only real issue is that it takes place, more or less, within the real superhero universe, and fans may balk at the somewhat jokey treatment of their heroes. When she wasn't looking I ordered this. Finally, when Luthor and the Joker begin rampaging through town in a giant Joker robot, spreading a dangerous chemical designed to influence election results , Batman changes his mind and the Justice League swoops in to help. My boys have watched it several times now, and they really get into it. At any rate, if you've never played the game then you will like this movie. They've unlocked every character and probably consider this their favorite game of all time.