The LEGO® Batman Movie

The LEGO® Batman Movie
The LEGO® Batman Movie




104 minutes


Action and Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Family



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Having (by his own modest admission) stolen the show in The LEGO® Movie, the caped crusader returns for an adventure that puts him front-and-centre as the star. Batman has always prided himself on being a solo crime fighter, but he is learning that it can be lonely being a superhero by yourself. Encouraged to take greater responsibility for Dick Grayson, the boy he adopted, the two soon form Gotham’s most fearsome crimefighting duo. They’ll need to be smart and work together though, because the Joker is on the rampage, attempting to take over the city, while a new mayor wants the police force to team up with Batman and Robin, whether they like it or not.

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mild comic violence, rude humour, very mild bad language

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