All in all, a great buy, particularly on sale. Great blu-ray, and a fun family film that we will enjoy over and over, for years to come.
Besides, we don’t own a 4k screen or player yet. My daughter raved about it for the whole time from the day it was released at the movie theater until we finally picked it up. She had already seen it 5 times at the movie theaters!
Took my 4 year old to see this, and he enjoyed it so much we bought it the day it released for his birthday.Batman seems to fall just a slight notch below. It’s not without fault- there are rare moments of “let’s get to the next joke,” but these are far and few between. The individual scenes and dialogue seem to bounce all over the place as if the movie can’t concentrate. The overall story arc makes sense and happens at an enjoyable pace, but when reflecting on each scene you wonder how we ever made it. It’s like playing racquetball through a series of rooms: yes, you move from room to room and make your way through the entire building, and do so at an expected pace overall, but within each room you wonder if the energy expended watching the ball bounce all over the place and the players running all over the room was necessary or even distracting. Warner is infamous for underusing disk space.
It’s another day in LEGO City and the Fire Brigade is busy putting out fires and keeping the citizens of LEGO City safe!
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The steelbook case is a great piece of art and a good way to display the movie when not in use. As for the movie, it wasn’t great, but it was cute.
I felt that both of these, and several others, gave far better (and more entertaining) portrayals of the characters. Lego movies have not disappointed and this entry into the franchise appeals to a broad audience of fans alike. Overall, this is an excellent film that will make you laugh out loud as it continuously pokes fun at the title character and teaches us all a valuable life lesson.
I would recommend this movie to all my friends!
Batman does deliver some great laughs though and the supporting characters are interesting. The jokes and dialogue had me laughing the whole time. They throw in characters from all over the batman franchise and bring some of the more obscure villains into the spotlight. If you have a good sound system with a sub woofer, look out!
Other than that, it’s fun movie that’s sure to entertain and delight. Not the most must-have steelbook ever, but if you find it and love the movie, certainly pick it up. Video looks great, usually animated movies do and this one does not disappoint. The pace of the movie is sometimes frantic, and at times there are simply too many characters to keep track of. Having said that this is a movie the whole family can enjoy. Yes, some parts are more suitable for adults, but the “kids” will enjoy all the action and amazing colors!
This is an explosive (pun intended) an very colorful movie. It highlights many of the “batman story lines” to anyone familiar with the franchise. Batman was a film that we had been waiting to see and last night we headed out to the theaters to enjoy some laughter. Emmett and the gang as they are thrown sky high and right at us. However, the movie is so fast-paced that the filmmakers have chosen to keep audience eyes focused on the foreground, presumably so they don’t miss a key plot points. This one was very funny, but also pretty deep in meaning, which my kids were able to understand. A young character (almost always male) is called on to save the world/neighborhood/kingdom. He plays a wizard who is far less consistently brilliant and all knowing than he claims or wants to be.
We were in a full theatre and one gentleman in particular seemed to be outrageously entertained with his incontinent guffawing. In a similar vein, if you go see this movie be sure you keep an eye on the stuff going on in the background. Often in children’s movies the themes crow constantly about being your own person and doing your own thing but this one has a strong streak teaching the value of working together and accomplishing more than any set of individuals working separately could. Later in the film, parents get a strong admonition about letting kids be kids and practice their individual creativity rather than trying to get kids to fit into strict parental expectations. It is always my endeavor to provide helpful reviews. If you find my review helpful then great!
Beautifully animated and brilliantly conceived, it isn’t the feature-length toy commercial or product of calculated marketing some feared it might be. Where almost anything could happen between anyone in any number of franchise universes. Seeing how intelligently it plays in several sandboxes at once even more so. Pratt and company are hilariously cast and deliver the goods, without exception. It has fun with long-standing debates (free-lock vs.
Lego 3d MovieDescribing the impact of it all, particularly in breakneck motion and in delirious swing, is near impossible. Marveling at how effortlessly it comes together, though?
Rather than slather the screen with eye-gouging swaths of color, the film’s ever-shifting palette incorporates convincing lighting to lifelike ends. Primaries are vivid, black levels are deep and satisfying, and contrast is consistently filmic and strong. It’s all there to be discovered and pored over in high definition. Edges are clean and natural, free from ringing or aliasing, and textures are refined and close-ups striking. If you didn’t already think the world of the animation, you will now. Laser bolts fire anywhere and everywhere they pleased. This is about as pristine and impeccable as they come. And when that’s your chief complaint, you know you’re listening to something special. Dialogue isn’t shortchanged either, arriving with ever-intelligible, impressively grounded voices that are never disconnected from the soundscape or compromised in any way. Talking head interviews provide a bit of insight into the production, but not to any substantive ends. Some mini-featurettes for the kiddies, specifically instructions for building two simple models from the movie, online and off. Look for it to earn a spot in multiple categories by multiple reviewers.
The Lego Batman Movie Vr D Trailer
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