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Troy Baker is the first actor to portray both Bruce Wayne/Batman and The Joker respectively, as he is Bruce Wayne in this film and The Joker in 'Assault on Arkham', 'Batman Unlimited' and the video game 'Arkham Origins'. He has also voiced Harvey Dent/Two-Face. See more »
How would you like to be out of Arkham right now, and given a chance to take revenge on Batman and the rest of this ungrateful city?
Well, I'd have to be crazy to say no to that offer. Unless you're just one of the voices in my head. In which case, I'm crazy anyway.
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Having seen The Lego Movie, I expected this to be similar but found it to be a more serious rendition of the Batman tale, and probably nothing like the more recent Batman Lego Movie which I've yet to see. Beginning with the titles sequence in Legos copying the opening of the live-action Batman the Movie, and the use of the Batman and Superman themes from those films, the intent is immediately obvious that the story is going to proceed along those lines and not the more lighthearted and satirical tones of the latter.
There are some amusing moments, however, in the depiction of the characters. Unlike the adult Robin portrayed in the live-actor movies, Robin is here a youngster, impatient to join in the mayhem while Batman continually forces him into the background. He also sleeps with a teddy bear.
It's an enjoyable movie and the Lego constructs are interesting, and it definitely opens the way for the later, more ambition presentations.
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