Reverse-Flash manipulates the Speed Force to put The Flash into a time loop, which forces him to re-live the same day over and over again. The Flash must find a way to restore time and finally apprehend his worst enemy before all is lost.
In LEGO DC: Batman - Family Matters, suspicion is on high after Batman, Batgirl, Robin and other DC superheroes receive mysterious invitations. However, family values must remain strong ... See full summary »
Ulysses Klaue and Eric Killmonger are back to loot Wakanda's Vibrainium mines, this time with the help of the mad titan Thanos. Can Black Panther thwart their evil plot, even with the aid of Earth's Mightiest Heroes?
Michael D. Black
James Mathis III,
Yvette Nicole Brown
After escaping from the Arkhum Asylum, villains have decided to rule the Gotham and it is Batman mission to reunite with other heroes like Superman, Wonder Woman, Flash and much more to save the world from the biggest threat yet.
Gotham City District Attorney Harvey Dent is mutilated in a laboratory accident. When the duplicitous Two-Face embarks on a crime spree, Batman and Robin must solve the mystery of his identity while facing off against several other foes.
The morning sun shines on the jewel of the Metropolis skyline, The Daily Planet building. But when The Joker decides this building needs a renovation, it's time to sound the Trouble Alert because all bricks are about to break loose! The Justice League leaps into action but as the battle is brewing against The Joker something goes haywire with The Flash's powers causing him to get caught in a repeating time loop and even stranger is the yellow clad Reverse Flash taunting him at every turn! It will take all of Flash's speed, a little magic and the helping hands and paws of the Justice League's new recruits The Atom, Krypto the Super Dog and Ace the Bat Hound to break the cycle and save Metropolis!
If you're over 7 years old you can give this one a pass. I have enjoyed some past Lego super hero movies and would even label one as brilliant-- but this one fails on just about every level. It's not funny (I think I chuckled once). Parts of it are extremely absurd, even for a children's super hero flick. At 1 hr 5 min it's about 45 minutes too long. Trite, forced-storyline, and just too full of itself to be a good film. By the time it was through *I* wanted to go super-villain on the Justice League. And is anyone else getting really, really tired of DC using magic as a solution to everything these days?
Nah, this doesn't live up to expectations of the LEGO/DC franchise. Stay tuned for the next super hero: Dullsman-- bores super villains to submission.
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