LEGO DC Super Heroes: Justice League: Attack of the Legion of Doom!(Blu-Ray + DVD + Digital HD UltraViolet Combo Pack) w/ Figurine
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We get many of the same characters we’ve seen before and this time Cyborg takes center stage, hungry for acceptance and the only one who can see through the mind tricks pulled on the League later in the film. The Trickster makes a welcome appearance early in the movie with Mark Hamill returning to the role he first played on the 1990 Flash tv show. This is really one of the shining moments of the movie and I wished that character had been in it more or at least returned at the end.
As with other Lego movies there are in jokes for the grown ups and enough humor for the kids as well. Watch for a Batusi and a few new 52 jokes. The voices are solid and the animation extremely well done. At 77 minutes it’s not too long, but I did feel the pace drag at times. The Bizarro release was a brisk 49 minutes by comparison.
There are just a few extras on the disc. Two trailers, one for Batman Unlimited and another for Lego DC Comics Superheroes: Justice League vs. Bizarro League, and Click, Zap, Boom! Creating the Sound Design.Read more ›
I loved the Lego movie and some of the DC and Star Wars shorts that Lego has done.
All the movies share a certain charm and cheesy quality that appeals to both kids and adults.
This one though is really just a movie for kids. The scene where Luthor and gang are picking out the members of the Doom squad was aimed squarely at the 5-6 year old crowd.
There were no plot surprises.
Great movie for the kids, but you might want to balance the checkbook or make dinner while this one is playing.
The movie plot is straight-forward, without being too boring. The introduction of Martian Manhunter is interesting, and how he interacts with the League in the beginning.
Because this being a LEGO-theme movie, you will see numerous vehicles from the Lego DC Hero kits that are already on the store shelves (even the inexplicable Batman robot). But at least my son was excited when he saw the JL ship (Javelin) on screen, "Daddy, I have that plane! Look!)
Its a great, safe film that has plenty of the classic Lego humor we have come to expect from the movies and games.
My son is 3.5 and is obsessed with LEGO. He also loves super heros and I feel that these movies are a great way to allow him to get into DC comics heros without seeing too much violence.
The Justice League elects Batman as the temporary leader of the League(similar to the Justice Society having a rotating chairperson), and for some reason Hal Jordan is back as Green Lantern instead of Guy Gardner. After Trickster manages to hit Metropolis with a huge stink bomb, the League get some new duds since their old one stank. Meanwhile, Lex Luthor, Sinestro, and Black Manta decide to put together their own anti-Justice League group of villains called the Legion of Doom, although Luthor is secretly working with Darkseid to take over the planet. They hold Legion auditions, but knock out most of Batman's enemies since they get shown enough in the Lego games, plus Deathstroke is passed since he makes everyone else look like losers. Along with a few other baddies like Capt. Cold, Grodd, and Cheetah, the full Legion raids Area 52(the one after Area 51)for a Martian being kept there, and convince the Martian Manhunter that they're the good guys. They use MM's mental powers to make it look like the League wrecked a power plant, and get exiled from Earth. Cyborg however stays behind and deduces that they were all duped by Martian Manhunter, and convinces him to take over Sinestro's mind to bring the League back. The Legion meanwhile have launched their headquarters into attacking Metropolis, but Cyborg reveals that the Hall of Justice is also a flying fortress(because you really want your local superhero team to have a mobile sky building that shoots missiles!Read more ›
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My Sons love Lego DC cartoon and most of them are funny and as well entertainment. It worth buying it for your kids who love LEGO and DC Superheros. I enjoy it as well too.Published 2 months ago by Abul-Hasan Mobin Khalid
Good addition to the Lego movies but not the best. Worth buying for the Lego super hero fan.Published 3 months ago by carren
Arrived just in time to be put in my grandson's stocking. He is a Lego fanatic so this Lego superhero vid is right up his alley.Published 4 months ago by GiGi
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