An entertaining, if frenetic, vehicle for Arnett’s Bale-inspired Bats that packs plenty of laughs.
Will Arnett voices a brilliantly gruff, macho, humourless Dark Knight in this expressive, cinematic and subversive Gotham City satire.
The LEGO Batman Movie delivers a deliriously fun ride that likely to stand up surprisingly well amongst the rest of this year's superhero films.
It doesn't quite match the exuberant spirit of The LEGO Movie, nor does it have a song to rival 'Everything Is Awesome', but it is still tremendous fun.
A highly quotable, visual treat that’s packed with in-jokes but is entertaining enough on its own terms to work for fans and non-fans alike. The best Batman film in years.
A very silly movie that quietly does its bit in setting moral standards for young audiences.
We all know that the film exists at least partly for merchandising reasons and that it has been very carefully assembled to appeal both to wide-eyed children and their jaded parents. Even so, when it has all been joined together with such gleeful expertise, nobody is likely to complain.
A funny, post-modern riff on the entire canon of big and small screen adaptations of the Caped Crusader.
Why can’t non-Lego movies be as funny, exciting and weirdly moving as this?
A hyperactive, helter-skelter comedy, it is often very silly and extremely funny. But it loses steam once the convoluted plot takes over and the relentless pace grows exhausting.
The bromance between Batman and the Joker is explored in this knowing kids’ film littered with daft gags.
General release. Check local listings for show times.