Robert’s Reviews: The Lego Batman Movie

Hello Clever People, and welcome to my review for The LEGO Batman Movie! This animated spin-off of 2014’s The LEGO Movie follows Batman, a crime fighting hero that must face overwhelming boredom when all of the super villains he fought suddenly give up. Through this, he discovers the power of family through a young orphan he adopted, and many other people that change his life. Thanks for watching!

 

Robert Burke
Robert Burke is a 14 year old film critic currently attending Sequoia Middle School. His love for film started when he was very young, and grows as he learns more and more about it. Robert expresses his love for film through reviews, which can be found on this website every Saturday. Film is not his only passion, as he also loves to act in local plays, performing roles such as Ralphie Parker in A Christmas Story and Dill in To Kill A Mockingbird. He currently lives in Redding, CA, and hopes to one day be a film director.
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4 Responses

  1. Kelly says:

    Robert.  I absolutely LOVED this movie, and I am 55 years old!  I appreciated all of the references to the history of Batman, and all the other characters.  And your review………fantastic!  Keep it up.  Even if I give the movie a higher rating of 7.5.

  2. Shelly Shively says:

    Well done, Robert, once again, on your detailed and enlightening movie review!

  3. Steve Towers Steve Towers says:

    I still haven’t seen an animated movie since “Allegro non Troppo” (a funny send-up of Disney’s “Fantasia”) and “Wizards” (a not-so-great Ralph Bashki movie) in the late 1970s.  My loss, from what I’ve heard.

    Here is the evolution scene from Allegro non Troppo, an answer to the Biblical creation scene in Fantasia.