Starring: Will Arnett, Rosario Dawson, Ralph Fiennes, Michael Cera, Zach Galifianakis, Mariah Carey

Animated spinoff action comedy directed by Chris McKay. Batman has few people in his life besides his trusty butler Alfred (Ralph Fiennes), and he spends much of his time secluded in his Batcave. But everything changes when he meets Dick Grayson/Robin (Michael Cera) and Barbara Gordon/Batgirl (Rosario Dawson), which is probably for the best, considering Batman’s nemesis, the Joker (Zach Galifianakis), is still out there in the Lego universe.

But there are big changes brewing in Gotham, and if he wants to save the city from The Joker’s hostile takeover, Batman may have to drop the lone vigilante thing, try to work with others and maybe, just maybe, learn to lighten up.



Best Quotes from Trailer:


Crowd: Batman, we love you!
Batman: Thank you. I’m blushing super hard under the mask.


New Reporter: It must be great to be Batman. I can only imagine he’s going home right now to party the  night away, surrounded by friends and lady active-wear models.


[Batman returns to his Batcave]
Batman: Hey, computer, I’m home.
[his voice echoes in the Batcave]
Computer: Welcome home, sir. Initializing Batcave music.


Computer: So did anything exciting happen today?
Batman: I saved the city again. It was off the chain. Anyway, I should probably have some grub.
[we see Batman quickly getting out of his suite and put a dressing gown]
Computer: Alfred left your lobster thermidor in the fridge.
Batman: Oh, that’s my favorite. I can’t wait.


[we see Batman in the kitchen putting the plate of lobster thermidor into the microwave and he presses 20 minutes]
Batman: Not twenty minutes. Stupid.
[he presses 2 minutes then watches the food as it gets heated in the microwave]


[picking up the lobster with a fork]
Batman: I deserve this today. Today I deserve it.
[he takes a big bite out of the lobster and starts chewing]


[in his mansion looking a picture of his mom and dad]
Batman: Hey mom, hey dad, I, um, I saved the city again today. I think you would have been really proud.
[suddenly Alfred comes up behind him scaring Batman]
Alfred Pennyworth: There you are!
[Batman suddenly kicks out at Alfred knocking him across the room]
Batman: Alfred, I am so sorry. I have incredible reflexes.
Alfred Pennyworth: I should have known better than to have sneaked up on you like that. Were you looking at the old family pictures again?
Batman: No, I wasn’t.
Alfred Pennyworth: Sir, I have seen you go through similar phases in 2016 and 2012 and 2008 and 2005 and 1997 and 1995 and 1992 and 1989 and that weird one in 1966.
Batman: I have aged phenomenally.
Alfred Pennyworth: Do you want to walk about how you’re feeling?
Batman: What! No! I don’t want to do that!
Alfred Pennyworth: Sir.
Batman: No!
Alfred Pennyworth: Sir.
Batman: No, no, no, no, no.
Alfred Pennyworth: Sir…
Batman: No, no, no, no, no, no, no…
[Batman then starts beatboxing the 1966 Batman theme]
Batman: Gosh, I hope we’re recording that.
[Alfred shrugs a no]
Batman: We’re not? Alfred, what did I say? ABR, Always Be Recording!


Alfred Pennyworth: Master Bruce, your greatest fear is…
Batman: Snakes?
Alfred Pennyworth: No.
Batman: It’s clowns.
Alfred Pennyworth: No. it’s being part of a family again.
Batman: Nope. Now it’s snake clown because you put that idea in my head.


Batman: Computer, how do I put The Joker in Arkham Asylum, quickest route, no freeways?
[we the computer is in sleep mode]
Batman: Computer, do you hear me?
[suddenly we see Alfred]
Alfred Pennyworth: Hello, Master Bruce. I have just taken away your computer privilege.
Batman: Gasp.
Alfred Pennyworth: Sir, it’s time for you to stop this unhealthy behavior. You can’t spend the rest of your life alone, dressed in black and staying up all night. Sir, you need to take responsibility for your life, and it starts by raising the young orphan you adopted.
Batman: I’m sorry, I literally have no idea what you’re talking about.
Alfred Pennyworth: The young orphan you adopted at the gala.
Batman: I thought I was being sarcastic.


[we see Robin peering close into the camera and whispering]
Robin: Hello, secret camera.


Batman: Goodnight, Alfred.
Alfred Pennyworth: Sir, it’s morning.
[he uses the remote the open the curtains which makes Batman recoil as the sunlight hits him]


[as he enters the Batcave]
Robin: It’s the Batcave. Oh, my gosh, Oh, my gosh, Oh, my gosh, Oh, my gosh, Oh, my gosh, Oh, my gosh, oh, my…
[as he starts to freak out he stumbles into Batman]
Robin: Batman! Wow!
Batman: You’re darn right “Wow”.
Robin: Wait, does Batman live in Bruce Wayne’s basement?
Batman: No, Bruce Wayne lives in Batman’s attic.


Robin: Look, it’s the Batsub!
Batman: Don’t touch that.
Robin: The Batzeppelin!
Batman: Don’t touch that either!
Robin: It’s the Batkayak!
Batman: No.


Robin: Wow, do I get a costume?
[Robin presses red button]
Batman: Don’t touch that.
[we see a lineup of different costumes]
Computer: The Mariachi.
Robin: I like that one.
Batman: That one is culturally insensitive.
Computer: Night Terror.
Robin: What do we think of this?
Computer: Glambat.
Robin: This one.
Batman: Absolutely not!
[the next costume is called the Reggae Man]
Robin: Wait, what’s that one there?
[he puts on the Reggae Man suit]
Robin: I love it. The only trouble is these pants are just a little tight. I got an idea.
[he takes off the pants]
Robin: Rip! That’s better. Now I’m free, now I’m moving. Come on, Batman, let’s get grooving!
[he keeps shaking his naked butt at Batman]
Batman: I can only look you in the eyes right now.


Batman: Are you ready to follow Batman and maybe learn a few life lessons along the way?
[the get into the Batmobile]
Robin: I sure am, but first where’s the seatbelt?
Batman: The first lesson is: Life doesn’t give you seat belts!
[we see Batman breaking really hard to avoid crashing which then propels Robin really hard into the dashboard]
Robin: Ow!
Batman: Oh, my goodness! I am so sorry. Soon as I get back to the Batcave I will make sure that Alfred puts seatbelts on there.
[he puts his arm out to Robin’s chest to protect him from falling]
Batman: But for the time being I’m just going to put my arm right here and we’re just going to gently ease out of here. Real gentle like.


The Joker: I’m back. Introducing the worst villains in the history of the universe: The Riddler, Catwoman, Penguin, Gentleman Ghost, Calendar Man, and the Condiment King.
Pilot: Are you making some of those up?
The Joker: Nope, they’re all real.


The Joker: Hi, Batman!
Robin: No way!
The Joker: Come catch your greatest enemy.
Batman: Superman is my greatest enemy.
Robin: Superman’s not a bad guy!
Batman: Then I’d say that I don’t currently have a bad guy. I am fighting a few different people.
[Joker looks visibly upset]
Batman: I like to fight around.


The Joker: Do you want to play a game, do you, Batman? Save the city or catch your greatest enemy.
Batman: You think you’re my greatest enemy.
The Joker: What drives you to one-up the way that I do?
Batman: Superman.
The Joker: Superman’s not a bad guy!
Batman: I like to fight around.
The Joker: Are you seriously saying that there is nothing special about us?
Batman: There is no us.  Never will be. Now, I gotta diffuse that bomb.


Barbara Gordon: Hi. Barbara Gordon. New police commissioner. It’s my dream for the police force to team up with Batman.
Bruce Wayne: What?!
Barbara Gordon: Wouldn’t that be better?
Bruce Wayne: I hate everything you just said.


Batman: Initialize Master Builder.
Barbara Gordon: I got it!
Robin: Here you go!
[they build a Lego aircraft]
Batman: Yes, we did it!
Robin: Why did you build this thing with only one seat?
Batman: Uh, because last I checked I only had one butt.


Batman: Let’s go defeat The Joker!
Robin: Wooh! We’re going on a family trip! I can wear my costume too!
Batman: Well, luckily for us, you left your costume back…
Robin: Rip!
[Robin rips his clothes off to reveal he’s wearing his Robin costume underneath]
Batman: Oh. No. Under your clothes. That’s perfect.


The Joker: Hey, Batman, I’m rubbing my butt all over your stuff. You’re going to have to rename this the Buttmobile.


The Lego Batman Movie is set for release in the US and UK February 10th.



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