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Parents' Guide to

Lego DC Comics Batman: Family Matters

By Renee Schonfeld, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Cartoon action, teamwork, comedy, and toy marketing.

Movie NR 2019 79 minutes
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A Lot or a Little?

What you will—and won't—find in this movie.

Community Reviews

age 6+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 5+

So drugs!

My only problem with the film is that they use different music for the transformation scene. Can’t they use the Danny elfman theme ?
age 6+

Good kid friendly take on the Red Hood story

This is pretty good movie for all ages violent scenes in the movie such as explosions, gun shots and even Two Face threw Bruce out of a building with intention to kill. Language includes Idiot, Stupid, Jerk and Dumb. Nightwing and Batgirl are dating and that is stated many times they hug. Batwoman is in this movie but is not Lesbian like she is the TV series and Comics.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (2 ):
Kids say (2 ):

This entry in the Lego DC partnership has a nice balance of fun, emotional tugs, and comic action; the villains, robot armies, rockets, and explosions come fast and often, and so do the twists. The story, though heavily populated, is easy to follow and sticks to the basic DC formula: old villains rise up, bring on the battles, get defeated, and the superheroes celebrate. Batman's role as a parent is part of the tale, as he has dealings with all three young people that he's mentored, one in a surprise appearance. The two female "members of the family," Batgirl (Alyson Stoner) and Batwoman (Tara Strong), have lots to do, and keep up with the male members of the team. Lego DC Comics Batman: Family Matters is entertaining for kids as long as they understand cartoon action is different from real danger.

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