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Lego: DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League vs. Bizarro League

By Brian Costello, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 6+

Silly superhero tale one big commercial for Lego, DC Comics.

Movie NR 2015 44 minutes
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Although it's not without some childish charm and self-aware humor, this movie essentially amounts to one long commercial for Lego Toys and DC Comics. In case the consumer is unaware that there are corresponding Lego action figures for each of the characters in the movie, there's even a complimentary "Batzarro" (Batman's Bizarro League counterpart) miniature action figure contained in the DVD packaging.

Although the story itself is enjoyable enough, there's not enough worthwhile content to get over the fact that this movie is merely a vehicle by which to sell toys and comic books to kids. Hard-core fans of DC Comics and Lego might find some engaging elements in the humor and characterization, but for everyone else -- especially families wary of consumerism in children's entertainment -- this movie can't stand on its own, no matter how many jokes about burps and underwear the filmmakers include.

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