The LEGO Batman Movie: Please, God, Make It Stop

A new trailer for The LEGO Batman Movie (2017) came out today. The first trailer for the movie I’ve seen.

And I couldn’t be less excited.

There was something about this trailer that felt… off.

I couldn’t put my finger on it, until I saw the words “From the team that assembled The LEGO Movie.”

The LEGO Batman Movie is not from “the team that assembled The LEGO Movie.”

What do I mean by that?

This:

Phil Lord and Chris Miller aren’t directing it or writing it.

While The LEGO Movie (2014) felt like a labor of love from artists who wanted to tell a good story for the sake of telling a good story, The LEGO Batman Movie feels cold and calculated.

Warner Bros. executives took one of their most money-making properties (Batman) and the surprise hit that was The LEGO Movie, and said:

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I just can’t bring myself to care about Batman. At least, not for the time being.

I’m looking forward to seeing the Ultimate Edition of Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016).

Otherwise: Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy has more than satisfied my desire for stories about the Caped Crusader.

Plus: I’ve got Arkham Origins and Arkham Asylum to keep me happy, too.

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And if I’m looking to get my fix on Will Arnett comedies, I’ll stick to Arrested Development and BoJack Horseman.

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4 thoughts on “The LEGO Batman Movie: Please, God, Make It Stop

  1. “Arkham Origins” and “Arkham Asylum” the video games I hope? Those are two masterpieces. I know how you feel about LEGO Batman. Batman is just too badass to go LEGO. A lot of LEGO heroes were.

    1. I’m currently playing “Arkham Origins,” and then will play “Arkham Asyrlum.” I haven’t bought “Arkham City” or Arkham Knight” yet.

      And I’m glad I’m not the only who is disappointed by the news of a LEGO Batman movie.

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