Missing Link is A Delightful, Solid Story Told Through Incredible Animation (Review)

Missing Link is A Delightful, Solid Story Told Through Incredible Animation (Review)

Ever since their debut with the feature film Coraline in 2009, Laika Studios has put out consistently strong films well-received by critics and audiences alike. Their newest film, Missing Link, continues the trend with a story about an explorer who helps the legendary beast Sasquatch find his homeland, and the result is another example of Laika doing what they do best, and that’s enthrall audiences with breathtaking stop-motion animation that tells a solid, endearing story for the whole family to enjoy. Read more

The Lego Batman Movie: Everything You Love about Batman & More [Review]

The Lego Batman Movie: Everything You Love about Batman & More [Review]

The last time we saw the Caped Crusader on the big screen, he was in the hotly-debated Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice (Hey, I liked it, so sue me). In a dour mood and off on a killing spree, some cried that it wasn’t the Batman they grew up with while others said it fit more closely with his comic book iteration. Either way, Batman v. Superman found the Dark Knight in a tight spot and in the middle of countless debates/arguments between critics and fans of comic book characters that almost sent film Twitter into flames. Luckily, Batman is back to provide some fun in the form of Legos. The Lego Batman Movie is a spin-off from the hugely successful The Lego Movie, which featured an “all-too-serious-but-trying-to-look-cool” Batman voiced by the wonderful Will Arnett (Arrested Development). Embracing the masked vigilante’s nostalgia from his past iterations along with the Lego universe’s nonsensical humor, The Lego Batman Movie is a hysterical, absolute blast from start to finish.

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The LEGO Batman Movie Reveals First Poster & Image Gallery

The LEGO Batman Movie Reveals First Poster & Image Gallery

From director Chris McKay, writer Seth Grahame-Smith and The LEGO Movie producers Phil Lord and Chris Miller comes The LEGO Batman Movie. Starring Will Arnett (Batman), Michael Cera (Robin), Rosario Dawson (Batgirl), Ralph Fiennes (Alfred), Mariah Carey (Gotham’s mayor) and Zach Galifianakis (The Joker), the film hits theaters February 20, 2017.

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