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Overall: 6
Story: 5
Animation: 7
Cinematography: 5
Effects: 3


Directed By: Lucas

Genre: Parody
Length: 00:00
Released: January 1st, 1977

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Staff Review

Randy Yard:
Lucas can't be blamed for the mediocre script of this film, a recreated scene from a 2010 animated film starring the Dark Knight. While it has its moments, especially once things kick into gear, the long-winded conversation that opens this scene goes from "intense" to "ho-hum" to "geez, shut up and do something already" before it's even half over. What Lucas was responsible for holds its own: animation is up to the director's usual standard, and while the cinematography and set design don't help to establish a particular mood; they're well-done and certainly don't detract from the experience. Overall, it's a decent Batman brickfilm; not a model to emulate, but far better than the norm and worth a view.

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