It's really good, man, it's really good. This is your best brickfilm without doubt.
I liked how you had a lot of action scenes with really fast paced movements. It was especially cool how you had that scene where it cut between two separate fights. It reminds me of how I've been wanting to do that sometime.
The dialogue was clever, and I like how you sneaked in a few references which didn't distract from the film, but were none the less enjoyable.
I liked how you tried some more interesting lighting setups, but in a few it was a bit hard to see the characters, which felt a bit odd. In those scenes, I would have recommended shining an over-dramatic bar of light onto the faces of the characters, much like it is done in classic Star Trek on Kirk sometimes. The people in the LEGO movie also used this effect a few times and called it "Shatnering"
You seemed to have put more effort into your sets than usual, the wall of the house sets looks interesting with some small details, but I still think you have a ways to go.
Try placing some plates on your base so that it's not the same dull old grey every time. It needs some variation.
Nice job putting lighting into sets, but those secret base walls could use a little more detail, perhaps some more texture.
Also, most of the time the lighting looks a bit too warm and direct. I'd suggest colour correcting or better yet getting some bulbs in a more neural hue.
For the secret base I think you should have mixed it up a little bit and shined the lights onto the ceiling, which would have made the light more diffused and soft, whist also dimming the set slightly to emphasize the fancy on set lights you had on the walls.