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Turns out, Batman can take a joke.The laughs at the Dark Knight's expense start early in director Chris McKay's manic romp of a movie – in the first seconds, actually, with a very husky Christian Bale-like voice opining on the importance of starting a superhero movie with a black screen.That gruff voice again belongs to Will Arnett, expanding on a supporting role in the popular 2014 "Lego Movie" (clearly this self-important superhero was not pleased with a mere supporting role).Arnett's Batman is not a happy guy, weighted down as he is by a limitless sense of self-grandeur. Two key people are trying to soften Batman up, in a personal sense.The other is young orphan Dick Grayson – the future Robin – (Michael Cera) who manages to get Batman to adopt him, inadvertently."The Lego Batman Movie" is screening in Beirut-area theaters.
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