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YMMV as you may get away with paying for 2D instead of the more expensive 3D (which is supposed to be tied to the Polybag).
oh, and there was selected/assigned seating of your choice.
So a challenge for those of you who like it. Try and use your words to sell this set to me. The only rule is, you can't use the minifigs as a selling point.
my jaw is still on the floor. What a set!!!
This collection is becoming insanely expensive.
Always prepared... for camping.
I'm thinking about going again, but I think it's best to now call ahead to see if they have it in stock before wasting time driving there.
Sorry to hear that. Maybe another place hasn't run out?
(No spoiler mini-review!)
The movie isn't perfect, of course, because it varies in tone. For example, the first third of the movie is hilarious, I could not stop laughing at what they throw at you, and some things that only adults will understand. Then the movie shifts tone but it does not let down anyways, it just feels a bit slower than the beginning (which happens in most movies, so no big deal). I personally didn't totally buy the climax of the third act, but that's just me.
All the characters are spot on, the voice acting is just perfect for this movie, especially Batman, Robin, Barbara, and Joker. Although not as good as Hamill, Galifianiakis' Joker is good and is helped a lot by the animation, which looks as real as it can get and truly shows off the emotion the actors and animators want to convey. I just find it a bit creepy how Batman's attitude mirrors the stubborn attitude of a certain orange fellow that lives in a white house...Just look for it.
The story is well developed for a 'kids movie', and it throws a lot of emotion for the viewer. Things aren't usually as linear and although it might be predictable, the writers worked a bit harder to make things more exciting.
The worse part? As an AFOL (or any fan, really), you want EVERY.SINGLE.THING they show in the screen! (I'm sure the same thing happened with the first LEGO movie) I also started thinking of all the OTHER CMFs LEGO could potentially release next, and all the sets that they will be releasing after the movie is out...I need a part time job to afford it all.
All in all, I had high hopes for this movie and I was not disappointed at all. The movie is funny, entertaining, has a lot of heart, good characters with character arcs, and great voice acting. Compared to other DC character movies, this has been the best since The Dark Knight (yeah), and that is saying a lot. I give it four red brick studs, out of five.
Since WB can't do live action right for some reason.
I actually have only posted the full version here on brickset- whoever posted it up on Reddit nicked it from here...