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** Smoke and water are now rendered realistically, instead of being made of LEGO (save for fiery explosions.)

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** Smoke and water are now rendered realistically, instead of being made of LEGO (save for fiery explosions.)explosions).



** The lyrics to [[Music/MichaelJackson "Man in the Mirror"]] show up multiple times in the film, quoted first for humor and then for meaning.

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** The lyrics to [[Music/MichaelJackson "Man "[[Music/MichaelJackson Man in the Mirror"]] Mirror]]" show up multiple times in the film, quoted first for humor and then for meaning.



** At one point, Batman uses the phrase [[WebAnimation/HowItShouldHaveEnded "Because I'm Batman"]] to justify his actions.

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** At one point, Batman uses the phrase [[WebAnimation/HowItShouldHaveEnded "Because "[[WebAnimation/HowItShouldHaveEnded Because I'm Batman"]] Batman]]" to justify his actions.

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** Batman constantly going on about his abs being important seems like it was done just for comedy, but a strong core (the abdominals being part of which) actually is essential for unlocking one's maximum possible strength, particularly if one takes Kinetic Linking into account. In fact, the consensus is that the core is the most important muscle group to work if you want to do borderline CharlesAtlasSuperpower-like feats, such as the Human Flag.


* LogoJoke: Batman talks about the logos and describes how they set the edgy mood for the film. In an added MythologyGag, the film itself uses the dark blue tinted Creator/WarnerBros logo from ''Film/TheDarkKnightSaga''.

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* LogoJoke: Batman talks about the logos and describes how they set the edgy mood for the film. In an added MythologyGag, the film itself uses the dark blue tinted Creator/WarnerBros logo from ''Film/TheDarkKnightSaga''.''Film/TheDarkKnightTrilogy''.


* BuiltWithLego: The characters are all LEGO minifigures and everything around them is built out of LEGO blocks.

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* BuiltWithLego: The characters are all LEGO minifigures and everything around them is built out of LEGO blocks. But you knew that already, didn't you?


* BuiltWithLego: The characters are all LEGO minifigures and everything around them is built out of LEGO blocks. [[CaptainObvious But you knew that already, didn't you?]]

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* BuiltWithLego: The characters are all LEGO minifigures and everything around them is built out of LEGO blocks. [[CaptainObvious But you knew that already, didn't you?]]


* DistractedByTheSexy: Bruce Wayne is so infatuated by Barbara, that he accidentally agrees to adopt Dick.

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* DistractedByTheSexy: Bruce Wayne is so infatuated by Barbara, Barbara that he accidentally agrees to adopt Dick.Dick.
* DontCelebrateJustYet: Batman and friends defeat the Joker and his allies! The day is saved, right? ...except that [[spoiler:the Joker's bomb then goes off and begins destroying ''the entire world'']]. ''Oops''.


** The same marquee also lists [[Literature/FiftyShadesOfGray "Two Shades of Black"]]. In the previous movie, Batman says he only works with two shades (of LEGO pieces) -- black and very dark gray.

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** The same marquee also lists [[Literature/FiftyShadesOfGray [[Literature/FiftyShadesOfGrey "Two Shades of Black"]]. In the previous movie, Batman says he only works with two shades (of LEGO pieces) -- black and very dark gray.


* RickRoll: Shows up as one of several songs Robin cycles through while searching for awesome battle music.


* PuppyDogEyes: Dick, aided by his googles. {{Lampshaded}} when Dick asks if he should make his eyes even larger and doe-like to help him get adopted.

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* PuppyDogEyes: Dick, aided by his googles.goggles. {{Lampshaded}} when Dick asks if he should make his eyes even larger and doe-like to help him get adopted.


** Batman tells Robin that when they hit their enemies, words describing the impact will appear out of thin air, like in the 60's ''Series/{{Batman|1966}}'' show.

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** Batman tells Robin that when they hit their enemies, words describing the impact will appear out of thin air, like in the 60's '60s ''Series/{{Batman|1966}}'' show.



* BadassDecay: [[invoked]] Many of Gotham's citizens no longer take the Joker seriously because Batman has always been able to thwart his plans. Similarly, while the various members of the Rogues' Gallery have had their threat levels vary DependingOnTheWriter, they ''are'' usually a threat; here, Batman effortlessly beats up all of them in only a couple minutes.

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* BadassDecay: [[invoked]] Many of Gotham's citizens no longer take the Joker seriously because Batman has always been able to thwart his plans. Similarly, while the various members of the Rogues' Rogues Gallery have had their threat levels vary DependingOnTheWriter, they ''are'' usually a threat; here, Batman effortlessly beats up all of them in only a couple minutes.



* LonelyAtTheTop: ''In addition'' to his usual badassery, this version of Batman is an outright celebrity with HundredPercentAdorationRating from Gotham's civilians (even Barbara admits to admiring him, if not his methods). The whole image deflates about five minutes into the movie, where we see what his home life's like. {{Lampshaded}} by "One Is The Loneliest Number" after The Joker surrenders and there's no crime anymore.

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* LonelyAtTheTop: ''In addition'' In addition to his usual badassery, this version of Batman is an outright celebrity with HundredPercentAdorationRating from Gotham's civilians (even Barbara admits to admiring him, if not his methods). The whole image deflates about five minutes into the movie, where we see what his home life's like. {{Lampshaded}} by "One Is The the Loneliest Number" after The Joker surrenders and there's no crime anymore.



* WrittenSoundEffect: Invoked as a homage to the 1960's ''Series/{{Batman|1966}}'' TV series:

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* WrittenSoundEffect: Invoked as a homage to the 1960's 1960s ''Series/{{Batman|1966}}'' TV series:


* LonelyAtTheTop: ''In addition'' to his usual badassery, this version of Batman is an outright celebrity with HundredPercentAdorationRating from Gotham's civilians (even Barbara admits to admiring him, if not his methods). The whole image deflates about five minutes into the movie, where we see what his home life's like. {{Lampshaded}} by "[[SuspiciouslyAproposMusic One Is The Loneliest Number]]" after The Joker surrenders and there's no crime anymore.

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* LonelyAtTheTop: ''In addition'' to his usual badassery, this version of Batman is an outright celebrity with HundredPercentAdorationRating from Gotham's civilians (even Barbara admits to admiring him, if not his methods). The whole image deflates about five minutes into the movie, where we see what his home life's like. {{Lampshaded}} by "[[SuspiciouslyAproposMusic One "One Is The Loneliest Number]]" Number" after The Joker surrenders and there's no crime anymore.


** Batman tells Robin that when they hit their enemies, words describing the impact will appear out of thin air.

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** Batman tells Robin that when they hit their enemies, words describing the impact will appear out of thin air.air, like in the 60's ''Series/{{Batman|1966}}'' show.



** A lot of the scenes in the trailer were either alternate takes or lines recorded for the trailer so as not to spoil the movie. The line "I have aged phenomenally" became "''He'' has..." and was put into a different scene.

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** A lot of the scenes in the trailer were either alternate takes or lines recorded for the trailer so as not to spoil the movie. The For example, Batman's RapidFireNo becomes a moment of beatboxing in the movie; plus, the line "I have aged phenomenally" became "''He'' has..." and was put into a different scene.



* RapidFireNo: When Alfred asks if Batman wants to talk about his feelings, the response is "No! No! No!No!No!No!" It soon segues into the ''Series/{{Batman|1966}}'' theme.

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* RapidFireNo: When Alfred asks if Batman wants to talk about his feelings, the response is "No! No! No!No!No!No!" It soon segues into the ''Series/{{Batman|1966}}'' theme.No!No!No!No!"


** The same marquee also lists [[Literature/FiftyShadesOfGray "Two Shades Of Black"]]. In the previous movie, Batman says he only works with two shades (of lego pieces) - black and very dark gray.

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** The same marquee also lists [[Literature/FiftyShadesOfGray "Two Shades Of of Black"]]. In the previous movie, Batman says he only works with two shades (of lego LEGO pieces) - -- black and very dark gray.

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** The same marquee also lists [[Literature/FiftyShadesOfGray "Two Shades Of Black"]]. In the previous movie, Batman says he only works with two shades (of lego pieces) - black and very dark gray.

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