Wherever there is chaos and destruction, you will find Superman's mixed-up clone, Bizarro, who hears the opposite of what is said, says the opposite of what he means and does the opposite of what is right. The Man of Steel decides it's time to find a new home for him...on another planet, Bizarro World! When Bizarro World is threatened with destruction by the galactic tyrant, Darkseid, Bizarro returns to Earth and clones the Justice League to create more "heroes" like himself; the Bizarro League is born! From Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern and Cyborg, backward clones are spawned called Batzarro, Bizarra, Greenzarro and Cyzarro. It's up to the Justice League to team up with their bizarre counterparts to stop Darkseid and save the galaxy!
Directed by: Brandon Vietti
. Starring: Diedrich Bader
, Troy Baker
, John DiMaggio
, Tom Kenny
, Phil Morris
, Nolan North
, Khary Payton
, Kevin Michael Richardson
, James Arnold Taylor
, Tony Todd
, Kari Wahlgren
, April Winchell
. Music by: Tim Kelly
Superhero movies are there to inspire our inner-child-dreams of fulfilling that potential which society kept suppressed in order for us to contribute to it.
An amateur Lego persiflage of such a superhero movie makes sense because it takes the metaphorical superpowers not serious.
But what is the point to simulate the fun of dilettantish Lego puppet games by animating them in 3D including facial expressions? Ah yes, the point of course is for the industry to suck as much money out of the market as possible, just as they did with Wallace and Gromit when the rendered the charming modelling clay animations.
But - as pleased as parents are to know that they can drop of their kids in front of such "family-proof" movies - they should reconsider that the times when kids play with glove puppets or rather with the boxes than with the actual plastic-gifts - those are the times when their fantasy is most active and engaged, so that the games are the most pleasant psychotherapy kids could have - reliving their experiences through playing.
But spoon-fed stories which don't at all require imaginations or active engagements anymore will make the kids creativity shrivel as much as their sense of self, so that they one day will end up as spineless couch-potatoes who barely get along with todays requirements rather than being innovative and a person of character.
And what do such people dream of in the end? Right - of secretly being a superhero. And this is where we came full circle and you could start reading this review from the beginning again.
Review by Eye_MD_B from the Internet Movie Database.