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The Lego Movie Intro


Whatever you think of Batman v Superman, I think there’s one scene everybody can agree is pretty amazing. That would be the warehouse fight scene where Batman rescues Martha Kent. It’s high energy, very kinetic and well-choreographed and shows Batman kicking bad guy butt like only he can.Is there really way to improve on that scene? How about by adding a little song from The Lego Batman Movie?See, The Lego Batman Movie opens with a great scene of Batman taking on not just the Joker but nearly every single enemy he’s ever come up against. Bane, Scarecrow, Two-Face, Condiment King, Crazy Quilt, King Tut (yes, they are all real, look them up) … And he does it all while singing an amazing song about how he’s awesome because he’s such a great hero and a billionaire (and definitely not Bruce Wayne). You can check out the original scene from The Lego Batman Movie below:What Youtube user Christian Ortiz has done is with just a bit of editing, synched up that song, titled “Who’s The (Bat)Man?” with the warehouse fight scene from Batman v Superman, and while not a perfect fit, it does work very well and improves an already spectacular scene.

Check out that video below:Now I’m not saying the Batman of the DCEU has to be all light and silly like he is in The Lego Batman Movie. But I am saying it might be okay to have him lean just a little this way. A hero who is confident, knows he can kick most bad guys’ butts (because he’s Batman!) and can have just a tiny bit of fun while doing so. I think we’d all be a little better for it. This is my Next‘The LEGO Batman Movie’ Theme Song Touts The Sickest Backflips & Buns of SteelPosted on Saturday, February 4th, 2017 by Ethan AndertonWhen the new theme song for last summer’s Ghostbusters reboot by Fall Out Boy arrived online, a lot of people hated it. Therefore, some might be leery to hear that Fall Out Boy lead singer Patrick Stump has a track on The LEGO Batman Movie soundtrack that is essentially a theme song for The Brick Knight. But I’m happy to tell you that this song is hilarious, perfect and just plain awesome.The LEGO Batman Movie theme song can be found on the official soundtrack, which is currently available to stream on Spotify.

Don’t worry if you don’t have Spotify or you’re not willing to shell out the money for the album yet, because the track has been made legally available on YouTube as well.Here’s The LEGO Batman Movie theme sng “Who’s the (Bat)Man” by Patrick Stump:Here are some of my favorite lyrics from the song:Who has the coolest gadgets? Who has the tricked out ride? Who does the sickest backflips? Na Na Na Na NaWho’s the manleist man? With buns of steel? Who could choke hold a bear? Na Na Na Na Na Who never skips leg day? Who always pays their taxes? What’s pretty impressive is the voice that Patrick Stump puts on to imitate Will Arnett as LEGO Batman. It makes me wonder why they just didn’t have Will Arnett do the song to begin with, since he already had that dark, brooding rock song from The LEGO Movie soundtrack back in 2014. Perhaps this song actually exists in the universe of The LEGO Batman Movie and the superhero himself had it created in his honor? That sounds like something LEGO Batman would do.

The way Patrick Stump incorporated the classic Batman theme into the song is a nice touch too, and there’s a good chance this will be one of those songs that the kids want to hear over and over again. However, there’s one more track that’s rather catchy, which actually features the voice of Will Arnett, that may give it a run for its money. Here it is:“Friends Are Family” by Oh, Hush! featuring Jeff Lewis is certainly a lighter pop song that could rival “Everything Is Awesome” for the song that starts to drives parents crazy. It also sounds like the song that plays when Batman realizes that maybe being alone isn’t all its cracked up to be.Next week we’ll get to hear these songs in The LEGO Batman Movie when it hits theaters on February 10.In the Push to Carve Up Northeast Ohio With Natural Gas Pipelines, Property Owners Are Winning So Far, But the Fight's Not Over A Family is White, Then Black, and Then Completely Different in 'Barbecue' at Cleveland Public Theatre

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