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A pleasant focus! Storyline makes it a solid 7 Star short animation for me!
This is a cute short Lego film where Batman is being too proud to join the justice league because he feels better on his own. I can relate to this because when too many pieces of a team come together, we all want to be chiefs instead of one chief and rest of the team as an Indian of many. Or we'd rather be boss over each other. This place will never stop the power struggle over each other and tend to our own future businesses in the present moment. One team, one future for me. To live and to let all others who aren't choosing life on purpose every day, to die of their own free will/choice. Movies prove a lot of points and if we can find one common mission or goal between us, we'd all be living in our own freedom of choice (which is free will). In the end, does Batman chose to stay on his own or does he join the justice league? You'll have to see for yourself. Will you be on your own, or part of a larger team, working together for the common good of each other? Just like another reviewer says that Batman is typically better off alone because of the inconsistencies and the fact that he doesn't really gel all that well with the DC Universe. I am a batman in many way because I'm better off alone and left to my own imaginations of what my future might entail. Be the boss of your own imaginations. It might be the only way to deal with this kind of place.
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