The LEGO Ninjago Movie | Full Movie
- 1h 41m
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In this big-screen Ninjago adventure, the battle for Ninjago City calls to action young Lloyd, aka the Green Ninja (Dave Franco), along with his friends, who are all secret warriors and LEGO Master Builders. Led by kung fu master Wu (Jackie Chan), as wisecracking as he is wise, they must defeat evil warlord Garmadon (Justin Theroux), the Worst Guy Ever, who also happens to be Lloyd's dad. Pitting mech against mech and father against son, the epic showdown will test this fierce but undisciplined team of modern-day ninjas who must learn to check their egos and pull together to unleash their true power.
© 2017 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. and Ratpac-Dune Entertainment LLC. LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Minifigure and NINJAGO are © & ™ of the LEGO Group. © 2017 The LEGO Group.
Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: Despite ample charm and a few solid gags, The Lego Ninjago Movie suggests this franchise's formula isn't clicking like it used to.
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Common Sense Says
Plenty of fake kung fu in fun comedy with toy ninjas.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that The Lego Ninjago Movie -- based on the popular Lego Ninjago TV show and toy line -- is appropriate for most kids, packing plenty of laughs along with clear (if not particularly deep) messages of empowerment, acceptance, and courage. While there's a fair bit of fighting/action (along the lines of earlier Lego movies), it's not constant -- and since it's meant to evoke how kids play with toys, it doesn't resemble anything realistic, whether it's kung fu-like scenes or blasters being fired. There's talk of parents breaking up, but no emotionally challenging moments related to the topic. While it's not the lightning in a bottle that The Lego Movie was, it will entertain adults nearly as much as it will younger audiences. As with all Lego movies, shows, and games, it also serves as a feature-length toy ad -- but you may not care because it's good fun.
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- Genre:Kids, Animated, Family
- Release Date:September 22, 2017
- Highest Available for Purchase:4K