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[from trailer; Lloyd, Kai, Nya, Jay, Zane, and Cole are in class]
Lloyd, Cole, Nya, Jay, Kai, Zane:
Can I have a bathroom pass?
[run down to their lockers, get in them, and fall downward in them]
Coast is clear.
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A great film, yet filled with a few noticeable flaws. Still a MUST SEE...
I'm 15 years old, and I can honestly say that this was a good movie. Although some sections of the movie were definitely a bit dry, the fight sequences and voice talent surely made up for it. I've been a Lego Ninjago fan for a long time and this was a good refresher to the brand. Compared to the previous Lego movies, this might not have been the best, however when you compare to other kids movies- this is a pretty nice film. I do feel however that the other ninjas should have been given more of a story and much more character development.
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