Once the ruler of an entire universe, the Great Spirit Mata Nui finds himself cast out of his own body, his spirit trapped inside the fabled Mask of Life, hurtling through space. After landing on the far-away planet of Bara Magna, the mask creates a new body for Mata Nui, who unwillingly gets caught up in the furious battles of the nearly barren and dangerous planet. The locals, called Agori ask for his help against the unrelenting army of the Rock Tribe, called the Skrall and their leader, Tuma. The Glatorian warriors start to train him, teach him how to protect himself, while Mata Nui also adds some of his special powers to their fighting skill. The experienced veteran Ackar, the feisty female Kiina, the young Glatorian Gresh, and a friendly, special beetle named Click aid him on his way. But there is a traitor among the Agori, and bigger secrets lay hidden under the sands of the desert planet. Mata Nui must help his new-found friends, but he also has to find a way to return to his ...
15 September 2009 (USA)
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Bionicle: The Legend Reborn
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Did You Know?
The beginning scene with the Mata Nui robot rising out of the ocean, destroying the island, was the originally intended ending for Bionicle: Mask of Light
(2003), before they rewrote its script to keep the mystery of the giant robot a secret for some more years. See more
When Ackar clashes his sword together with a Bone Hunter, you can clearly see the top of the Hunter's head frozen motionless on the bottom of the screen, even though he's supposedly moving. See more
[we see a tropical island paradise, in the middle of a beautiful, endless ocean
It is said that all endings are merely beginnings, waiting to be born.
[two brightly glowing eyes suddenly light up below the island
My beginning was much the same.
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Click the Scarabax beetle is credited as having been played by himself. See more
In the French version, Mata Nui's voice was given a robotic distortion effect. See more
Bye Bye Babylon
Written by Mikkel Maltha
, Christine Lorentzen
and Kasper Soderlund
Performed by Cryoshell
Produced by Jacob Hansen See more