Shunned by everyone for being the son of an evil warlord, a teenager seeks to defeat him with the help of his fellow ninjas.


Bob Logan (screenplay by), Paul Fisher (screenplay by) | 11 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jackie Chan ... Master Wu / Mr. Liu (voice)
Dave Franco ... Lloyd (voice)
Fred Armisen ... Cole (voice)
Kumail Nanjiani ... Jay (voice)
Michael Peña ... Kai (voice)
Abbi Jacobson ... Nya (voice)
Zach Woods ... Zane (voice)
David Burrows ... Fuchsia Ninja (voice)
Alex Kauffman Alex Kauffman ... Ninja Computer (voice)
Justin Theroux ... Garmadon (voice)
Ali Wong ... General Olivia (voice)
Garret Elkins Garret Elkins ... Retirement General (voice)
Todd Hansen Todd Hansen ... General Omar (voice)
Doug Nicholas Doug Nicholas ... General Jolly (voice)
Charlyne Yi ... Terri IT Nerd (voice)


Six young ninjas Lloyd, Jay, Kai, Cole, Zane and Nya are tasked with defending their island home, called Ninjago. By night, they're gifted warriors, using their skills and awesome fleet of vehicles to fight villains and monsters. By day, they're ordinary teens struggling against their greatest enemy: high school. Written by Movie insider

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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for some mild action and rude humor | See all certifications »

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Did You Know?


Jackie Chan's second animated movie outside of DreamWorks Animation's Kung Fu Panda movie franchise, after The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature (2017). See more »


As Lloyd and Garmadon are being carted toward the volcano, one of their captors claims that the 15 million Kelvin temperature lava will melt them before they even feel the heat. While technically true, volcanic lava is not anywhere near that hot. Volcanic lava can be anywhere from 970 to 1500 Kelvin (700 to 1200 Celsius.) By comparison, 15 million Kelvin is roughly 15 million Celsius and is the approximate temperature of the nuclear core of the sun. If the volcano was really 15 million kelvin, everything around it would be vaporized. See more »


KaiJayZaneLloydNyaKoko: [together] Can I have a bathroom pass?
Ms. Laudita: I think you mean, "May I." "May I have a bathroom pass?" You know what? Do whatever you want.
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Crazy Credits

As with The LEGO Movie (2014), the third of the closing credits is presented in the background of changing LEGO colors. The cast is divided into groups. See more »

Alternate Versions

In the UK version, local television presenters Kate Garraway and Ben Shephard replaced the voices of Robin Roberts and Michael Strahan, respectively. See more »


Referenced in AniMat's Crazy Cartoon Cast: Sci-Fi Special Feature (2019) See more »


We Bring the Fire
Written by Brillz (as Sami Diament), Nico Hartikainen and Solomon Olds
Performed by Brillz featuring Drones
Courtesy of TWONK Records
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Nowhere near as bad as other reviews had me expecting. I was actually quite pleasantly surprised.
19 December 2018 | by MUFCOKSee all my reviews

The Lego Movie was fantastic. Lego Batman wasn't as good but was still pretty solid. The Lego Ninjago Movie is the worst of the three, but it's really not that bad.

The film looks fantastic, I watched it in 4k and the colours and animation look magnificent. The animation in the action scenes can contain a little too much judder but other than that I have no complaints on the look of this movie. The characters are fun enough. The villain has some good moments with humour that was to my taste.

One of its main problems is that it now feels a little repetitive and stale after the previous 2 movies. The studio really should be aiming to make them bigger and better with easy passing movie otherwise the franchise will run out of steam. Following Lego Batman with Lego Ninjago was always going to have an anti-climax feel to it.

I think Younger fans will enjoy this more than the adults. The dialogue is a little cheesy and slapstick which I found tiring after a while but that's not to say it isn't funny. Some of the jokes land, some of them don't. The morales of the story are a little cliched a familiar also, with its classic son and father broken relationship plot.

Overall, I found the movie flawed in parts and it was more geared towards children, but ultimately it was still entertaining. It gets far too much stick from reviewers/critics and because of this I went into the movie expecting to be disappointed, which I wasn't. Worst of the three movies so far but still worth a look.


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Release Date:

22 September 2017 (USA) See more »

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Box Office


$70,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$20,433,071, 24 September 2017

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