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
The first Lego movie to neither have a Tomatometer of at least ninety percent, nor be certified fresh by Rotten Tomatoes. See more »
[from trailer; Lloyd awakens after falling as Garmadon looks concerned]
L-loyd, are you okay?
Yeah, yeah, I think it's my arm! Is it, is it bad?
[turns his left side toward Garmadon to show him, though there is no arm; Garmadon jumps back in alarm]
Is it bad, I don't wanna look. On scale of one to ten, how bad is it?
Oh, I'd say it's about a seven... point... arm ripped off.
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In the extra scene later, there is a gag reel with Jackie Chan catching flying bowls. See more »
In the UK version, local television presenters and replaced the voices of and , respectively. See more »
Fun to watch, not groundbreaking, but entertaining nonetheless
First off, this wasn't THE LEGO Movie (And few movies likely will live up to that accolade). The Ninjago Movie was just a movie made with LEGO. If you've ever touched a brick you'll likely enjoy this movie. If not, you're less likely to.
This isn't a groundbreaking film. I doubt it's cannon for those who are familiar with the Ninjago story line, this is a big rewrite of events. But it fits that cozy realm of watchable and entertaining.
You don't have to be a LEGO fanatic to get every inside joke, but having the childhood experience of play helps. It'll make you laugh a few times, and there are indeed lots of colors. Why professional critics think that's a bad thing is beyond me.
This movie likely isn't for everyone. And I doubt it was intended to be. It's a kids film and stays comfortably in that realm while not boring adults to death - which is more than can be said about a number of other films for 'grown ups' in 2017.
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