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LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu, Season 1HDClosed Captioning

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According to ancient legend, one hero will rise above the rest to become the Green Ninja ... but who will it be? Find out in Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu Season 1, based on the Lego toy series of the same name. After years of peace, Ninja masters Kai, Jay, Zane and Cole are forced to come out of retirement to take on Lloyd Garmadon, the son of their archenemy. When Garmadon releases an army of sinister snake people to help him conquer the land of Ninjago, his evil plan goes awry as he loses control. Soon, Garmadon is himself taken prisoner by the manipulative snakes! In an unlikely twist of fate, Garmadon must join forces with the ninja to stop an enemy that prophecy warns will cast their world into eternal darkness. So suit up and get ready to join their kid-friendly battle to save the future in 15 action-packed episodes of Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu Season 1!

Customer Reviews

The LEGO Approach

LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu falls right in line with what consumers have come to expect from the LEGO company.
The humor is cliché, the storyline is simple, and characterizations are almost always skin-deep, afraid to delve.
However, does this make for a poor production? Not at all.

The series was created with younger kids in mind, as it will continue to do so. The show is a fun, creative whirl of cheesy humor, stereotypical villains, and daring heroes who don't always get along but work out their problems in the end. It follows that messages are often didactic, expressing values of courage, respect, and right and wrong painted on a black and white canvas.

Parents need not worry about underlying cynicism or overly scary elements. Albeit things get darker as the series progresses, it never pushes beyond its target audience. That said, the show is great for middle-school aged kids (Common Sense recommends 7+) and older, but may be frightening to younger ones.

For wholesome family entertainment, LEGO definitely makes for a great choice.

Cool show

This show is awesome.

🐉Great series!!!🐍

Finally- Ninjago comes to iTunes!!!😎

LEGO Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu, Season 1
View in iTunes $34.99
  • HD Version
  • Genre: Kids
  • Released: Jan 14, 2011
  • CCin English

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