Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu- Rise of the Green Ninja
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ONE NINJA MUST TRAIN TO SAVE THEIR WORLD The great Devourer has been defeated, but Lord Garmadon is still at large and what's worse - he now holds the four Golden Weapons of Spinjitzu, and soon he commands both the Serpentine and the Ninjas' flying ship 'The Bounty'. The four Ninja must train Lloyd for his confrontation with his father, but with limited powers and without a home, it proves more difficult than they could have imagined. And Lloyd is not exactly an A-student either. Garmadon is bent on preventing Lloyd meeting his full potential. He unleashes a series of devious plots including the ultimate Mega weapon, enemy pirates, dark replicas of the four ninjas and a dangerous race across Ninjago. The destiny of the Green Ninja has yet to be fulfilled.]]>
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this is like a part 1 of season 2. however, as a parent, when you start the dvd, you don't have to go through annoying preview or other stuff
you put the disk, menu will load and hit the play button. it's perfect for busy parents!!
These episodes show the early days of Lloyd as the Green Ninja...eventual Green Ninja. He is the youngest and has not yet grown big enough to go answer emergencies with the other hero ninja. The character is realistic, and acts like a boy would act - ex: disappointed when left "safe" at the apartment to work out, but doesn't get an "attitude" or go off on his own, as many modern rebellious characters would.
The dragons are fun to see. There is even a scene where the chore of cleaning up after them is passed along. lol. Just like real pets!
Unlike many martial arts stories, there is NO emphasis on seeking occult powers, mastering dangerous forbidden objects, or disgracing the enemy. Though the villain has an army of Snake People, and sometimes brings his Bone people, this is no different than any other enemy the ninja face.
The sister character is treated respectfully too.
No worries about bad role models here. Also shows kids that being a ninja, or anything else worth being, takes long hours of work over years. Be sure to point that out when the cartoon shows this - it's like that in our world too.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was exactly what I was looking for and I got my purchase very quickly.Published on July 14, 2014 by Fredericka C. Goodman
My boys love these movies and they are very age appropriate. Kung Fu Panda gets them wound up but not these ones. Now they want to take Ninja class. Read morePublished on January 9, 2014 by Monica C
My 9 year old enjoys this series. He missed some episodes and rather than track them down on TV this was an easier way for him to catch up.Published on September 10, 2013 by PSBK