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The film was first hinted at in a Bonus feature on the Lego Movie Blu-Ray called Enter the Ninjago. In the short, an executive changes several scenes in the Lego Movie to feature Lloyd because "Kids love Ninjas." Emmet (the main character of The Lego Movie) suggests instead of changing the film to add a Ninja, they just make a movie about Ninjas, which the executive Claims is a great idea and the rest of the short becomes a trailer for this untitled movie (which they claim would go on to be a major Bomb at the box office.) See more »
[from trailer; to Lloyd]
To understand your future, you must go back to your ninja-roots. Your dad... was a ninja, too.
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Warner Bros. Pictures/Warner Animation Group and RatPac Entertainment logo, in the japan. See more »
My kids really wanted to see this movie badly. Usually I then hope the movie doesn't have a long dull spot in the middle where they tune out. Lego Ninjago Movie is a bit different than the regular cartoons but the kids really enjoyed it. They laughed a lot and were glued to it all the way through. As an adult there was enough fun humor along the way and it's Lego; who can't like it :). I'd recommend this for a fun light enjoyable movie that is kid friendly. My kids already want to see it again.
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