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Lego DC SuperHero Girls: Super-Villain High

By Renee Longstreet, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Loads of cartoon action, girls' heroics, and toy marketing.

Movie NR 2018 78 minutes
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If derring-do and physical conflict are popular with girls as well as boys in today's marketplace, Warner Bros., DC Comics, and Lego have created a franchise that continues to build an audience. How enviable that is remains a question that parents and professionals consider. Does the violence go down easier for an 8-year-old when the participants are tiny plastic toys? Lego DC SuperHero Girls: Super-Villain High is filled with scenes of can-do girls battling and outwitting the power-hungry Lena Luthor and her temporary accomplices. The story is easy to follow, has suspense and a few mild twists and turns, and does offer some opportunities for messages about friendship, trust, competition, and teamwork. And there's some fun as well, as the girls -- in control at all times -- prove to be as unstoppable as they are smart and kind.

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