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Lego Bionicle: The Journey to One

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Animation bolsters story about legendary island warriors.

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This crisply animated series will be on Lego fans' must-see list, and the characters don't disappoint. The six Toa don't simply embody their respective elements; they have vastly different personalities that sometimes clash, but on the whole they tend to complement each other. The show could have done more for gender equality by including more than one female among the bunch, but it does focus on cooperation and fighting the good fight.

Violence is always a concern in a story like this one, and there's plenty of it here. Because the characters are robotic, there never are any visible effects from the altercations. As with all toy-inspired series, it's important to weigh this show's value against its possible commercial effects on your kids.

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