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By Fernanda Camargo, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 9+

Darker Lego series helps conquer fears with imagination.

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age 9+

Based on 1 parent review

age 9+

Darker Lego Series for Preteens

Lego Dreamzz is a lego show following about 6 main characters who are trying to stop thr nightmare king in their dreams. The group goes to school together as welll. One of the boysbin the group has a crush on one of the girls and acts all shy and stuff. There is mention that Logan has two moms (lbgtq representation) but it is pretty brief. This show is highly action packed, with music fight scenes, emotional moments, and all around excitment. Theres also a brother/sister duo that shows a postive sibling relationship. Finally when they are in school there are periodic educational references such as references to charles darwin and evolution. Some of the scenes/nightmare creature and nightmares might actually cause younger viewers to have nightmares.

Is It Any Good?

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Kids say: Not yet rated

A slow-build, the series can offer an engaging story if you watch a few episodes. While the narrative of Lego DREAMzzz is linear, the characters don't understand what's going on from the start -- and neither does the viewer. This deep serialization may be problematic for younger kids to grasp the plot until they've seen a couple of episodes, possibly requiring adult guidance to connect sub-plots. If this barrier is overcome, kids can benefit from a show that highlights the power of friendship and imagination in building self-confidence and thinking outside the box. Best consumed as a weekend family binge, Lego DREAMzzz offers many discussion points, but the violence and suspense related to nightmares may be too triggering for younger kids.

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