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Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu: Skybound

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

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age 8+

Based on 1 parent review

age 8+

If you ship Nya and Jay, watch it RIGHT NOW.

This is the sixth season in the Ninjago Masters Of Spinjitsu TV series. If you haven't watched the first five seasons, most of this will NOT make any sense to you, so don't do that. Anyways, this season is overall my favorite! I was OBSESSED with Ninjago from ages 7 to 10 because it's just so good. I crushed so hard over Jay(the lighting ninja) and he's in a lot of this season. Out of all of the seasons, though, this one has the most romance. But, anyway, without spoiling, it's mainly about how the ninja accidentally set free an evil genie who grants your wish but not in the way you want it. Each ninja gets three wishes and they have to resist the temptation to wish for things they want from the sly genie, but most of the ninja can't resist and get themselves in trouble my wishing for things they normally can't change themselves. The ninja need to find ways to change back their wishes without using up all of their wishes and without the genie tricking them again. Also, there is some chemistry between two of the ninja which literally was the reason I obsessed over this season. But, also, the reason I put 8+ is because there is a really important character that dies and the ninja are depressed by it(in a way) and it's a little cheesy now that I look back at it, but it's kinda tragic for itty bitty kids, so if it triggers anyone or if it's not something you would like, don't bother. I'm sure you could skip this season because it doesn't really add much to the main plot. But, honestly, romance isn't really what most little kids like, so maybe stick to 8+. If they DO like romance, WATCH IT. And, if you're a romance geek that's 11+, please do watch it and cringe all you want. But, tbh, there is some good chemistry. Also, thank you sooooo so so so much for taking the time to read this super long review. Byeeeeeee!

This title has:

Too much violence
Too much sex

Is It Any Good?

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This entertaining series offers a fun, action-packed story while staying true to the Spinjitzu saga. The teen ninja do what most teenagers do, including engaging in competitive behavior and struggling through (largely innocent) romantic entanglements. But they continue to fight for good while recognizing the importance of honor, teamwork, loyalty, and treating everyone in the group equally, regardless of gender.

Nya's personal struggles with how she is accepted by outsiders as the only female in the group leads to some important insights. And of course, Master Wu (Paul Dobson) and Misako Garmadon (Kathleen Barr) impart their wisdom along the way. As a result, Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu: Skybound offers lots of adventure and some positive messages.

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