A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
It's important to have quality time with your friends and family. The connections we share with others helps us to learn and grow. Things don't always go the way you planned.
Positive Role Models
Finn is a positive role model because he takes the initiative to plan a surprise vacation for his friends, in an effort to spend quality time together. He uses his organizational skills, as well as his compassion for others. Although he's sad the trip didn't go as planned, he uses his flexible thinking, active listening, and emotional expression skills while there.
The lead character of the animated special and several voice actors are from diverse backgrounds.
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Violence & Scariness
As with other Lego Star Wars spinoffs, this special includes fantasy violence. Characters in the special use cannons, lightsabers, and explosive devices to fight each other.
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Products & Purchases
Lego Star Wars Summer Vacation is an enticing promotion for Lego Star Wars sets and figures.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Lego Star Wars Summer Vacation is an animated parody for young audiences who enjoy both the LEGO brand and the Star Wars franchise. This special is the conclusion to the cross-saga's latest seasonal trilogy; its counterparts include The Lego Star Wars Holiday Special and The Lego Star Wars Terrifying Tales. This sentimental, thrilling, and comedic ending centers around Finn, who plans a fun vacation following the dramatic events of Star Wars: Episode IX: The Rise of the Skywalker. As with other Lego Star Wars spinoffs, the story includes fantasy violence. The importance of friendship and dealing with the unexpected are themes.
Is It Any Good?
This is a funny and relatable story that LEGO and Star Wars fans will enjoy. Lego Star Wars Summer Vacation highlights a main character of color who deals with very relatable feelings and scenarios, such as being disappointed and needing to think flexibly when things don't go as planned. Although there is sci-fi-centered, fantasy violence, the special is still suitable for a young audience. Fans who've seen the first two installments of this trilogy will want to see how it all ends.
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