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Lego Ninjago: Masters Of Spinjitzu - Season Two (Warner Blu-ray)


Picture: B     Sound: B-     Extras: D     Main Program: B+



After defeating the Great Devourer, Ninjago is safe for the time being... aside from Garmadon now having the four golden weapons of Spinjitzu.  Now, Kai, Jay, Cole and Zane must somehow train Lloyd to become the Green Ninja and fulfill the prophecy, for him to fight and defeat his own father.  Along with Wu Sensei, Nya and a few other friends they fight to defend Ninjago from the forces of evil in the second season of Lego Ninjago: Masters Of Spinjitsu.


In this season, the Ninjas start off broke and homeless, and yet they must still somehow train Lloyd to be a ninja and fight the forces of evil between their part-time jobs.  Meanwhile, Garmadon has combined the four golden weapons into the Mega Weapon and seeks new ways to destroy Sensei wu and the Spinjitzu Ninjas.  As Garmadon leads the Serpentine, he finds or creates new super weapons to defeat the Spinjitzu Ninjas, including raising a stone army and discovering the Dark island.  The only thing Garmadon fears is his own son and the prophecy.  As the Spinjitzu Ninjas find a way to recover their lost weapons and powers, their ultimate hope lies into training Lloyd to become the legendary ninja of the prophecy.


Based on one of childhoods most popular toys, the Lego Universe now brings you a Lego world with cute and funny ninja action (hey, who doesn't like ninjas?).  Good for kids of all ages, the story and theme revolve around friendship, teamwork and good defeating evil.  After years of making toys to video games, Legos are now more into TV shows as well, Ninjago is definitely a step up compared to previous Lego films.



The 1080p 1.78 X 1 digital High Definition image transfer of these episodes are definitely better than the decent, but slightly weak DVD versions and at least as good as any Lego Blu-ray top date.  The presentation is as vivid as a Lego videogame and that is why unfortunately, the lossy Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo (despite some Pro Logic surrounds) disappoints and does not match up with the picture like it should.  Warner and Lego need to do lossless sound next time.  There are no extras either, though you would think Lego would want to promote their other Blu-rays and products.



-   Ricky Chiang


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