The LEGO Ninjago Movie !SPOILERS!

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We work hard to keep our reviews spoiler free, which you can read RIGHT HERE. However, we also love talking about spoilers, which is why this article exists. Join us as we jump into 5 of the biggest spoilers from The LEGO Ninjago Movie.

*Warning: FULL SPOILERS FOR THE LEGO NINJAGO MOVIE!

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The LEGO Ninjago Movie Review

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In 2014, Warner Bros took the animated world by surprise with the release of The LEGO Movie. In a world where few films rival Pixar in terms of Story, Animation, Concept, and Execution, The LEGO Movie stood shoulder to shoulder with the best Pixar films. Now, 3 years later, Warner Bros has given us, not one, but two new entries the world of LEGO movies: The LEGO Batman Movie and The LEGO Ninjago Movie. This is our spoiler-free review of The LEGO Ninjago Movie.

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Ant-Man (2015) Review

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Down on his luck burglar, Scott Lang, who is ready to give up his life of crime and repair his relationship with his daughter, is employed by former scientist, Hank Pym, to break in and steal technology to save the world from Chaos.  In Marvel’s Ant-Man, Lang is given a suit that allows him to freely change the distance between his atoms, giving him the ability to become the size of an Ant.  The team embarks on the biggest AND smallest adventure of their life.

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InsideOut (2015) Review

Hooked on a Feeling

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InsideOut is Pixar’s 15th feature film release.  The story is centered on Riley, an 11 year old girl, who is flooded with varied emotions, when her family leaves her childhood home of Minnesota for a new life in San Francisco.  What transpires over the next 94 minutes is a color filled magically story that is, in some ways, more grounded than anything Pixar has done before.

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