LEGO Ninjago 4D Movie Debuts at LEGOLAND Discovery Center Arizona
Thank you to LEGOLAND Discovery Center Arizona for inviting our family to their VIP Night to cover the event as media.
Ninjago fans will love the new LEGO Ninjago 4D movie that debuts tomorrow, April 7th, at LEGOLAND Discovery Center Arizona. Master of the 4th Dimension goes beyond your normal movie viewing experience by adding 4D effects with lights, sounds, bubbles, smoke, water, and wind.
[quote]LEGO NINJAGO 4D premieres April 7th at LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Arizona and Master Wu is waiting for you at the Dojo! Join the ninja’s as they show off their awesome LEGO NINJAGO moves in a super-cool and explosive 4D adventure. Unravel the teachings of the Scroll to master the 4th Dimension and harness the power of the elements in this exclusively awesome cinematic experience! Come experience the supercharged world of LEGO NINJAGO like you’ve never seen, smelt or felt it before![/quote]
Come along on the journey with us to the VIP event in our video below:
Young Ninjago fans will enjoy seeing their favorite Ninjago characters in this short movie. Lloyd, Zane, Kai, Jay, Nya, Cole, and Master Wu make an appearance in this fun movie for kids where everything they think they know about our world’s dimensions may not exactly be what they think.
This movie is especially fun for younger kids who may not be able to sit through the entire Ninjago movie that came out in 2017.
The boys give this movie two thumbs up.
- The special effects continue through the entire movie. Very young children may be sensitive to the special effects.
- 3D glasses must be worn in order to enjoy the movie.
- You will get slightly wet, depending upon the location of your seat.
- The 4D movie selections rotate throughout the day. Be sure to check in with an employee to find out when this movie is playing next for your family to attend.
As always, we enjoyed our visit to the LEGOLAND Discovery Center Arizona and look forward to the next event. While you are there be sure to check out the new Dino Explorers exhibit open for 2018.