Lego: Legends of Chima: The Complete Second Season

Lego: Legends of Chima: The Complete Second Season

Posted by jack_miller | Published 7 months ago



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I think this show has some great potential. It's just one of those things that you have to keep an open mind about. While a few supporting features including dialogue and humor may need some work, The overall story, characters, music score, and atmosphere is what makes me a fan. Although, keep in mind, this is meant to be a kids show, so they want to make the dialogue and humor as understandable to kids as possible. So it really doesn't matter much to me if it's short in that department. In summary, even though this show may not be desirable to outsiders, as long as you keep an open mind, it can be as good as any other show. It could be better, but it's certainty better than nothing. Don't get me wrong, I enjoy it very much.

- sabrina_king

My 6 year old loved the first season and begged for the second. I find myself chuckling at this cartoon from time to time. The characters are relatable and well developed.

- renee_rogers

I don't love it, but the kids love it, both the 4 yr. old and the 1 yr. old. The main protagonist is kind of a dip-wod and makes a plethora of mistakes that he continually pays for, which is good for the kids to see. But his Cali-hipster-burnout accent is annoying as hell.

- branson_white

Fun series - My 5-year old likes this, but I think its a bit dark for 3-4 year olds, even more so than Ninjago but good stories and good writing.

- amir_carter

First episodes are best. Unfortunately Cartoon Network tends to infuse the story lines with a view that all religions/ethics are equally valid. Why even go there? I want my kids to enjoy a fun cartoon, not be lectured. It is a kid show. Let kids be kids.CN needs to lighten up!

- naya_stewart

My son loves this show!

- renata_stewart

Great story line. Nice graphics. Kids love it... and Mom enjoys watching it too!

- rene_carter

I think this show has some great potential. It's just one of those things that you have to keep an open mind about. While a few supporting features including dialogue and humor may need some work, The overall story, characters, music score, and atmosphere is what makes me a fan. Although, keep in mind, this is meant to be a kids show, so they want to make the dialogue and humor as understandable to kids as possible. So it really doesn't matter much to me if it's short in that department. In summary, even though this show may not be desirable to outsiders, as long as you keep an open mind, it can be as good as any other show. It could be better, but it's certainty better than nothing. Don't get me wrong, I enjoy it very much.

- weston_rodriguez

My 6 year old loved the first season and begged for the second. I find myself chuckling at this cartoon from time to time. The characters are relatable and well developed.

- kynlee_turner

I don't love it, but the kids love it, both the 4 yr. old and the 1 yr. old. The main protagonist is kind of a dip-wod and makes a plethora of mistakes that he continually pays for, which is good for the kids to see. But his Cali-hipster-burnout accent is annoying as hell.

- javier_walker

Fun series - My 5-year old likes this, but I think its a bit dark for 3-4 year olds, even more so than Ninjago but good stories and good writing.

- evan_wood

First episodes are best. Unfortunately Cartoon Network tends to infuse the story lines with a view that all religions/ethics are equally valid. Why even go there? I want my kids to enjoy a fun cartoon, not be lectured. It is a kid show. Let kids be kids.CN needs to lighten up!

- boone_taylor

My son loves this show!

- remington_jackson

A gift

- dana_flores

Great story line. Nice graphics. Kids love it... and Mom enjoys watching it too!

- chandler_ruiz

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