The latest 4D movie added to LEGOLAND Discover Center Westchester’s cinema is LEGO Ninjago: Master of the 4th Dimension!
At this particular location, the other two movies currently being shown are “A Clutch Powers 4-D Adventure” and “NEXO Knights 4D: The Book of Creativity”.
But if you and your family are fans of the Ninjago: Masters Of Spinjitzu show and the LEGO Ninjago Movie, then you’ll love Master of the 4th Dimension! It combines elements of the Ninjago franchise with a little bit of Doctor Strange-esque magic. It’s all about bending reality! All throughout the movie, the viewers are kept at the edge of their seats with fun pop-up effects as the Ninjas are tested in the “4th Dimension”!
I thought the pacing was excellent and flowed much like a TV show episode. Though I’m more familiar with the Ninjago Movie voice cast, the characters of the Ninjas (Kai, Nya, Lloyd, Zane and Cole) and Master Wu were all great and very enjoyable! And as always, Master Wu teaches the Ninjas a valuable lesson of wisdom over knowledge.
As the latest movie offering, I’m happy to report that it utilizes the usual water & wind effects, but additional colors & lights as well! I was pleased to see that projectors were utilized to add effects to the Ninjago Ninjas’ powers.
So definitely check out this 4D movie in addition to their other offerings – or other showings if your LEGOLAND Discovery Center has other options! And while you’re waiting for the next movie, don’t forget to check out the new City Builder attraction!
Replacing the Star Wars room at the center (don’t worry, R2-D2 is still around), City Builder boasts a giant interactive play space featuring already completed city structures as well as open space for creative building. Buckets of LEGOs at every corner allow builders to start from scratch or continue working on already-set templates in place.
Completed structures such as a cafe, veterinary hospital, beach house, cruise ship, lighthouse (with working light), 15-story apartment building, fire station, police station, hotel, fashion design school, city news building, school building, and plenty of open fields & streets to build atop of!
Many of the buildings had windows where you could see minifigures living their LEGO lives and some buildings even had light effects to add to the overall city ambience.
But I really enjoyed the planes and helicopter up above. While it’s easy to stay grounded and work with the LEGOs at street level, don’t forget to look up! LEGOLAND did a great job going above & beyond to make sure that you can be immersed in the fullest city experience possible.
I think it’s great that the Star Wars room has been re-purposed into something interactive. It really gets the brain muscles flexing and trains future Master Builders!
For more information on LEGOLAND Discovery Center Westchester, visit their website or read my other posts about the Center in general and the Ninjago attractions.