I have no idea who is the target audience for this documentary. The only people who might , will probably be, be interested in A LEGO brickumentary are the geeks that spend their week-ends building motorized life-sized jeeps made of Lego bricks. Well, to be fair, they are not all geeks…? I’m sure? Following the success of The Lego movie ($257.8 million in North America, and $210.3 million internationally, for a worldwide total of $468.1 million), it is fun to watch where it started, and are people doing around the world with the construction toys. For instance, there are stop-motion animation films being made. They are more difficult to make than The Lego movie who was computer animated. And also some artist building replicas of famous work of art, like the Mona Lisa or the Venus de Milo made of Lego. These, and others, are simply beautiful to watch. But not for a feature film documentary. And don’t worry. Hey, we’re all geeks. So if Lego are your things, you’ll like that film.
A LEGO brickumentary
Narrated by Jason Bateman