Release Date: November 3, 2015
Released By: Anchor Bay
Cast: Jason Bateman, Jamie Berard, Alice Finch
Run Time: 93 Minutes
“Filmmakers Daniel Junge and Kief Davidson explore the history and worldwide cultural impact of the LEGO universe.”
A Lego Brickumentary is a documentary that focuses on the worldwide love for Lego’s. This documentary takes us all over the world showing off different people, and their stories on how Lego’s have affected them. You learn about how each person was first introduced to Lego’s, and how it continues to be a big part of their everyday lives. You also get to see how it can be beneficial to people with disabilities, and how it works sort of like a welcomed distraction to get their mind off of their situation. I honestly didn’t know what to expect going into this documentary but I was happily surprised. I was aware that Lego’s were a big deal but I didn’t realize how big of a global impact it had. There are tournaments, and challenges, and Lego art shows that people have dedicated their lives to. Without giving too much away, there is one story where a man quit his day job, in order to dedicate all of his time to his Lego art. He took the chance because he knew that he had a skill that could potentially take him far in life. It’s an inspirational story that teaches us to follow our dreams, no matter how farfetched they may seem. Seeing this documentary on Bluray is another plus because you get to see just how beautifully vivid Lego art can be. The Picture Quality makes some of the sculptures and their vibrant colors pop right out of the screen. The Audio Quality was great as well. Occasionally throughout the documentary, it sounded like I was inside some of those conventions with everyone else. This set also includes some cool Special Features, which gives you a chance to see some extra scenes that we didn’t get in the final product. Overall, I found this documentary to be fascinating. There were so many things about Lego’s that I never would have known if I didn’t get the chance to watch this. It made me feel like I was a kid again. If you think that you know the world of Lego’s, you’re in for a big surprise. I highly recommend everyone to check out this fun documentary.
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8.5 Out Of 10 Stars