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Overall: 6
Story: 4
Animation: 6
Cinematography: 7
Effects: 4
Sound: 5

James Bond Mechanical Brick

Directed By: Olsonstudios

Genre: Action, Parody
Length: 03:53
Released: April 22nd, 2009

Content Advisory:  moderate violence.

Director's Comments

A James Bond film with an evil villian, a shark tank, and a silenced pistol. What else do you need?

Staff Review

Randy Yard:

I've been waiting for a great Bond brickfilm for a while, and though this one doesn't quite reach that lofty goal, it's a solid effort. Just about everything the Bond franchise is known for is faithfully replicated, from the gunbarrel opening and heavily stylized opening credits to the disfigured villain. Some of the technical aspects are markedly low-tech and the ending is a bit rushed, but these factors certainly don't detract from the film, which overall does a nice job of capturing the feel and fun of a Bond film. Even if you're not a fan of 007, this is worth a view.