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Overall: 8
Story: 5
Animation: 7
Cinematography: 9
Effects: 7
Sound: 7
Music: 7

Antonio's Revenge

Directed By: janitor

Genre: Mystery, Action, Drama, Comedy
Length: 08:46
Released: April 3rd, 2009

Content Advisory:  moderate violence.

Director's Comments

An elaborate remake of a short film we made one afternoon as kids.

Staff Review

Randy Yard:
This film doesn't really break a whole lot of new ground as far as brickfilms go; it merely takes a number of old ideas and portrays them better than almost all previous efforts. The plot, largely resurrected from the original, has enough holes to make a decent sponge, but just about everything else is far above par. Voice acting is stellar, serious in the right places and delightfully cheesy in others, and artful shooting and editing also stands out. Oh, and there's the classic climatic gunfight between two of the worst shots in the world. Those in the mood for a good dramatic brickfilm need look no further than this one.