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Overall: 8
Story: 7
Animation: 6
Cinematography: 7
Effects: 8
Sound: 7
Music: 4

The Crow and the Fox

Directed By: France & Alex

Genre: Comedy, History
Length: 02:12
Released: September 20th, 2006

Director's Comments

This is a brickfilm based on a fable by Jean de La Fontaine, but with a different ending.

Staff Review

Bert Loos:
The Crow and the Fox is a humorous parody of the well known story that is guaranteed to provide for a few laughs. The joke is played out very well together with a very convincing narrator.

The film is impressive when it comes to the set and character design. The crow and fox are beautiful, and have been animated very well. The sets make effective use of a combination of LEGO bricks and other materials to provide a forest background that is simply eye candy.

I'm not too sure whether the an 80's remix of a Bach song works well under the credits for the film, but overall the film is definitely a joy to watch.

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