So sad to hear that TLG shut you down. It's a pity.
Anyway, I love the film. You did a fantastic job bringing the production quality up a notch (or three) and delivered a very polished and very epic final product. Visually, it is a beautiful film. Your choice of shots is great, and it has a sense of scale that goes well beyond the norm. The music is moving, which is a strong testament to the skill of your composer.
I found it a bit odd that the Lego name was evidently erased from all the studs. I'm sure that was done to avoid all the legal issues that eventually overtook you, but it made for a unique look. For a bit, I even wondered if you had used Megabloks bricks. (Oh, the blasphemy! ) You did a great job removing the name, and it's too bad all that work went to waste.
Now, I think I've mentioned it elsewhere, but the only part of the film that falls down a bit is the script. I found some of the humor didn't work for me. (Most everything when they refer to themselves as Lego or pop out body parts.) Those broke the world building that had already occurred, and the tone felt a bit jarring against the otherwise serious film. The built in a factory/toy like nature of the characters seemed inconsistent with the real-world side of being 'saved' and trusting the real God of Heaven. It's like it couldn't decide, and tried to eat it's cake and have it too.
Then, a few scenes/events felt rushed. The kid's choice to go after their father, for one. Again, I feel like I've written a detailed review of this before, though I can't seem to find that now.
While the script may sink a bit under the pressure and expectations, the film itself is still incredibly stunning.
This stands as a proud and tall testament to your team's skill and dedication. This is certainly something that you can be very, very proud of. Thank you for investing so much of your time and energy into this film. Don't be discouraged by TLG's orders. God allowed that to happen for a reason. Just trust him with the result.