If you browse my site, you’ll see that I have broken ranks just once. I usually review full-length feature films, the lone except is Olaf’s Frozen Adventure, which was only 22 minutes long.
I decided to watch Exodus: A Brickfilm (35 mins) because it looked awesome. As you may remember, I’ve never been a fan of the Lego Movies because there is always some human element to the story which takes away from the brick characters. You won’t find any humans in Exodus, which was a breath of fresh air.
If you have little kids who love legos and want an introduction into Moses and Genesis, then look no further than this short animated adventure. You must understand that this is not The Ten Commandments or Exodus: Gods and Kings. This short film touches upon all the key points of the story with some informative narration and significant special effects.
Exodus is fun and educational. It would be pretty awesome if the company behind this project managed to piece together other stories of the bible and bring them to the small screen. I would support such a project because it is something that we don’t usually see. Most of these characters are meant to go on epic adventures to sell more toys and bring in companies the big bucks.
Exodus A Brickfilm is more of a passion project for those involved. I applaud their efforts and look forward to whatever they may come up with in the future. 7/10