Overall: 7
Story: 7
Animation: 7
Cinematography: 8
Effects: 5
Sound: 6
Music: 6

Headache-key

Directed By: France & Alex

Genre: Sci-fi, Action, Comedy
Length: 0:9:57
Released: December 28th, 2005

Director's Comments

Tribulations of a small lego-man pilote, who has to deal with human beings...

Staff Reviews

Aaron Bulger:
Headache-key was an is still a unique brickfilm. Originally released in 2005, it's now making a comeback on Youtube. Though the technical specifications have grown a bit dated, this film deserves a viewing. Voice performances are fair, though their French delivery may be a bit off-putting to some viewers (English subtitles are provided). Special effects are a mix between practical and digital and are unlikely to impress,. Animation is good, as is the integration with the human actor.

I was amazed after I finished watching to note that the video is almost ten minutes long. Though brickfilms of similar lengths have been known to lag, Headache-key keeps a good pace and kept my interest 'til the end. The story is a simple, yet enjoyable take on a toy's perspective of the world and the dreaded fate of spending your days attached to keys via a metal rod inserted into your head.

Aaron Bulger:
Headache-key was and is still a unique brickfilm. Originally released in 2005, it's now making a comeback on Youtube. Though the technical specifications have grown a bit dated, this film deserves a viewing. Voice performances are fair, though their French delivery may be a bit off-putting to some viewers (English subtitles are provided). Special effects are a mix between practical and digital and are unlikely to impress,. Animation is good, as is the integration with the human actor.

I was amazed after I finished watching to note that the video is almost ten minutes long. Though brickfilms of similar lengths have been known to lag, Headache-key keeps a good pace and kept my interest 'til the end. The story is a simple, yet enjoyable take on a toy's perspective of the world and the dreaded fate of spending your days attached to keys via a metal rod inserted into your head.

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