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Honestly, the line delivery was kinda rough.
I know the wording and grammar are complex, but there are ways of making it sound much more natural.
As it is, the dialog alone brings the enjoyment down considerably.
There's a lot of start-and-stop, not only in the story pacing, but also in the animation and movements.
It's got a noticeable lack of easing in/out, with figures jerking around and shifting around randomly.
The camera angles are all about the same height and distance from the figures, and the framing is frequently unbalanced.
I respect you for trying to adapt Shakespeare to Lego, but that takes a lot of skill and precision to get right, and the execution on this just falls a bit short. The animation and movements had potential to give it a wonderful flow and grace, but they got bogged down and sadly intensified the issues.
It was like there was no energy of life put into the Voice Acting.
Animation was a bit rough too. Like, it was just boring at times. There was either no movement or very little.
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