A brickfilm is a stop-motion animation film involving Lego. Brickfilms.com is a site dedicated to brickfilming and invites amateur Lego filmmakers to share their work. AVI files are available to download and watch at your leisure. The film directory is helpfully divided into genres. “Documentary” is an obvious candidate for funniest, with filmworks on the great microbiologists, Anthonie van Leeuwenhoek and Louis Pasteur, and the history of sanitation. But The Lego Chainsaw Massacre and a Lego interpretation of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible also look promising.