Stop motion films are always a wonder to watch. The sheer effort and creativity needed to even complete a short film is just amazing. The kick-ass team at AMAA Productions created Action Bill, a LEGO stop motion movie about William Shatner traveling back in time to destroy–who else?–William Shakespeare. A surprise guest joins the fray too. Using childhood LEGO collections and customized minifigs, the movie was completed in 14 days while being shot at 15 frames per second. This five-minute fun film took 4,700 frames to complete and if I say any more, I’m afraid I’d spoil it for you. So do yourself a favor and watch it!