This is intentionally low tech animation of a high order.
A series of absurd, barely connected story-lines shapes this visit to a
high energy stop-motion animation world, where the characters all move
around just fine, thank you, regardless of the fact that they mostly
have plastic bases to which their feet are welded. There's something of
old, silent film slapstick here, along with a Monty Python sense of the
humor of weirdness.
On the other hand, I found it a bit hit and miss. There were certainly
many sections that I found entertaining and wonderful, but there were
some lulls as well. Some who are familiar with the film's origins (a
series of 5-10 minute shorts made for Belgian TV) felt it played better
in smaller doses, and I can see that.
But still, this is a very inventive, fun, one-of-a-kind film, and
that's always to be embraced and applauded.