Vídeo Brinquedo (known as Toy Video or Toyland Video in Portuguese) was a Brazilian animation studio located in São Paulo that produced low-budget, poorly made, direct-to-video animated films widely viewed as mockbusters of comparable films from Walt Disney Pictures, Pixar, DreamWorks Animation, 20th Century Fox, Blue Sky Studios and Hasbro Entertainment. Effectively, it is the animation counterpart of The Asylum. The company was founded in 1994 to distribute children's animation with the intention of distribution in its home market of Brazil, as well as to other global markets. In 2010, the company stopped animating movies.
Terrible CGI animation, even by mid-to-late 2000s standards.
Horrible graphics that look like something from low-budget movies or shows from the 90s.
All of them (except for Brazilian Football Passion) are obvious mockbusters/rip-offs of other well-known animated movies.
Horrible Portuguese voice acting.
Godawful plots and storytelling which rip off numerous better films.
Unfunny and weak humor.
Generic-looking title cards in most films.
Terrible writing that just doesn't capture the charm of the ripped-off movies.
Lots of padding.
As mentioned before, there is usually a lot of filler in their movies and it is usually painful to get through. For example, in Ratatoing, the first 10 minutes or so is just repetitive comments and feedback on the food at the restaurant.
Their Only Redeeming Quality
The voice acting in their English dubs are actually pretty good (except for Ratatoing). Using many of the same voice actors from 4Kids Entertainment.