Anne Frank in Bricks – Motfilms is the winner

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    “motfilms” wrote: I’m totally in. I’m making an entry with my friend that will have so much face melting WeirdEars goodness you won’t be able to stand the excitement.

    Tom

    Bring it on, Mot, bring it on!:P

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    “Karateguy” wrote: [quote=”motfilms”]I’m totally in. I’m making an entry with my friend that will have so much face melting WeirdEars goodness you won’t be able to stand the excitement.

    Tom

    Bring it on, Mot, bring it on!:P[/quote]

    But can you do it in 10 Bricks?????

    -Stephen

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    Please post any films that are ready to this thread. Remember, there is no deadline, this is a challenge. Let’s see the weirdness….

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    Oh, so it goes on forever, eh?
    That means I could still have a chance of becoming a Patron Digital!

    Forget it. I don’t know what the hell Anne Frank is all about. And I don’t want to even add the bike bit in my version if I were to make it.

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    Since there was no deadline, I kinda drifted off and started working on another film.I’ll restart filming filimng after I release the new one.

    Legoguy, you’re off the list….

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    You can make the movie about anything, as long as it has the title “Anne Frank in bricks” and is wierd.

    – rstudios

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    “richardfrost” wrote: There are no rules and no deadline, and my decision is final.

    Although the film title is quite crucial, you could maybe give it a subtitle :wink

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    “Karateguy” wrote: Legoguy, you’re off the list….

    :crying:
    Come on! I love your films, I like your random humor, I like everything you do to make me laugh! How about if I do a qoute to change your mind?
    “Any last words?” “SNOGGIE!” “That’s not a word- ARRRRGgghghhhhh….”
    I’ll never EVER forget that famous qoute. :crying:

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    OK, I heard someone got a bit touchy about this contest and it’s subject. In the Lively Discussion forum, in the Morals thread, I posted this…

    “richardfrost” wrote: Reading this, you may wonder how I can propose the Anne Frank in Bricks challenge, and yet hold a belief in the evils of the exterminations and the concentration camps. To understand this, you need to understand that my morals and my wicked sense of humour are able to coexist, where the humour is used inelligently and to make a point.

    Were someone to actually make a comedy about the tragic tale of Anne Frank, I personally would find that to be disturbing and would rightly cause offense to most people. However, there are aspects of the Anne Frank story which lend themselves to humour, and I would resist the current atmosphere of political correctness, through which people seek to apply their own personal values and force them on others. This is the very root of situation comedy.

    In Britain, for many years a situation comedy called ‘Allo ‘Allo ran on our main channel, BBC One. Whilst it did not tickle my funny bone, it was a mainstream comedy featuring incompetent Nazis, the French Resistance, British airmen hiding out, it had scenes hinting at torture and sado-masochism, and was extremely popular with young and old.

    Personally, my amusement at the Anne Frank thing from Weirdears was actually more at the complete lack of association between the film trailer and it’s title. What I am looking for in the challenge is films which similarly display a complete disregard for all the normal rules of film making, finding humour in the unexpected. Other examples might be deliberate continuity errors, the unusual situation in the Anne Frank story, hackneyed dialogue, strange camera angles.

    What I was not looking for was a faithful retelling of a death camp in Lego as a humorous film.

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