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    Mista Conni
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    Hi,
    i’m from germany and my english is bad :lol:
    i have made a very cool brickfilm. The name of this is “Beverly Brick Cop” I have filmed some cool scenes of the movie with lego.
    I hope you will like it :)

    you can make some improvement suggestions

    you can download a english and a german version

    English version 10 MB WMV

    German Version 10 MB Zip, WMV

    the cover:

    #7063 Reply
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    legotronn
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    uhh… is this violent? if it is, i ain’t watchin it! :-x

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    Mista Conni
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    hää, why?? the movie isn’t violent there is only one bloody scene (in the end)

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    legotronn
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    “Mista Conni” wrote: hää, why?? the movie isn’t violent there is only one bloody scene (in the end)

    not watchin it! blood gore and violence are all things i don’t like! it scares me so much i have nightmares about it for weeks :shock: it’s the truth.

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    Antiggo
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    not watchin it! blood gore and violence are all things i don’t like! it scares me so much i have nightmares about it for weeks it’s the truth.

    I can understand you, really… But here the blod is so badly done ( sorry Mista Conni ) that it does not even look like blood….

    Well, now to the film.
    The lighting was bad. Of course I see that you use lego cam which is very bad, but the lighting could be better.
    The animation was ok. The camera work was not very good. It was very jumpy… Well, the sound work was ok, and the background work was ok too… Maybe if this film was not made with lego cam it would be better…
    About the story, I did not understood everything but it seemed to be ok…

    Dont think that I am so negative, it was just what I thought abouth this film…

    BTW welsome to brickfilms.com :D

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    Stefan
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    NOTE: review based on the German edition (which downloaded a lot faster than the English, for which I’m still waiting).

    This film takes scenes from the original movie and represents them in Lego. If you haven’t seen the original, this film won’t make much sense to you, as no effort is made to bind the scenes together and explain parts of the story that were deleted.

    It uses the original audio track (I think – I’ve never seen the German synchronized version), so the sound and music are spot on… Set design is very basic, with not much attention paid to staying close to the original, scale or other criteria.

    Some of the best parts of the movie were taken for this one. The scene at the hotel was very funny in the original.

    All in all, if you know Beverly Hills Cop (the first part), this film will be fun for you, if you don’t… go rent it or something, it’s not bad. But it does contain more swearing than the average Hollywood film, and some violence. I think it’s rated 12+ in my country. Most of the scenes used in this edition don’t have the swearing, and only one of them has violence. If red clay as blood from shot wounds gives you nightmares, don’t watch it ;)

    Stefan.

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    Antiggo
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    Well, I have not seen the original one…

    #7075 Reply
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    Mista Conni
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    how could I add it to the Brickfilms.com FilmDirectory??

    #7076 Reply
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    Antiggo
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    You should e-mail Revman ( the owner ) as far as I know….

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    jamesfm
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    Don’t bother trying to add it now, the directory has not been updated for almost 6 months.

    But it looks like RevMen (Brickfilms.com’s new owner) is going forward with plans to give the site a total makeover. In the near future he will probably tell us when we can submit films.

    -james

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