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May 11, 2003 at 7:01 pm #2665
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In no particular order:

ROTE – No surprise for the people who saw my promo. The animation and effects are unequalled in brickfilms (IMHO).
Falling Out – A fantastic debut. Classic Looney Tunes style escalating grudge story.
Also Thwacked Zarathustra – Pure class, with monkeys!
The Mollusk – Not the best animation in the world (sorry Greg), but some great ideas. I can’t hear the song now without picturing the marching band on that rotating podium thingy.
Any Bluntmation – I’m not going to pick an individual film. If I had to, it would be one of the following: Samurai, the Xmas special, The Game, the Clocktower trilogy and Guard.

Runners up include Russell, The Ride (“Three if by dragon”), A New Computer, The Gauntlet, ACCIB, You Only Lego Twice, and many, many more.

And finally, I just have to say that I’m really chuffed to see OOT in people’s lists. I love you guys. *sniff*

May 12, 2003 at 6:01 pm #2717
Avatar of T

These are also in no particulair order

Twelve bucks
Big Night out
Sector 7
The Great train robery
The Barber of Seville

May 12, 2003 at 10:31 pm #2736
Avatar of Kyle

:) Well, not to be all goodie goodie or anything but i think they’re all great in there own way. Sure there are some stinkos but all have a kind of potential. But if I had to pick favs they would be:

In Order:
1) Rise of the Empire (my all time fav, love the FX)
2) The Gauntlet (Really great! love the camera angles)
3) Sector 7 (Go Star Wars!)
4) Out of Time (cool!)
5) Alone (spooky!)

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