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    Lews Therin

    1. Rise of the Empire
    2. MOTFADWEWAR Oh, now THAT was just crude
    3. Game II That’s not a poochie! It’s some sort or demon…hampster…thing.
    4. MOTBOB
    5. Christmas w/ Bluntman

    See a pattern?



    1. OOT
    2. good company redux
    3. falling out
    4. any blunt film
    5. poc wwos


    Drunken Farmer Ben

    EDIT: Brickshelf deleted the folder the picture I had was in 🙁 It had like two off-topic things, and several lego related things, but it was all deleted.


    The Janitor

    This post has been edited in response to DFB’s edit of the post preceding this one.


    Mr. Less

    1. ROTE
    2. Prayer of Rabia
    3. Any Bluntfilm
    4. You only lego twice
    Tied for 5
    Dominus Poenae
    The Gauntlet



    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*



    These are also in no particulair order

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



    🙂 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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