May 20, 2003 at 10:06 pm #3217
Im taking a servey for my new site and want to know what is your favorite Brickfilm movie? If you post im going to rewrite whatever you wrote on my site so make sure what you post is what you want there. I would also like to know why you like that movie, is it for FX, story, cinematography, or what. thanx!May 20, 2003 at 10:38 pm #3223
LEGO movies or “Holywood” movies?May 20, 2003 at 10:43 pm #3225
lego movies of coarse!May 21, 2003 at 1:23 am #3241
My favorite, of course, is my own “The Apartment” because it is highly amusing (IMO) using some good unique characters and a penguin. Other than my own films, for some reason I have watched Rev’s chicken dance about a million times. I know its not really a film, but for some reason I just keep watching it. The moves are just so perfectly synched with the music and the camera angles are awesome.May 25, 2003 at 8:53 pm #3622
Whew…not sure about that one….I don’t know why,but MG-2.The Transition from the planet surface and Alpha base is smooth.So,FX.May 25, 2003 at 11:26 pm #3626
My favorite movie is Out of Time. And my two movies I like OOT because it’s funny, the animation is very realistic (as realistic as you can get with mini-figs), and, well, it’s just really cool! And that tracking shot :woo Wow! Buxton, how about an update on OOT II?
TomMay 26, 2003 at 12:12 am #3629
A script has been written and I’ve done some preliminary model building. Beyond that. my lips are sealed I’m not giving too much away at the moment because I want it to be a surprise.
Besides that, it’s on hold for the moment while I work on my BrickFest entry, which basically consists of the most astonishingly bad visual pun you’re ever likely to see.May 26, 2003 at 12:43 am #3631
“Buxton” wrote: A script has been written and I’ve done some preliminary model building. Beyond that. my lips are sealed I’m not giving too much away at the moment because I want it to be a surprise.
Besides that, it’s on hold for the moment while I work on my BrickFest entry, which basically consists of the most astonishingly bad visual pun you’re ever likely to see.
Cool, thanks dude 8) Can’t wait to see either one.
TomMay 26, 2003 at 1:25 am #3632
my fav has gotta be twelve bucks, animation was good, the sets were big and detailed, the idea and execution was original, but what i really love about this movie was the mood it created: it totally immereses the viewer in its world and doesn’t let go until the end.May 28, 2003 at 10:46 am #3819
i know its my own post but my fav has to be ROTE. Its unbelievable! i love the effects and the animation doesnt match anything ive seen yet.