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Such a shame that this film didn't got much attention yet.
I really liked the whole concept myself, and I'm proud of how the score really fits the mood.
I kept meaning to watch this, and now I finally have. That was an interesting concept, I think I understand it. It was an enjoyable film, and, like T.G-Tom said, the score fit perfectly (although it could have been quieted down ever so much). Good job!
Truthfully, this seems like something made back in the golden age of brickfilming. A quirky story, old school parts, and that classic style of animation. Which means it's automatically amazing.
It took a bit to grasp what was happening at first, but that's good, 'cuz it made you think. It didn't spoon-feed the viewers an over-simplified story, but instead wove a very interesting and complex, yet comprehensible, plot.
The music was over-powering the voice acting, but otherwise I love the thing. Fantastic job man, and great call back to that good ole classic feel.
Thanks for all the great feedback, guys. I really enjoyed reading all your comments.
As far as the story goes, I, myself, have yet to understand it fully.
Last edited by Willow Tree (April 25, 2014 (08:14am))
I suppose this is a case of talking heads. Where it could be live action and be just as good. Not an outright bad thing, but brings question to the use of Lego, I suppose.
As for the film itself, I quite liked it. It was well done, even if the music was overpowering. The voice acting was also fantastic, which is rare for brickfilms. Well done. I like the style.
I like it bro. really do.
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