Want to know your opinion on swear words being used in brickfilms. I have considered this, and I only used language in one of my films, and that language was in a clip as that brickfilm was promoting another channel. In some topics, language could be more realistic. I don't know. What do you think?
I have the same stance on this in brickfilms, as I do normal movies.
Yes, sometimes swear words can be used portray a certain character better, (for example, a depressing guy who hates life). Also, I find it can add more chaos to a scene that portrays a life and death situation (For example, if a train is about to crash, the people on it would definitely use those words in reality). However, in comedies, although it may sometimes be funny, I see no point in it.
If you constantly hear these words thrown around, then eventually, they start slipping out of your mouth every once and awhile. "See no evil do no evil" .
I think this way with brickfilms as well. Honestly, I don't want to see the little plastic toys that make me happy throwing around the "F-word". Even in serious brickfilms, I think it should be used very sparingly, you can only achieve a certain level of realism in a brickfilm anyway (They are plastic toys, after all).
Last edited by PushOverProductions (September 13, 2013 (02:16pm))
no more brickfilming *sad face*.