EDIT 2: Alright, I bought three LEGO Movie packettes for about $5 each. I also bought one Series 11 pack for $3.99. The 4th place person will have choice between the LEGO Movie packette or the Series 11 packette, but 5th and 6th place will receive a LEGO Movie packette without any choice.
Sorry it took me so long to get back to you.
That's really awesome, man. I think that's a brilliant idea, and I'll put it on the front page in just a second.
Galactic Films wrote:
If I do a film, does it have to have a beginning and a end, or can I just have the story start anywhere I want in the story? Say I wanted to do a battle but I didn't want to take the time to tell how the characters got there.
It can be any part of the film: beginning, climax, conclusion, mid-film conflict, point of no return…whatever you like. The plot synopsis and outline will fill in the gaps in story-telling. As far as setting up characters goes, don't worry about explaining who they are if you're doing the beginning or the end of your film, but make sure their personality shines through.
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