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Your films just get better and better. The premise was very, VERY good, and I also like the sets (particularly the book-decal-things. How did you do that?). The animation improved drastically from "Love's Labour". And "Loves Labour" had GOOD animation. I also like how you were not afraid to do a longer scene that usual to convey more Drama. My favorite bit was the dolly shot of the whole library with books falling over. Overall, this is an amazing film and I see quite a future for you.
Whether it's running from collapsing books or hungry animals this film was well directed and edited. The animation could of ruined the story line but Legoander has mashed great animation with a great story. The library was a perfect setting full of imagination... The film started really well with a relaxed, sleep-able environment. Then becomes a hell hole of disaster. The ending was exactly as the viewers wanted it to look like. A world of imagination and fear at the same time. The set design was superb and for the tight space animating it was very well done. Legoander, I give you a solid 5/5 for a great overall film.
I loved the story of this brickfilm, the way you made it look like the books were actually falling, and the animation was great too.
Wow, that was great! Not much I can say about this one.
Wow! Stunning! A brickfilm marvel! If this film doesn't leave you with your mouth open and your knees weak, then I do not know what will. This was an unbelievable achievment in the brickfilming world. A masterpiece. From the mind-boggling story to the unique sets, this film sends the viewer into a state of chaos. If I did have one complaint, I would say that the animation is the weakest point, but that weakest point is better than many others' strongest point. Great film!
-JP (Sorry if we offended you in the post above )
I absolutely loved this film! Not only does it vibrate with originality, but it also provides some great animation and effects! I kind of wish it were a little longer, but what is here is superb! 5/5!
How did you stick them on, and what did you print them on?
I like especially the effect of the falling books ...
BTW: I was in Kaiserslautern and saw your film live on festival. Great!
Very good quality and animation. Good editing, and music. Overall, it was very well executed. Good job.
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