Timothy R wrote:
I wouldn't count Unrenewable as a classic.
The Citizen of the Year, anyone?
I remember that one I thoroughly enjoyrd watching it, perhaps I should see it again
In my opinion, the classics are The Magic Portal, The Letter, Citizen of the Year, and Robota.
EDIT: and Out of Time.
Robota is also another favourite of mine
Threads like this just show me that so few people here are aware of the pre-Bricks In Motion generation. Past brickfilmers such as:
-4 guys 1 brain
-Andrew Boyer/David Lennie
-The Lieberman Bros
-Spite Your Face
Great list! Unfortunately the only one there that I am aware of is Spite Your Face, but I may see if I can find any pieces of work done by these people
For me, the animations that I have seen which I would consider as 'classics' are the following:
The Magic Portal
Journey to the Moon
The Citizen of the Year
Lego Star Wars An Average Death Star Day
Star Wars: Station Tribulations
Star Wars: The Han Solo affair
Monty Python and the Holy Grail
ONE: A Space Odyssey
Spider-Man: The Peril of Doc Ock
Lego my Eggo
The Final Quest
Lego Star Wars - Battle of Hoth
The Benny n' Lee series
The Ben and Joe series
I don't know if The Front is really a classic, but it is definitely one I will always remember!
And for anyone who hasn't seen it, you MUST check out Monitogo Studios' BOUND 50 minute lego animation
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