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Hilarious work. So insane.
The most historically accurate film I have seen so far. This was hilarious KG, I hope you win something.
This is ridiculous. Tony Hawk was born in 1968. He isn't dead. His father loved him very much, and you are insulting him with this film. I demand you take down this trash immediately. The fact that such a badly researched film could even be submitted to the contest is just another sign of how far this site has fallen.
Now that I think about it, I didn't like this film either. It's such a direct insult to the heart of our American culture, that I don't know how you live with yourself.
Squash on "ToY: Lego Robin Hood" wrote:
...it's a legend and there's nothing wrong with putting your own spin on it...
Though it's not a legend really, he can still 'put his own spin on it'
Still, that's a bit of a stretch.
I mean, Tony Hawk just does skate board tricks, doesn't he?
So, it's kind of weird just having him be the guy who invents them.
It's like making a movie where Obama signs the declaration of independence.
Obama did sign the Declaration of Independence. Silly Republicans.
That was hilarious, I was laughing out loud through the whole thing.
I am so stokedly proud to be in this.
That was good, if not the most historically accurate...
This does not do anything with america or Tony Hawk (best guy ever). It's a brickfilm! you can do whatever you want in a brickfilms. no rules.
loved it! I loved when his dad looked through the window so angry, haha!
What ever happened to artistic freedom people?
It was simple, yet funny.
I'm kind of disappointed that some of you believe I could write something like that and intend it to be taken seriously.
To set the record straight, I thought the film was hilarious, although admittedly the comments at this point might have eclipsed it somewhat for me personally.
One concern: First Inception and now this... it does make me worry that you're getting too comfortable with the fart jokes. Try making your next film 3D, maybe add some talking animals.
You think more people would be upset at the blatant mistreatment of parrots.
Who else noticed the Bum for TCOTY is driving the car that hits Tony?
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