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Love the city-scape! I'll be sure to steal that technique.
The plot was, as ANP so wonderfully put it: "Lolwut." But what is that word when he says: "I'm so ? tonight."
I couldn't seem to quite catch it. The movie was short, sweet, and to the point, with the only problem being it ended before I wanted it to.
But what was up with this? (Click to see bigger size.)
But what is that word when he says: "I'm so ? tonight."
He said (with a stupid accent):
''I'm so beaaatiful'tonight''.
I hope it's not too unintelligible. He's got a really weird voice.
It's a bear.
I like the joke's concept a lot. I, also, was very impressed by the extremely detailed miniature, but I think it would be better if there were no (or at least very, very little) studs visible. Studs tend to make miniatures very obvious (of course, you can pretty much always spot miniatures if you know anything about LEGO). But anyways, well done. This is a one-joke brickfilm that really works.
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