Topic: The Best Brickfilms of all Time

This is a little place to post the best of the best. It must earn at least 11/10. Films such as Nosniborus's Grace and LOTL's 30 Years should be posted. Basicly any brickfilm that just gives you that giddy feeling while you watch it.

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COTY.

But J&TLG: Easter Poop gave me 'that giddy feeling'.

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link please. (not the easter one.)

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what does it mean 'moved'? I started this in the Coffee Shop

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MMproductions wrote:

Nosniborus's Grace

I watch that film nearly every day; so yes, I'd say it's the greatest film ever.

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Descension (Egoless)
Out of Time (Buxton)
Unrenewable (Sméagol)
The New Neighbor (Maxime Marion)
Robota (Marc Beurteaux)

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Ah yes, how could I forget Robota....

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MMproductions wrote:

Basicly any brickfilm that just gives you that giddy feeling while you watch it.

the big the starwarsy
"The Great Disturbance" by Leftfield Studios
http://www.leftfieldstudios.com/TheGreatDisturbance.htm 1 hour 15 minutes

the cartoony the action-packed
Security Nights by Count Orlock

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MMproductions wrote:

what does it mean 'moved'? I started this in the Coffee Shop

It's been moved by a Mod to the correct forum.

_2014

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The Magic Portal gives a giddy feeling everytime I watched it. It's been ages since I've last watched it...

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The magic Portal is my favourite film, My Brother's is: Flash Backs by  Nathan Wells

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Please put links to each film, then I can re-post them at the top.

edit: I almost forgot Aladibababad

edit: This is probably the newest one out here. Days of Our Pizza

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Robota

Twelve Bucks

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David Pagano's Little Guys.

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Twelve Bucks

I'd have to agree with Sméagol on this one. If it's not my favorite brickfilm of all time, it's pretty close. The style of storytelling is very unique and funny in a dark way. I also love the lighting in this film, it creates an amazing atmosphere that I have rarely seen duplicated.

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Where can I find that one?

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Night Owl wrote:

Where can I find that one?

http://www.bredstik.com/LIGHT/MOV/Twelve_Bucks.mov

I'm making a point to save that one in case that site goes down. There's been a lot of call for it lately.

If you're looking for old brickfilms Thewaybackmachine and Google caches are useful for looking at the old directory.

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I wish the quality was better in 12 bucks.

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Does anyone know of a good lego war movie?

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mini/no

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