My Top 5 are:
5 - Photographic Development
Though this was a close tie with a fer other films, it's the only one I thought deserved a top 5 spot. That being said, many things stood out in this film in a negative way. The JFK joke really fell flat with me, as, I think that a serious brickfilm on the subject may actually be good someday. And, many of the other jokes seemed a little too ForrestFire101-esque to me, though, overall, for an off-the-wall comedy, it worked. (most of the time)
4 - Loyalty
Though Loyalty isn't in the top 3, I actually really liked this brickfilm - so much so, that I've added it to my little list of "all time favorite brickfilms." On that list, it comes in at about 20. Though this film is great, the technical aspects of it really wore it down for me - The camera focus being my main concern. It seems as if the camera only has one focus range, and when the camera zooms, the characters start out blurry and then end blurry, only for a few seconds being clear in the middle. Also, with the type of story there was, and how things ended up, I, personally, would have made the film black and white.
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and only have the coin be in color. Then, that'd make the ending reveal all the more dramatic!
3 - Check Please
I've already reviewed this one in depth, but, I'll sum it up here. It surprised me, made me laugh, and kept on a'going. No other comedy from this BRAWL had me laugh at EVERY joke like this one did.
2 - Blinders
This one, for me, was the most powerful. I literally had my jaw on the floor the entire time, taking in all of the beautiful animation, and, of course, that ending! However, as it lacked in story, it's just #2 for me.
1 - If Prison Bars Could Talk
This one just seems to be the most well balanced of all of the entries; both surprising me, and interesting me enough to watch it several times over.