Sméagol wrote: Riley wrote: Night Owl wrote:
Nah, I'm very much in favor of Playback getting a nomination; and yes, it's because of the two figures.
I don't think playback was the best compared to others.
Honestly I would give the edge to Playback pretty handily in this case - as the images demonstrate, the sets in Train 2 Catch are quite large, but IMO the attention to detail suffers.
"The sets are large, but the attention to detail suffers" - but the set in playback was pretty much a large park bench, with little detail, and seeing as I think it's fairly obvious if you slow down Train to Catch and watch it at a slower rate, there was enormous attention to detail. I wouldn't mind if you could explain what part of the set in Playback has the edge.
Also, Playback was great, I loved it.
Edit: The LEGO City commercial's were amazing, but of course, as you guys have pointed out, making money or being associated with LEGO means that the film is completely out of consideration.
Edit: That was sarcasm, I thought I should point that out because there's been a lot of confusion over sarcasm in text in this thread so far. I was pointing out how a lot of you were acting as if it was stupid to not consider a film becuase it was associated with LEGO.
Last edited by Riley (August 5, 2009 (03:01am))