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the minifigure arms look to be oddly angled from the torso.
It may be all in my head, though.
The arms are angled at a slightly, and its very slight, odd position. What your noticing isn't actually the strange angle, but actually the intensiveness of the light behind the minifig which is whiting out a section of the arm, thus making the strange effect. It shouldn't be an issue when viewed as a film.
0ldScratch, I'm not sure if the frame you've posted does justice to the brilliance of that film.
Cheesy alien time
You like ?
Why of course
Here's another one:
Harry Potter spoof?
No I just wanted a random ginger to get killed, not Potter related.
I just wanted a random ginger to get killed
Well...It beats George Lucas, I guess...
And another one:
Sorry Darkman, no cheesy beam after all
Looks like a ground-shattering fart.
Pretty good, but why are the 1st 2 on the same location?
Because that's the place where the alien lands 2 seconds later
Welcome to tim's new nightmare.
(sorry for the incredibly crappy snapshot)
I get it, Tim is haunted by fREDDY Kruger.
Frame (not a big image but oh well)
Great Quality Duke Boy!
Here is a frame for my Grindhouse themed action brickfilm titled, "Shootout!". The main plot is a girl released from prison after serving 7 years for a crime she didn't commit. She learns that her boyfriends gang framed her and she sets out for revenge, but she soon has to travel-cross country to get the revenge she needs in California!
I know it is a small picture.
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