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Two Lego guys try to predict the ending of Lost.

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It would probably be better if I actually watched Lost.

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Yes it was aimed at people who watch the show.

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I cant say lost is my favourite programme ever but I kind of get the jokes, I just didn't find them funny. Sorry.

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Do you watch the show?

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TDogg186 wrote:

I cant say lost is my favourite programme

I think he does.

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@Aquamorph, not since series 1 I haven't, but I kind of know what's going on from the TV adverts that update me every week.

@Chuppa stop misquoting me.

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Hahahaha! I thought it was funny, and your ideas did sound like something the writers would have tried. (They certainly tried everything else!)  My only suggestion: have two very distinct voices next time.  I had to check the credits because I thought there was only one voice actor.  Overall - this was very clever and well done. mini/lol

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Sounds like you stumbled a couple of times with recording the dialogue. Don't be afraid to do multiple takes if it means getting a smoother recording (plus, it'll help you memorize the lines better). If necessary, you can break up large chunks of dialogue as you record so you don't have to do everything in a single take.

Also, I'd recommend bumping up the framerate and watching out for camera bumps.

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MindGame wrote:

Sounds like you stumbled a couple of times with recording the dialogue. Don't be afraid to do multiple takes if it means getting a smoother recording (plus, it'll help you memorize the lines better). If necessary, you can break up large chunks of dialogue as you record so you don't have to do everything in a single take.

Also, I'd recommend bumping up the framerate and watching out for camera bumps.

Yea I wish I had more time to make it but I only had six hours to make so it would be out before the final episode.

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That was actually quite funny!  Though we have never seen LOST, it was still very funny.  The only negative was probably the voices.  Overall, 3/5 starts.

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it was good

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cool

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Why the smilie spam man?

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This kid did a good job! mini/smile

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Darkman wrote:

This kid did a good job! mini/smile

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That film wasn't bad at all. Though there's not much I can contribute to MindGame's advice, let me just say that a more earth-toned set would look much more like a room, instead of giving off that yellowish feel.