Mr. Bad Frame is a generally interesting film. The plot it's self is very creative, well executed, and, as it is supposed to be, Avant-Garde. LgfbStudios has created something that could really give some of the veteran brickfilmers a run for their money. He is generally a more amateur brickfilmer, but here he has shown just what he can really do.
The beginning sequence is technically not that great, however it doesn't waste time over long titles, and instead gives a short explanation of who Mr. Bad Frame is. The animation is actually very smooth (Apart from Mr. Bad Frame obviously) and therefore works with the story perfectly, as any slow animation would have ruined both the mood and the plot.
In technical terms this film lacks. The light flickers show up quite often and the camera work has a lot to be desired. This film however makes up for this in it's other departments.
At seeing the splash of the coin in the fountain at scene 1, I thought this film is gonna have awful effects, however I was very wrong. The escalators scene and the scene where Mr. Bad Frame talks to his "Creator" is pure genius. The beams of light are a bit iffy, but the rain works well and looks quite real.
So overall this is an over-average film with some good effects, smooth animation, and a great storyline. A good contender for the competition, and it'll certainly get a 76/100 from me.
LegOpinions, Avant-Garde (Unoffical) Review
(I'll be posting this review in audio form on my channel soon, so keep an eye out)
'look like it was shot at 2 FPS by a blindfolded five year old boy with broken fingers and no thumbs.' -PushOverI'll be back animating soon! Exams and computer faults are keeping me away </3
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