Bud Chipowskis - World of Home Defense
Posted: Thu, 11th Apr 2002, 10:34am
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|British comedy at its best. A movie created by the Flashart Pictures team to show some of the old AlamDV effects. It might not have the most up to date effects but it sure is funny. Try to spot Schwar and Xcession as well.|Posted: Thu, 18th Apr 2002, 1:04am
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What can I say?!?
This is the flick that sold me on the program that became a legend
This will always be a favorite.
It was made back in ALARMDV's
"GOLDEN AGE". It will always be a classic. Damn those FAP guys sure know how to make a flick
BUD CHAPOSWSKI FOR PRESIDENT!!! (OR PRIME MINISTER)
Posted: Sun, 21st Apr 2002, 8:30pm
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mm yes. I still like it.
Posted: Sun, 21st Apr 2002, 8:45pm
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Ahh . . . those were the days . . . this actaully was the first movie I saw on the site! Whee! I like my red lightsaber!
Posted: Thu, 25th Apr 2002, 1:00pm
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What can you say. It's a classic.
We hope to do some more work with Charlie (Bud) in the not to distant future. He is a real actor now at one of the better Acting Schools in London
. I'm sure he'll lower himself to our level again sometime
Posted: Thu, 25th Apr 2002, 4:26pm
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Totally great pitch that film.
I orginally found the link here off the Force.net when I was trying to render/rotoscope a lightsaber in Photoshop- tutorials section I believe...... I watched the Chipowski and fetched my credit card after I picked my jaw up from the table 10 minutes later. The rest is history.......
Posted: Sun, 23rd Jun 2002, 9:54am
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I put my vote in for this, not because of the fx ( with alam we can all do them ) but for the idea, script and acting.
well i found it fun
Posted: Mon, 15th Jul 2002, 9:18pm
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Yup, along with the other guys that posted, this was the first or second film I ever saw. Great work with the effects, and there are some pretty brilliant moments
Posted: Tue, 16th Jul 2002, 1:59pm
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With all the "test" moives uploaded I'm glad I came across this little gem. Very funny, and not too long (which other films in this style tend to be) or too short (which would make it just another test). Bravo...I'd love to see more!
Posted: Wed, 4th Sep 2002, 12:06am
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This is truly the best movie on alamdv thhat I have seen yet. It is one of the first movies that I saw here, and it sold me the program right away. The style is perfect, the special effects wonderfully used. I love this movie, it has truly brough alamdv to what it is right now. I saw it very long ago, but just a few minutes ago I realized that I had not yet rated it or sent a messagew in the forum. I gave it five stars, no question about it. The Great One is truly the best.
Posted: Wed, 4th Sep 2002, 9:05am
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It's a classic... in fact, an updated version showcasing the newer effects will probably serve nicely as a 'trailer' for AlamDV2. Those participating in the competition might want to give it a go.
Posted: Thu, 3rd Jul 2003, 2:59pm
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great!!! Die alien Scum!!!
Posted: Fri, 7th Nov 2003, 5:36pm
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Posted: Fri, 7th Nov 2003, 6:28pm
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I'm sorry.... But you are an idiot.
Posted: Fri, 14th Nov 2003, 10:25am
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"One more thing, I've been to area 51."
Posted: Tue, 23rd Dec 2003, 6:21pm
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Where did you film this and where did you get those props?
Posted: Wed, 11th Feb 2004, 1:51am
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bad lighting, but otherwise, great use of effects. one of the better movies on here.
Posted: Sat, 28th Feb 2004, 5:26am
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This is definately the funniest film I've seen yet on this website. My favorite part was the short saber daul (mainly the threat and the butt kicking).
to Serpent: www.parksabers.com
has a wide selection of lightsabers and 2 guns(one of which looks somewhat like a stormtrooper rifle). Take the lamp out of the handle and replace it with a broom stick( or rake/shovel/hoe stick, whichever you call it) and you have an authentic lightsaber with a durable handle for the ultimate fight scene. Might cost you a lot though. Kind of expensive, but it looks better and is more durable than Hasbro lightsabers.
Posted: Fri, 23rd Sep 2005, 11:13pm
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This is the oldest film still active on here O_O
A couple things were pretty funny although all in all this seams more of a test (prolly is haha)
Posted: Tue, 23rd May 2006, 2:02am
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Another quite enjoyable film. The effects werent even that bad, due to how old they were. You guys should keep making more and more videos. The guns were pretty cool too, do you use AirSoft guns for filming purposes? Well another good film, Bravo!!!
Posted: Tue, 23rd May 2006, 2:22am
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Wow. I can't believe this thread is still alive. I remember it from three years ago
Posted: Tue, 23rd May 2006, 3:24am
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If there was a "Golden Age" in FxHome's History this flick was it.
This flick was there from almost the begining!