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The Lego Clan - Part III

Posted: Tue, 26th Jul 2005, 9:42am

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Rating: +1

The final chapter in the Lego Clan trilogy. In this concluding episode the blood keeps flowing and the heads keep rolling as rival Clans clash, identities are revealed with an ending so shocking and twisted that even I was surprised!

If you haven't seen Parts 1&2 of The Lego Clan trilogy you can download them from The Lego Clan website.
http://www.thebystudio.com/movies/LC/


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Posted: Tue, 26th Jul 2005, 9:47am

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Yeah right !!!

Lego-clan is back in action

Gonna watch now ...

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\/\/ATCHED the film____________


Wow, that was freakin' amazing !!!

I really loved the scene 'ticket to heaven'.
The blood and gore was as normal very good.
Only the music choice was not insane.
And a very good story ofcourse !
The end was really shockin'.

Amazing done !

But I'll give it 5/5
Posted: Tue, 26th Jul 2005, 2:20pm

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hahaha! that is well funny.

the bit were he shoots himself, and the guys like " what the frigg was that noise" lol!!


Exellent!!!


Josh. 5/5
Posted: Tue, 26th Jul 2005, 5:05pm

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Im glad you enjoyed it because I wasn't really happy with the way it turned out. Im going to be making another lego film but the animation will be alot smoother and the story will be alot better. Not just over done gore.
Posted: Tue, 26th Jul 2005, 11:10pm

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You have a sick humor, and like blood and gore....I LOVE YOU. I love this movie. 5/5
Posted: Wed, 27th Jul 2005, 12:55am

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I like this trilogy, but I am sure this third part is the weakest one, tho still fairly good in some points. I just thought the voice-acting of yours got a bit tired, not sure.

I liked the blood and gore of course. Your music choices were good imo. I like the way you light the scenes... very dramatic and cool.

Good work!
Posted: Wed, 27th Jul 2005, 1:00am

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Doing the voices for all the characters did get me annoyed and I didn't put much effort into it when I started getting to the end of the project. Im definetly not doing all the voices again for my next one lego film.
Posted: Wed, 27th Jul 2005, 3:07am

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I was laughing histerically during the Andrew W.K. part. That was hilarious.

5/5
Posted: Thu, 28th Jul 2005, 11:54am

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That was fantastic.

My fav bit was when the bloke goes 'what you gonna do?' and the reply is 'are you a retard? I got a frekin hand cannon in ur face wt u think i'm gonna do' biggrin

Would you mind giving us a little more info on how you did it. I'd like to know how much lego you have. Did you have to build each set for each shot, or did you have enough lego to build several sets? Also, how did you film it? I've never learnt anything about that technique. Do you take still photos or what?

Cheers,
Posted: Thu, 28th Jul 2005, 3:09pm

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That was awesome.

"I belive that was the sound of a gunshot."
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"AAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"

classic.
Posted: Thu, 28th Jul 2005, 5:35pm

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TommyB wrote:

That was fantastic.

My fav bit was when the bloke goes 'what you gonna do?' and the reply is 'are you a retard? I got a frekin hand cannon in ur face wt u think i'm gonna do' biggrin

Would you mind giving us a little more info on how you did it. I'd like to know how much lego you have. Did you have to build each set for each shot, or did you have enough lego to build several sets? Also, how did you film it? I've never learnt anything about that technique. Do you take still photos or what?

Cheers,
I actualy don't have alot of legos. I had to make one set at a time and even then I still didn't have enough legos. Most of the mini figures you see in this film are my friends little brothers that I borrowed. He wasn't really happy when he got them back stained in fake blood.
I filmed this with a Sony Digital Handycam and on the camera it had an option were it would record only I think 12 or 15fps, Im not sure.
Posted: Fri, 29th Jul 2005, 8:19pm

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Very awesome movie, Lots of humour combined with a lot of gore (which is very greatly done.
I even felt srry for the guy hanging with his head to a chain.
AAH PLZ DON'T KILL ME *BANG*
Merciless but though very funny to see lego do this stuff.
The only question I have is a technical one. How do you make this fake blood. What is it?
Oh, one thing, sometimes the characters were a bit hard to hear. Make sure the voices aren't going too fast.
Overall very very good movie, espacially with lego.
5/5 (if I could rate razz)
Posted: Sun, 31st Jul 2005, 1:42am

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Awesome movie. 5/5 from me.
Posted: Sun, 31st Jul 2005, 10:47pm

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I showed this to my mate who also though it was fantastic.

I really hope that you do another similar project. The third film had a more professional and 'polished' feel to it. I especially loved the lighting effects, and somehow... you captured a very Desperado-esque style.

Whenever, or if, you make another film. Try and work on the presentation more. By that I mean, present it in widescreen, tweak the images and colours, enhance the lighting etc

Good luck!
Posted: Mon, 1st Aug 2005, 3:42am

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I had to give this a 5 for the fact that it took me back to my early days of stopmo films. Very tedious work.
Posted: Tue, 9th Aug 2005, 2:59pm

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I finally got around to seeing the whole trilogy and it was awesome. Personally, what is your, the creator's, favorite character? Mine was Adam the Cannibal. He was hilarious.

BTW, have you though of putting these movies on Brickfilms.com by any chance? They love stuff like this!
Posted: Wed, 10th Aug 2005, 9:30pm

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My favorite character would have to be Adam the Cannibal as well.

I did post The Lego Clan part 1 on brickfilms but not many people really cared for the violence and the choppy animation which I am fixing in my next lego movie "Coffee and Carnage."
Posted: Thu, 11th Aug 2005, 3:27pm

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Good film!
Except for the animation (try 15 fps next time)

The great thing about your film is the gore (5/5)
How did you do it? What did you use for the fake blood and the wounds?
Was it easy to clean after the shot?
I'm really interesting of trying it in my next film.

Thanks
Bob Page
Posted: Thu, 11th Aug 2005, 3:37pm

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Im not sure I want to give my secret away but it took me a while to clean up each shot. Clay works good for blood, I would have liked to use that if I had some at the time.
Posted: Wed, 17th Aug 2005, 6:56pm

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Hey Great Movie and movies!! I think they absolutley halairious!!...I was just wondering though...I went to your website and watch the other 2 and I was wondering if they are available for download(as in on my computer)..it just be cool to come back and watch it every now and then!
great job! can't wait to see more!!
Peace-knubs
Posted: Wed, 17th Aug 2005, 7:58pm

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knubs wrote:

Hey Great Movie and movies!! I think they absolutley halairious!!...I was just wondering though...I went to your website and watch the other 2 and I was wondering if they are available for download(as in on my computer)..it just be cool to come back and watch it every now and then!
great job! can't wait to see more!!
Peace-knubs
They should be. Right click and Save Target As.
Posted: Wed, 17th Aug 2005, 9:14pm

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Yea I can do that on this site with the 3rd one but I went to yours to try and download the other 2 and it says things like...loop,quality,settings,play..ect. there's no "save target as" so I can watch it I just can't download it...I tried to find the other 2 on fxhome but I couldn't find it....it's not that big a deal so if it's a hassle don't wry about it!! thanks!
Peace-knubs!
Posted: Fri, 19th Aug 2005, 11:32pm

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knubs wrote:

I went to yours to try and download the other 2 and it says things like...loop,quality,settings,play..ect. there's no "save target as" so I can watch it I just can't download it...
yeah ... I created the website in Flash so you get a different menu when you right-click. I'll either add html links on the site or figure out a way to allow a download and save in Flash...

EDIT: I added a link in the footer of the website for other mirror sites that you can go to and download and save the movies.
Posted: Thu, 23rd Feb 2006, 1:21am

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You really did a great job with this one. It demonstrated a very good understanding of this genre and your style is fantastic! The animation must have been very tedious. This is definitely one of my favorite movies on this website. Keep up the good work!
Posted: Sun, 31st Dec 2006, 4:04am

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That was really cool. What was the music when Lucious first walked in with the 2 gaurds?
Posted: Fri, 23rd Jan 2009, 7:49pm

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very cool

very cool

and very cool

emmm very cool

ohhh i forgot, very cool!
Posted: Fri, 6th Feb 2009, 1:01am

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That was awsome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted: Tue, 21st Apr 2009, 5:17pm

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I thought it was murderous and sickening. It was twenty minutes of people running around and blowing each other's heads off. There was no point, no plot worth anything, and no climax. Just blood and guts. Every character was a killer with no respect for life or anyone except themselves. This was a gratuitous homicide fest.

The moviemaking itself was not that good either. The camerawork was very jerky and difficult to follow. The quality was minimal, and the framerate was very low. While I realize you can only do so much with stopmo, I've seen better.

The effects and the blood were convincing. The muzzle flashes looked like muzzle flashes, and the gore looked like gore.
Posted: Sun, 20th Dec 2009, 6:50pm

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OMG the best lego movie of all time!
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