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Worst Case Scenario II

Posted: Fri, 11th Jul 2003, 10:15am

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Description : You asked for more! We give you more! Bob Page and Spikecofilms are proud to present Worst Case Scenario 2. Bob Page will do anything to get Boss out of jail.
Go watch WCS1 if you didn't already! http://fxhome.com/cinema/info_cache/movieinfo496.html
Hope you enjoy it as much as we did making it!

P.S You need the latest DIVX codec --->go download it www.divx.com
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Posted: Fri, 11th Jul 2003, 11:07am

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If any of you wants the good quality version (640X480 DIVX 8000kbps)
just send 4$ US to page@brickmadness.com on paypal and I will send you the cd

Here's what the cd include :
-WCS2 high quality
-WCS2 high quality + commentary of Bob Page
-WCS1
-The trailer of WCS2 High quality
- a cool cover!

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Posted: Fri, 11th Jul 2003, 11:30am

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That was good stuff. Very, very funny and evidently a ton of hard work put into it. Classy. The use of The Test was inspired. smile
Posted: Fri, 11th Jul 2003, 11:34am

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That was great. I liked the Matrix bit (bodies all on top).

I've been looking forward to this as you know, I loved the original and its cheered me up for the rest of the day. Ah.. the power of lego!

Loads of effort, loads of work and this is what you get. Cheers guys!

As a lego film goes, this is excellent, especially as it remains great like the original. 5/5

Why? Because I loved it.
Posted: Sat, 12th Jul 2003, 12:06am

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Awesome movie. My favorite part was the TEST recreation! Very very cool!
Posted: Sat, 12th Jul 2003, 12:47am

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Thank you everyone!
Posted: Sat, 12th Jul 2003, 2:13am

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wow its in second place! Thanks for your votes everyone! This is really cool!
Posted: Sat, 12th Jul 2003, 9:19am

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that was excellent, 5 from me. I was just wondering tho, on otto's gun shots, what smoke did you use, it looked really good!

mighty_joe2001
Posted: Sat, 12th Jul 2003, 3:52pm

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That was one of the best lego movies I have ever seen. It improved over the original in almost every way. The humor was good, the effects were good, the editing was good,- you even improved the video quality by a huge margin. It looked correctly white balanced as opposed to the first one which had that redish tint to it. I loved it and laughed out loud several times. I still can't fathom all of the work that has to go into doing a stop motion animation film like this but one thing is for certain: you have WAY more patience than I do. Excellent work.
Posted: Sat, 12th Jul 2003, 5:30pm

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You used an In Flames song! Good job!

Here's one thing I'm confused on: Are those two guys at the end gay or something? Because one of them runs out and then the guy picks him up and spins him around. Meh, whatever -

The helmet visors getting shot up was done well.

I guess the biggest problem with the movie is the choppy animation, but when you're working with legos you really can't help it -

4/6
Posted: Sat, 12th Jul 2003, 10:29pm

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That was freakin Hilarious, ha, 5
Posted: Sat, 12th Jul 2003, 11:37pm

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best alam movie ever,

my new number #1,

but one thing: why did otto have to die? frown
noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!

any way, vary funny 5/5
Posted: Sun, 13th Jul 2003, 2:52am

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why did you have to use divx! I wanna see!
Posted: Sun, 13th Jul 2003, 4:17am

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If you use the internet, you can download Divx!

Or use the internet to download the VLC - it plays almost ANY .avi file - http://www.videolan.org/
Posted: Sun, 13th Jul 2003, 7:37am

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yea, why DID otto have to die... sux... but i guess every1 hasta take 1 for the team sooner or later.
Posted: Sun, 13th Jul 2003, 6:30pm

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mighty_joe2001 wrote:

on otto's gun shots, what smoke did you use, it looked really good!
I used the Breath Vapor Plugin

Mechaforce wrote:

Are those two guys at the end gay or something?
It was his father wink

aaron 99 wrote:

best alam movie ever
Thanks! That's exactly the comment I was waiting for biggrin


MATT PUGH wrote:

I wanna see
www.divx.com/divx

Enjoy!
Posted: Sun, 13th Jul 2003, 8:36pm

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Nice effect when Otto dies smile
Posted: Sun, 13th Jul 2003, 10:02pm

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i after the 10th time watching it i just noticed a flaw

kind of

the cereal number on bob page in the first movie(23768)
is the same as the one boss has on in the second one wink

but like i said great movie
Posted: Sun, 13th Jul 2003, 10:46pm

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Good one! lol There is a lot of flaw in the second one but I never thought about this one oink
Posted: Thu, 17th Jul 2003, 3:28am

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A ton of work in this one, and it shows. Nothing but spit and polish here, great stuff. The best film on ALAMDV at the moment and should be pretty hard to top. Bob, you deserve 10 stars for the effort that you put into this one. A great well rounded flick.
Posted: Thu, 17th Jul 2003, 9:22am

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Very cool movie! I really liked the way you copied that part from the test, part 2. It was awsome! Entire movie is cool!
Posted: Mon, 21st Jul 2003, 4:38pm

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Damn it! I really didn't want to like this movie. Just for the fact that I knew legos were beating my film in the top ten. but I have to give credit where it's due. This was a fun film to watch and I respect the work put into it. Just work the the voices a little bit to make them a little more clear and it would be perfect.

4 stars from me



PEACE OUT
Posted: Wed, 23rd Jul 2003, 4:03am

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I have dial up internet. I can't watch your movie. But If I could, I'm sure it would be fun just by reading the comments from the others. Well I am going to go now. sleep
Posted: Wed, 23rd Jul 2003, 11:39am

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WHY DID I EVEN BOTHER.........


Why is this on alamdv,

it's clearly a proffesional production with money spent on it, No one has that much lego at home. wink

Great jokes, great music, great
top 5 from me.
Posted: Wed, 23rd Jul 2003, 12:56pm

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my friends and i have LOTS of lego at home. I used to be making Lego films but my camera software broke. But I'm sure i would have enough lego to make that film. Or my friends have enough lego to make it.
Posted: Wed, 23rd Jul 2003, 4:05pm

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even all the prison doors? or all the police men? smile

Thanks for all your comments!
Bob Page
Posted: Thu, 24th Jul 2003, 5:12pm

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well, okay... maybe not prison doors... but i could make some wink or use a friends... (just because i have the lego dosen't mean i have the brains to make a film like that)
Posted: Mon, 28th Jul 2003, 11:25pm

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Booohoooooo.... I am so sorry I didn't watch this earlier... I noted a big "watch this film" on my forehead, but I kinda didn't see it and noone told me it's there so it got forgotten and... uh... hmmm crazy


This film really rules. I can imagine the work you put into this film and I think it was more than worth it. The jokes are great, the animation is very smooth, the angles are fantastic and the FX more than cool. This definately is one of the best Films I've seen on here!

My congratulations to you for making this!!!



(heh, and "the Test" cameo was hilarious) wink
Posted: Tue, 29th Jul 2003, 12:17am

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Hey Sollthar, thanks for commenting and voting on my film biggrin cool
Posted: Tue, 29th Jul 2003, 2:29pm

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very very good and funny film. You got those "THis is the Lpcd!" and "Stop, this is the police" from grand theft auto 3 but thats cool. A 5 from me.
Posted: Wed, 30th Jul 2003, 1:36pm

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Once again you've all said it for me.......Bob Page is without doubt number one "Brick" movie maker.I never thought i could feel feel emotion about a lump of plastic but "Bob" has changed all that......A remarkable piece of animation,story telling,camera work and humour.
Well done Bob.
I'm sorry to have taken so long to comment but had probs getting on site.

A 5 from me.

O'l Dav
Posted: Fri, 8th Aug 2003, 1:05am

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maybe you guys who like this film should check out
http://www.brickfilms.com
there are heaps more brickfilms there, me and bob page
and spike co. are a member there.
IndyA
Posted: Mon, 11th Aug 2003, 10:10pm

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yea... theres lots of great films there and its been recently redesigned so it looks awesome! i suggest looking at films by a guy named Jay Silver. He spends alot more time then me and Bob Page do wink
Posted: Fri, 5th Sep 2003, 3:29am

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Great, great, and great even more...
That movies was awsome!
Posted: Tue, 9th Sep 2003, 2:32am

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Got to hand it to you. You got a five from me just because it was obvious you put a lot of work into it. It was hard to tell at the resolution that it is at, but it seems like depth of field was used a lot to very good effect. The voices were a wee bit muffled in some parts, but other than that, well done. 5 from me.
Posted: Sat, 18th Oct 2003, 1:16pm

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I want Worst Case Scenario III! And I want Otto back!

Really nice work by the way, me and my friends enjoyed it (and the first movie as well) very much.