Spiderman 2, Lego Style
July 7, 2004 11:43 AM   Subscribe

Spiderman 2, Lego Style (quicktime)
posted by jcruelty (18 comments total)

 
Very cool. Thanks!
posted by dobbs at 11:50 AM on July 7, 2004


My gosh. That just totally made my day. Must . . . spend . . . .savings on . . . Lego!!!
posted by aladfar at 11:52 AM on July 7, 2004


Holy mackerel, this project must have taken years off of their lives....
posted by Scoo at 11:57 AM on July 7, 2004


That is fucking awesome.
posted by chunking express at 12:01 PM on July 7, 2004


This really is one of the coolest things I've seen on the web recently. Clever, cute, well-scored... it just doesn't get much better.
posted by uncleozzy at 12:03 PM on July 7, 2004


damn!
posted by shoepal at 12:10 PM on July 7, 2004


I haven't seen the movie yet, but I'm told this can be considered mildy spoiler-ish (for those who want to avoid such things.)
posted by Cyrano at 12:19 PM on July 7, 2004


I get the impression it was made by Lego. It doesn't impress me too much that the company that manufactures the toys can throw a bunch of money at some creative types and spew out this kind of marketing dreck. After all, I'm sure you can find many of these at the local toy store. Frankly, I found it boring.
posted by PigAlien at 12:24 PM on July 7, 2004


Very well done, very entertaining.

After all, I'm sure you can find many of these at the local toy store.

What, highly talented stop-motion animators?
posted by GriffX at 12:41 PM on July 7, 2004


I get the impression it was made by Lego.

Was it the big Lego logo at the beginning that tipped you off? So you're saying it would had been better if it hadn't cost any money to make? Or if the people involved weren't "creative types?"
posted by eyeballkid at 12:43 PM on July 7, 2004


It doesn't impress me too much

I think you may have missed the J. Jonah Jameson Lego man wah-wah-wahing.
posted by uncleozzy at 12:44 PM on July 7, 2004


So, I don't need to see the film now? Neat.
posted by Dick Paris at 12:58 PM on July 7, 2004


I liked the train conductor's unflappability in the face of danger.
posted by WolfDaddy at 1:03 PM on July 7, 2004


It's probably obvious, but these are the same guys that did the 2001 lego animation, as well as the lego Camelot scene from the Holy Grail.

I thought it was great - so what if it's viral marketing?

If this somehow means that Spite Your Face sold out, then more power to them I say.
posted by O9scar at 1:53 PM on July 7, 2004


The first thing I said, after I said "COOL!", was "hey, that's not how the movie goes...." Don't worry, it's not too spoiler-ish.
posted by tomplus2 at 5:50 PM on July 7, 2004


Very cool movie. I finally got around to seeing the first Spiderman over the weekend. Suspension of disbelief worked during the film, but for the Lego version, I was left wondering: what would Spiderman do in the desert or on the plains without tall surroundings to "web" off of?
posted by Frank Grimes at 8:05 PM on July 7, 2004


I guess if this had been done in some fan-boys basement with a camcorder and a Mac it would have been better. Still, amazing to watch.
posted by scalz at 11:50 AM on July 8, 2004


LEGO: No imagination required
posted by piskycritter at 2:58 PM on July 8, 2004


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