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Legolibrium 2
Legolibrium2
Making an entrance all guns blazing
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Released February 17, 2009
Genre
Action
Running time
1:27
Language None

Legolibrium 2 is a 2009 action brickfilm by Keshen Matus. It is inspired by the 2002 action film Equilibrium and it follows a fight scene between the protagonist and multiple opponents.[1] It was created in 4 days to test techniques, and it is Keshen's first film to include masking.[2] It is the sequel to Legolibrium from 2008.

Plot Edit

The main character from the last video stands in a hallway with another man and two figures in all black with guns. He looks at the other man, and then begins running toward a door at the end of the hallway. Taking out two guns, he flip-kicks the door down, and finds himself surrounded by a group of men with guns.

He immediately opens fire on the men, killing several of them. He then tries to kill the remaining enemies, but finds that his guns out of ammo. He drops them, and kicks the broken door across the floor, knocking down another man. Two more attackers emerge from behind two pillars in the room, and he begins fighting both at once, managing to kill one of them with the other man's gun. The others begin firing at him again, and he uses the other man as a human shield. When the man is shot to death, he takes cover behind one of the pillars, and manages to shoot another man before his gun runs out of ammo. He spies another gun on the floor, and runs to pick it up, but one of the remaining three men throws a knife at him, and he dodges, letting it spin past him and impale the man behind him. The man takes out another knife, but the main character grabs the gun on the floor and shoots the man dead.

The last attacker, armored, moves to shoot him, but he shoots the guns out of the man's hands. He then runs over and throws the man on the ground holding him at gunpoint. He removes the man's mask, only to find that is the smiley-faced man he had previously killed in the last video. He shoots the man in the head, killing him, this time for good.

Award nominations Edit

Legolibrium 2 was nominated for four awards in the 2009 BiMAs.[3]

Year Competition Category Result
2009 Bricks in Motion Awards Best Animation Nominated
Best Cinematography Nominated
Best Sound Design Nominated
Best Visual Effects Nominated

References Edit

  1. Legolibrium 2 on YouTube
  2. Legolibrium 2 release thread
  3. 2009 BiMA nominees