The Building of the Lego Millennium Falcon

Submitted by: fancylad 9 years ago Entertainment
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It"s the LEGO Ultimate Collector"s Series Star Wars Millennium Falcon--that"s 5,195 blocks in 25 hours. Time-lapse FTW!
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Male 41
"To the guy who posted this footage. Thanks bud!!! I cant afford this Falcon but it was great to see how it gets put together, and in time lapsed footage with added music. Thanks again and to all the yankie doodle jealous freaks out there that have nothing better to do with their time but post smart arse comments, --up yours with a wire brush + get a life ya freaks !!" were not the ones fantazizing about a lego set studying a video of it getting built. B-|

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Male 2
To the guy who posted this footage. Thanks bud!!! I cant afford this Falcon but it was great to see how it gets put together, and in time lapsed footage with added music. Thanks again and to all the yankie doodle jealous freaks out there that have nothing better to do with their time but post smart arse comments, --up yours with a wire brush + get a life ya freaks !!
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Female 245
I like Legos, but I thought it would be something a bit more impressive. ...If I bought the Lego set, I could make a similar video...
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Male 418
Did this make anyonre else feel like watching the full star wars series?
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Male 516
Maybe I don`t see the big deal here. I used to do these kinds of things (and I`m sure I`m not alone). Hell, for nearly 13 years, all I got for Christmas and my birthdays was LEGO sets.
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Male 128
sorry, why am i impressed that he can follow a simple kit?
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Female 427
Whew. I`m tired just watching it... but just mostly because of bordom, really.
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Male 36
Be funny if at the end of all that his kid came up and smashed it on the ground.
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Male 66
Sorry, $500, not $300.
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Male 66
I love Star Wars, and I love Legos, but damn. $300 for a toy you`ll put together, then sit on a shelf.

BTW, John Williams has said numerous times in interviews that Holst is one of his influences. Naturally, you`ll incorporate some of your influence into your own work. He just happens to have used a lot. :)

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Male 986
whereRwe, maybe because the kid has to sleep and eat and have fun with friends, unlike daddy?
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Male 2,703
i have to agree with dangerryan on most parts...

john williams is different than gustav holst in the sole reason that john williams uses too much trumpet. some of his lesser known stuff STILL uses too much trumpet. the only people who like john williams stuff that i know are A) star wars geeks, or B) jazz players (mainly trumpets and trombone players).

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Male 2,703
went to the lego site to look at the price, its $499, then it had a link to other products, including: http://shop.lego.com/Product/?p=10143

its the death star II, you know, the half completed one that got blown up in episode 6, but what i couldnt find was death star I...why would i want part of a thing....i can make the death star II out of the death star I, but i cant make the first death star if you dotn give me all the pieces...

also, i liked the lego sets where you could make 3 or 4 different things with the lego`s, whats the point of a lego set if once you put it together it just becomes a normal toy, why pay extra to put together the toy the manufacturer was too lazy to do himself? now the ones that could be made into 3 or 4 different things allowed some imagination..


sorry for the rambling, A.D.D. is a bitch.

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Male 3,301
Im going to buy a bigassed lego set in the next week and do this. I grew up playing with legos. There was nothing better in the world than recreating the scene in your favorite cartoon show episode or something.

Bionicles FTW!

Tho I will say the video could have been a LOT shorter.

BTW just about every damn combat vehicle in Star Wars, though fun to look at, is realistically unsound. Armored Troop Transports with legs? Phhtt...

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Female 2,196
that was boring
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Female 33
I have a craving for lego.
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Male 308
Oh, it`s an MTT (Multi Troop Transport).
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Male 308
I must have that...and the AT-AT. I love those things. I`m working on the Imperial Troop Transport (or whatever the big brown thing that carries all the robots is. I can`t remember). Yes, I love Lego Star Wars, but I`m not a major Star Wars geek who freaks about anyting Star Wars.
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Male 44
...i really want to build that now...lol
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Male 1
i think Half -way through you can see him smack his kid for doing it wrong haha
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Female 156
mmm..Lego. That would be so fun to make.
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Male 292
that little kid in the video must`ve been a nephew `cuz this loser isn`t getting any... ever.
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Male 98
Wow, this may sound pretty dorky, but I after watching this, I really want to build that. Maybe I`ll start with this:
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Female 26
That was effing crazy.
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Male 686
I love lego always have but that would relly test my patience
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Male 177
I thought the kid was a midget the first time I saw him.
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Male 1,053
Hmm it had its ups and downs
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Male 411
I used to love this stuff when I was a kid...*nostalgic sigh*
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Female 60
that poor little boy has no choice but to grow up and be a freak like his dad
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Male 549
thats nuts.
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Male 946
get the child away from it!
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Male 437
awwww the kid brings back memories of myself.

i sed to spend hours with my dad building random lego things :)

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Male 822
*dad looks at completed falcon*

"good job son! we built it!"

*kid picks up a single lego on the ground*

"daddy what`s this???"

"don`t worry about that son"

*dad picks up falcon and it all falls apart*

kid goes "do we worry about it now????"

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Male 2,199
i would have laughed so hard if his kid came in and accidently knocked it over when it was almost done and it shattered to pieces, then for the next 5 time lapsed minutes its just the dad weeping over the broken falcon...
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Female 1,306
my friend`s brother made that once. its in their basement all dusty and crap. you have no idea how bad i want to throw it against a wall just to see the explosion of legos...
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Male 1,036
679$!! This guys kid is definitely not going to college.
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Male 1,152
wow i just watched 5 1/2 minutes of him putting it together to get a 0.5 second glimps at the finished product. LAME
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Female 3,001
well that was a waiste of like
over five minutes of my time
yey i love lego
but do i want to watch other people make lego things for 5 minutes?
no.
did i just do that anyway?
yes.
do i feel like i need to go buy some lego?
yes.
but dont worry i wont film myself doing it and post it on the tinternet :)
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Male 21
yeah, um, John Williams? you there? well Holst called, HE WANT`S HIS MUSIC BACK. If your wondering what i`m talking about go listen to "The Planets" sounds the exact same.
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Female 257
Whoa! Imagine how hard it must have been for the designers to design that and make the guidebook and everything
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Male 6
I liked how it started as a father son project. And after the first 3 seconds Dad just took over. My vote for Father of the year!!
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Male 10,440
I liked it. Despite the monotony, job well done.
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Male 4,004
And I forgot to say what I wanted to say because I have Attention Defic...anyways

Anyone else here ever play with legos for too long and get the tips of their fingers all sore from pushing too many bircks together? Imagine that guy`s fingers...In 25 hours eh....and he didn`t change clothes until the end, when it was almost finished, and he came back pantless... Odd.

He probably came after seeing it was almost done, heck if I am going to pay 700$ for Legos, it better bring me sexual satisfaction

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Male 4,004
they need to put all the man-hours they put into LEGO Star Wars, and concentrate it on Lego Transformers...That would be sweet. I mean, they have Lego Star Wars, they have Star Wars Transformers....Lego Transformers is just next in line...
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Male 305
Thank you GIAG. I couldn`t agree more.
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Male 410
I don`t care that he spent 25 hours making this worthless junk, but why on earth did he have to breed as well!?
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Male 11
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Male 86
holy crap I just checked the price of that thing...
...almost 700$!!!
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Female 227
i can`t believe i just watched a time-lapse space-battleship being built... i am so so bored!!
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Female 202
That looks FREAKING AWESOME. Legos + Star Wars = Love.
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Male 1,623
"Do they have ready made ones?"

Why the hell do you want a ready made one?
The reason people buy LEGOs is to build with them.

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Male 213
Well I was going to pay my cell phone bill...
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Male 320
Do they have ready made ones?
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Male 99
Wow, that was seriously boring.
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Male 2,113
meh.....
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Male 4,246
Holy Smokes, I`m panting like a dog, and seconds away from drooling all over my keyboard.
Do. Want. NOW.
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Female 1,572
cool I guess timelapse always a plus too
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Male 203
and now the real fun... taking a baseball bat to it
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Female 347
cool
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Male 2,616
This brings back memories of my first job I got just to pay for a $35 Lego robot. Robots are neat.
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Male 741
If it can`t actually fly or shoot lasers it isn`t worth it.
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Male 19,854
Link: The Building of the Lego Millennium Falcon [Rate Link] - It`s the LEGO Ultimate Collector`s Series Star Wars Millennium Falcon--that`s 5,195 blocks in 25 hours. Time-lapse FTW!
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