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Maximilian (The Black Hole)
In the vision-sequence at the end of the Black Hole the sadistic robot Maximilian and crazed professor Reinhardt appear to merge as one amongst the Hades like heart of the Black Hole. And now here is that epic scene in LEGO form.
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  July 1, 2013
Brilliance, David. This is one of my all-time favorite flicks and you captured a very memorable moment quite well. That robot used to give me chills as a kid. Do we maybe have a Vincent build in the future?
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  July 1, 2013
I remember this sequence, we could see his master inside too, good work!
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  June 15, 2013
Instantly recognizable, and a real visual treat.
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  June 10, 2013
Great silhouette, from a fantastic classic SF that always seemed too cool for Disney.
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  June 10, 2013
never seen the movie, but this looks good.
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  June 10, 2013
Great work, instantly recognisable (to anyone who has seen the film). The ending always troubled me. Were we actually seeing Maximilian and Reinhart fusing to form one being, or simply the psychic realisation that Reinhart had become so single minded he was essentially no different from the sadistic robot he created? For a "kids" film it is quite dark and I think in hindsight Disney would probably have tackled it differently. They wanted to compete with Star Wars and were heavily influenced by Glen A Larson I felt. Not one of my all time favourite films, but definitely one of the earliest "more mature" films I was allowed to watch.
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  June 10, 2013
I liked V.I.N.C.E.N.T. and B.O.B. the most, has anybody built them yet? They must have.
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  June 10, 2013
My favorite character in the whole movie. I really wanted him to win in the end. Yeah, I always like villains more anyway.
 I made it 
  June 9, 2013
Quoting LegoJediMaster . I remember when I was younger I saw that last scene and for some reason it scared me. Cool that you made it.
I think you were right to be scared. It does appear that fusing with Maximilian is a terrible punishment.
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  June 9, 2013
Quoting Senator Chinchilla . I've never heard of this before, so the first person that came to mind was Maximilian Robespierre. XD Another excellent silhouette.
Interesting reference, got me thinking as to whether or not the film makes use of this possible analogy.
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  June 9, 2013
I've never heard of this before, so the first person that came to mind was Maximilian Robespierre. XD Another excellent silhouette.
 I made it 
  June 9, 2013
Quoting El Barto ! Classic! That was one scary robot!
Sadistic is the word.
 I made it 
  June 9, 2013
Quoting Topsy Creatori (StoveTopCreator!) Nice one once again. The Black Hole.... a movie that was ahead of it's time, just like the first Tron! :)
a somewhat maligned film, but I still hold the torch.
 I like it 
  June 9, 2013
Classic! That was one scary robot!
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  June 9, 2013
Nice one once again. The Black Hole.... a movie that was ahead of it's time, just like the first Tron! :)
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  June 9, 2013
I remember when I was younger I saw that last scene and for some reason it scared me. Cool that you made it.
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  June 9, 2013
Quoting matt rowntree OH, YES! Talk about a blast from the past. Frighteningly easy to recognize. I think I may have to clean the dust off my VHS and watch it tonight. What a classic scene, Disney got philosophical at that point. Check out David Baileys Vincent http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/355660
I still love the end sequence; the film in general is quite deep for Disney.
 I made it 
  June 9, 2013
Quoting David Roberts Another great silhouette. References to this film keep popping up in your work. It obviously had quite an influence on you. I must admit to never having seen it (I was just 7 when it came out) but will have to track it down.
I was only 5 when it came out, but still I was taken to see it. My Dad took me to see Star Wars at the cinema (I was only 3) - he needed an alibi methinks. It is a great film, and quite creepy in places for a Disney venture. Plenty of body horror in a Doctor Who way, a bit of original Star Trek and Forbidden Planet in there too. The model work for the Cygnus was stupendous and I think still holds up well today. Check out this thread for some great photos of it: http://www.therpf.com/f10/black-hole-uss-cygnus-photos-such-44075/.
 I like it 
  June 9, 2013
OH, YES! Talk about a blast from the past. Frighteningly easy to recognize. I think I may have to clean the dust off my VHS and watch it tonight. What a classic scene, Disney got philosophical at that point. Check out David Baileys Vincent http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/355660
 I like it 
  June 9, 2013
Another great silhouette. References to this film keep popping up in your work. It obviously had quite an influence on you. I must admit to never having seen it (I was just 7 when it came out) but will have to track it down.
 I made it 
  June 9, 2013
Quoting Justin Knelsen That looks awesome! Love how it looks with that first picture.
This is the scene I'm re-inventing: http://media.sfx.co.uk/files/2010/03/Black_Hole_montage.jpg
 I like it 
  June 9, 2013
That looks awesome! Love how it looks with that first picture.
 
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