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15-Year-Old Recreates Famous Movie Scenes in Stop-Motion LEGO Animation [VIDEO]

I’m guessing you stopped playing with LEGOs before you hit your teens. Well, you might dig them out of the closet (or your kid’s closet, depending on your age) after seeing what 15-year-old Scottish filmmaker Morgan Spence has created.

For his film, “Brick Flick,” Spence spent three weeks and used hundreds of LEGOs to recreate famous movie scenes in one incredible stop-motion animation. The video involves scenes from 60 movies including Dirty Dancing, Titanic, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Wizard of Oz, and Dracula. Although each scene is just seconds long, it took between 15 minutes and two hours to create and film. Spence has a great deal of talent, and incredible patience, to have pulled off a tedious, albeit entertaining, project like this.

Yeah, so don’t be shy. Head for the closet.
 
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The Sound of Music

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Life of Pi

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Breakfast at Tiffany’s

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E.T.

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Titanic

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Dr. No

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Singing in the Rain

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Wayne’s World

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Pulp Fiction

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The Wizard of Oz

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Laurel and Hardy

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The Shining

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Dirty Dancing

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Dracula

   
 
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