Apr 052015
Reasons The Matrix And The Lego Movie Are The Same Movie

The Lego Movie was one of the biggest films of 2014. The stories, the characters, it was all just so original and captivating. Or at least it seems that way. But the movie nerds of Cinema Sins noticed that parts of the movie seemed familiar. 

After some hard work, they put together this list of reasons The Matrix is the same as The Lego Movie. 


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Mar 232015
Jurassic Park Recreated In Glorious Lego

It’s one thing to make a short stop motion animation using Lego. It’s another to spend nearly $100,000 on your short film! Lego short film producer Digital Wizardz and his friends spent all that cash to make one truly epic Jurassic Park short film, all using those famous plastic colorful bricks. The results are impressive. This short film has amassed over half a million views!


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Mar 222015
Lobby Scene From The Matrix Recreated With Lego

Today, it’s easy for anyone with a little bit of patience and practice to make their own stop motion short films using Lego. Snooperking has been honing his stop motion skills for sometime now and now his hard work has paid off. He has finally gone viral over the weekend with his Lego recreation of the famous lobby action scene from The Matrix. His video has already amassed over a quarter million views!


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Feb 032015
Honest Trailer Of The LEGO Movie

The LEGO Movie was unexpectedly one of the best films in 2014. Even though The Academy snubbed the film, kids and nostalgic adults alike couldn’t help but enjoy the CGI, stop-motion movie based around everyone’s favorite plastic building toy. 

The movie buffs at Screen Junkies teamed up with Epic Rap Battles of History to make this Honest Trailer for The Lego Movie extra special and hilarious. 


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Feb 142014
Lego Movie Blooper Reel

The Lego Movie has turned out to be a huge hit with kids and adults alike. As it has become custom for computer animated films these days, the studios made sure to make a scripted blooper reel that is just as funny as the film itself. 

The blooper clip has already been featured on Gawker, Slate, and UpRoxx


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