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Someone has made a Lego version of Inception. Yes, it's still confusing

Plus, other impressive recreations of famous movie scenes using the toy bricks.

IT TOOK AN academic team in Stoke-on-Trent 1,000 hours (spanning a 12-week-period) to complete this Lego-ised version of Christopher Nolan’s dream invasion movie Inception.

The computer-generated imagery doesn’t make the film any less confusing though.

The design and visual effects students also produced the lesser known 2006 film 300 and (Lego) Men in Black:

A hat tip to Rick O’Shea for that one but it also reminded us of other photographic recreations that have been floating about the Internet for the past couple of years.

Alex Eylar, a young film intern, artist and Lego genius in California updates his Flickr account regularly with his latest Pop Culture toy models. Here’s a taster:

Someone has made a Lego version of Inception. Yes, it's still confusing
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