Famous movie scenes recreated with Lego

Will Perkins
Wide ScreenJune 8, 2012

Is there anything Lego can't do? According to one intrepid Reddit user, there's very little the Swedish toy bricks can't convey in some kind of interesting or cool way, especially if you're a movie fan. The aptly named Reddit user ICanLegoThat has a very unusual hobby: Recreating famous movie scenes Lego pieces and figures, and the results are pretty impressive.

From "Inception" to "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid," "Raging Bull," "Ghostbusters," "Pulp Fiction," and everything in between, ICanLegoThat really lives up to his name. Sadly, Lego enthusiasts will never see official versions of most of these figures, but the wonderful thing about the coloured plastic pieces is that anyone can create basically anything with them. You, to,o can have your very own Lego Hannibal Lecter -- you just have to build him yourself.

It's not like there is any shortage of movie-themed Lego, though. Brickheads have already got fully endorsed "Star Wars," "Indiana Jones," "Avengers," and "Lord of the Rings" Lego sets to play with. So what if there's no officially sanctioned "Clockwork Orange" play set? Take a look at some of ICanLegoThat's amazing work below and see the whole collection here.

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