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2015's movies recapped spectacularly in LEGO

Well that's an interesting take on a blockbuster.

Sorry.

The brick-obsessed minds of Toscano Bricks have raided LEGO buckets across the nation to build a superb recap of 2015's year at the movies.

Avengers to Spectre, Kingsman to Jurassic World - the biggest film events have been faithfully miniaturised in finger-numbing stop motion animation for your pleasure. The accuracy with which some performances are captured is truly astonishing (we're looking squarely at you, Vin Diesel).

We hear the team has already got started on 2016's build: if you've got any grey, exploding bricks, send them over- they're running low for the Batman vs Superman sequences.

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