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Blade Runner in Lego

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In Ridley Scott's cult 1982 thriller Blade Runner, replicants were genetically engineered robots that looked just like us. In this updated LEGO set, it's even harder to tell who's human.

Legohaulic's impressively realised creations help to continue a pretty damn good year for movie-themed LEGO work so far, after the exhaustively detailed Back To The Future II collection we featured last week.

Yes, it probably took him so much time and effort that his family and friends might have temporarily abandoned him but yes, by God, it was worth it.

You can see more of his work here.

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