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Animated Minifigures Act Out Your Favourite Movies

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Some films have such iconic characters that you can instantly tell who they are: even when they're represented solely by an miniature egg-shaped cartoon.

'Cinematics' is a timeline of classic movies and characters created by Pier Paolo, with music by Marcelo Baldin featuring a mix of movie themes to accompany the animation.

Check out the complete project at Pier's Behance page and see how many films you can spot in there.

(Images: Pier Paolo)

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