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The Matrix Lobby Scene In LEGO

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Thanks to the inadvisable and, let’s face it, laughably rubbish sequels, it’s easy to forget just what a good film The Matrix was. On its release the effects were fresh, the idea wasn’t hackneyed beyond all reason and it was simply very cool.

One of the very coolest bits was that lobby scene where Neo and Trinity storm a government building by doing cartwheels around the lobby. Now, to remind us just how good it all was, Snooperking has painstakingly recreated it through the ever versatile medium of LEGO.

Watch out for an alternative ending.

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