Jurassic Park recreated with Lego in epic stop-motion video!

This awesome video of Jurassic Park recreated with Lego was made by a dad-daughter duo and their friends.

Hold on to your bricks! We’re totally geeking out over this remake of Jurassic Park, created with Lego and stop-motion video by Paul Hollingsworth and his daughter Hailee, along with some of their friends.

Whether you’re among the generation of kids that were enthralled with all things dinosaurs thanks to this epic film, you just love Lego or you’re into awesome projects parents and kids make together, this glorious video is going to blow your mind.

All the best moments of Jurassic Park have been recreated in less than four minutes: the baby dino hatching in the lab, Dennis Nedry stealing the vials of dino DNA, Ray Arnold trying to reset the security system, the T-Rex escaping, the velociraptors outflanking Robert Muldoon and so much more. Plus, clever wordplay makes this all the more awesome (think: “Just one drop of your blood contains billions of strands of DNA, the Lego blocks of life” and a subtle nod to Wayne Knight’s Seinfeld character, Newman).

Watch it here now:

How’d they do this? Check out this behind-the-scenes look at the making of Lego Jurassic Park on their YouTube channel, digitalwizardz.

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