I've mentioned in this blog that "The Matrix" is one of my favorite movies (others being "The Mummy", "Tremors", and "Twister"). I also have a fondness for Legos, having helped my children assemble many, many kits. Heck, I had them when I was their age, only the kits weren't as cool.
Imagine my surprise when I stumbled across this (requires Shockwave):
This brilliant piece of stop-action animation was put together by Trevor Boyd and Steve Ilett, who took their own favorite scene from the Matrix and recreated it using Legos, frame by frame. I understand it took them 440 hours. Truly incredible. And I thought I had no spare time.