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03/22/2015 05:56 pm ET | Updated Mar 22, 2015

This Lego Remake Of 'The Matrix' Lobby Scene Changes The Entire Trilogy

The lobby shootout scene in "The Matrix" is one of the most iconic sequences in the Wachowskis' 1999 film. There are endless guns, one-armed handstands and Trinity crawling up walls like a boss. YouTube user Snooperking decided to create a shot-for-shot Lego remake of the entire scene, and the results are nothing short of awesome.

Snooperking, who also did a Lego remake of the "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" trailer last November, said on Reddit that the entire "Matrix" project took about 160 hours total over three months. He also made two behind-the-scenes videos, revealing that one six-second shot took him "over an hour and a half to film and [edit in] Photoshop."

The Lego remake is spot-on, but Snooperking throws in a huge surprise at the end. We'll just say that it changes everything about "The Matrix" franchise (for the better?). Watch Neo and Trinity shoot up the lobby Lego-style above and the original scene below.

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