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

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

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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