At one time in America, parents would round up the kids–tap the teenager blasting Third Eye Blind on her Walkman, make the boys stop beating each other with Sock’em Boppers–and jump in the SUV that gets 15 miles to the gallon, headed to the movie theater. Jurassic Park was playing, and they caught it on the big screen. That time was the 90s: a simpler time, when parents’ primary concern was whether Lisa should go to that Blink-182 concert.
Times have changed, but Jurassic Park remains a staple of childhood. So, too, do Legos. This father-daughter team combined the two to create a stop-motion version of the film featuring the plastic building blocks.
You might be wondering just how many Legos it took. The answer, according to the YouTube description, is $100,000 worth. Let’s hope they didn’t tap into the college fund.