These amazing movie scenes were brought to life by Lego – but can you guess the blockbusters?
It’s the movies – in bricks! After we reported last week how an Only Fools fan remade scenes from the show in Lego, now Renfrew’s Morgan Spence has done the same for the movies.
Take the Grant Rollings quiz to see how many you can guess. The answers are below.
An Only Fools fan remade scenes from the series in Lego Credit: Morgan Spence
13 A: PLASTIC SWAYZE. . . A piece of Lego holds the baby in a 1987 tale of a woman who falls in love with her dance teacher Credit: Morgan Spence
13 B: BRICK-FAST TIME. . . Audrey Hepburn dines in style in this 1961 romantic comedy with George Peppard Credit: Morgan Spence
13 C: DON’T LEGO ME. . . Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet Really Clicked in This 1997 Boating Disaster Movie Credit: Morgan Spence
13 D: FOLLOW THE YELLOW BRICK ROAD (TOY). . . which classic 1939 Hollywood musical features a cowardly lion? Credit: Morgan Spence
13 E: WHAT FEET. . . Uma Thurman’s barefoot dance with her 1994 movie partner John Travolta is recreated Credit: Morgan Spence
13 F: A KU-BRICK CLASSIC. . . but the disturbingly violent 1971 film was later pulled by the director himself
13 G: CAN YOU MINI-FIGURE IT? . . . Leo DiCaprio’s 2010 sci-fi film left many fans perplexed
13 H: SALES LICENSE. . . Lego had the rights to produce toys featuring this world famous fictional British spy
13 I: TOUGH ISSUES . . . The 1999 Oscar-winning black comedy was far from a rosy portrayal of American family life
13 J: TWIST IN THE STORY. . . possessed girl might turn her head in 1973 horror – just like her mini-figure here
13 K: TWIN FOR A BAD SURPRISE. . . at the snowy hotel of hell in this 1980 Jack Nicholson horror film
13 L: IT’S CURTAINS. . . you might take a wild swipe at Alfred Hitchcock’s 1960 horror thriller this one might be
A: Dirty Dancing. B: Breakfast at Tiffany’s. C: Titanic. D: The Wizard of Oz. E: Pulp Fiction. F: A Clockwork Orange. G: Creation. H: Any James Bond movie. I: American beauty. J: The Exorcist. K: The Brilliant. L: Psycho.