It's a well-known fact on the internet that if you can think of something, it'll look better in Lego. This rule applies to football, stand-up routines and, as you'll see from the clip above, blockbuster movies like Inception - no pun intended.
Now before you click play, know this: it's not actual stop motion Lego we're sharing with you - it's digitised, CGI Lego that you'll recognise from the likes from playing such wonderful games as Lego Batman: The Videogame and Lego Indiana Jones on your gaming consoles.
But the thing is, this wasn't made by a special team of game coders, this was "an academic team project, spanning 12 weeks, representing approx 1000 hours work" from Team Hourglass, the guys who previously brought us a Lego version of The Matrix.
Impressive, right? So impressive, in fact, that it almost makes us feel bad, what with them being so gosh darn talented and all. Best just stick to stop motion funtimes in our bedrooms for the time being then, eh?