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Because there will never be enough Princess Bride to fill the world, a group of artists have LEGO-fied scenes from the movie. This means we get to see a young Robin Wright turned into a miniature, interlocking-plastic-brick version of herself, which we didn't realize we wanted until now. All in all, it's a chance to get nostalgic about a movie that only the '80s could've dreamed up.
They were created by Brickworld Chicago, which recently toured around Illinois and showed off the painstakingly built LEGOs. We get to see Wesley and Buttercup being so in love. Inigo Montoya seeking sweet, sweet revenge for the death of his father. And, of course, Fred Savage having a book read to him, because if you haven't seen the movie in a solid 20 years, that might be what you remember best.
It's all sure to stir up a lot of "inconceivable" jokes, but that's fine with us. We can't conceivably see anything wrong with that. Click ahead to see each scene. (io9)
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