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Someone Did a Live-Action Remake of ‘Toy Story’: Yes, the Entire Movie

January isn’t even over yet, but this might be the coolest thing you see all year. At the very least, it’s going to be nearly impossible to top.

Someone made a live-action remake of “Toy Story” and posted it on YouTube. And yes, I’m talking THE ENTIRE MOVIE.

They used the actual audio from the film, but the rest was done using toys and real people.

The toys are animated with wires, strings and even stop-motion techniques. And makers apparently went out and bought just about every toy that appears in the original flick. (Not all of them, though.  Little Bo Peep, for instance, is a dressed-up Barbie.)

I really don’t think I’m exaggerating when I say this thing is BRILLIANT.

Check it out:

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