YouTube is the place of dreams.
You can watch pretty much anything. Sport highlights, film trailers, spoof videos, and now, a LEGO version of Jurassic World – in only 90 seconds.
So even if you’re a fan of the series but haven’t been to the cinema yet, or just don’t have an attention span long enough to sit through it, you’re no longer missing out on the film that has broken box office records.
The ‘film’ was made by YouTube channel Brotherhood Workshop, and is as good as you might imagine.
In fact, so skilled are the Brotherhood, that they even managed to get a reference to star man Chris Pratt’s film, Guardians of the Galaxy in there as well.
The Brotherhood have also made YouTube versions of Scooby Doo, The Avengers: Age Of Ultron, The Hobbit, and Star Wars, and are now planning on world domination after seeing their Jurassic World clip get 120,000 views in only a couple of days.
If you’re fans of their work, you can contribute to their crowdfunding efforts on Patreon, which will allow them to ‘invest more time and energy in the YouTube channel’.