Lego remakes of iconic Hollywood movie scenes aren't new, but it's always cool to get to watch a new Lego scene every time.

The Wachowski brothers' "The Matrix" is the latest film to get one of its scenes Lego-fied. YouTube user and hobby animator Snooperking has posted his take on the infamous lobby scene where Neo and Trinity take on the guards to rescue Morpheus from the Matrix. Only posted on Sunday, the video has already garnered nearly 400,000 views and more than 3,000 likes.

Snooperking is no stranger to Lego remakes. In November, he posted his Lego version of the "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" trailer, which has since gained more than 4 million views. He also has a slew of shorter Lego videos from films such as "The Lord of the Rings" and "Batman."

His latest creation, however, is a full four minutes and 26 seconds long, the same length as the scene in the original movie. Snooperking put out all the stops to replicate all the details in the movie, from the Lego blocks falling off the columns as they are shot by gunfire and Neo's trench coat flapping in the wind.

"I could never get it to stay down because I had it mounted on his arms so it didn't look so much like a cape, but when you move his arms down, the trench coat just goes up, it was impossible to control," says Snooperking on Reddit, where he shared his video.

Of course, being Lego, the remake does have its own personality. For instance, it would have been creepy if Neo and Trinity had a smile plastered to their faces while they shoot up the entire lobby, but seeing the smile on their Lego faces just makes this version all the better.

Snooperking says it took him a total of 160 hours spread out over a span of three months to create the entire video, although he spent only two hours each day to make sure he was still motivated. Changing up the set every time one of the Lego figures moves is, after all, not an easy task for someone who just made a four-minute video doing exactly just that.

"I could only do like up to two hours a day before I got sick of it and had to play Battlefield," he says. "But the hardest part for me was the motivation after I finished animating. It took two weeks to do the sound, then another week for muzzle flashes."

Snooperking also posted a video of what happens behind the scenes, where he shows us how he created a six-second shot that took him more than an hour and a half to film and edit in Photoshop.

He says he might do a Lego remake of the church scene from Matthew Vaughn's "Kingsman: The Secret Service" in the future. Meanwhile, here is Snooperking's Lego version of "The Matrix."

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