Parents Recreate Famous Movies With Cardboard Boxes And A Photogenic Baby.

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Breaking Bad

Some people think that settling down with a family is boring. Life is only boring if you let it become boring.

Take Leon Mackie and Lilly Lang, for example. They are a couple who are anything but boring. Because they recently moved to Sydney, Australia, they have a lot of leftover cardboard boxes. Instead of throwing them away like anyone else would, they decided to fulfill some creative projects with them. And so "Cardboard Box Office" was born — a huge project where the two and their 2-year-old son recreate famous movie and tv show scenes using cardboard boxes.

They've already re-enacted several classics such as E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Indiana Jones, Forrest Gump, and many more!


Heard you were asking around for some good stuff, well look no further. You're not going to get better quality from anywhere else.

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King Kong

There's something wrong with this picture. Isn't there supposed to be a gorilla on the buildings, not a bear?

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The Godfather

"You come to me and you ask for a favor." I can already hear the words coming out of his mouth in an Italian accent.

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Forrest Gump

"My momma always said that life is like a box of chocolates." But wait a minute, how did he even get himself onto that bench?

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Pirates of the Caribbean

There appears to be two different ships here but the tides are looking dangerous. Just which ship will survive?!

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Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

All that's missing from this scene is the big boulder rock in the background.

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The Revenant

Oh no, watch out for that bear behind you! Actually, there's a 99% chance you'll survive from an attack from this one.

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Game of Thrones

The new Prince Joffrey! Hopefully this prince doesn't die from poison as well.

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The Lion King

Ahhhhhh-sarenyaaaaaa-ataleaseahkabah... I'm sure you know where I was going with that.

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Not sure how much I trust this young of a pilot. Does he even have his flying license?

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The Addams Family

If only they had a pet dog, the dog would have made the perfect Cousin It!

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Batman

Oddly, Batman looks smaller than his sidekick Robin for once. But don't be fooled, this Batman is not one to mess with.

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The Shawshank Redemption

Looks like things just got super serious here. Will the baby prisoner escape? Who knows.

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The Martian

Now that is one mean looking automobile! Kudos to the creator and designer of this masterpiece!

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Mad Max

Aside from that teddy bear driver on the bottom left, this is a pretty badass looking crew.

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Beetlejuice

"Beetlejuice, beetlejuice, beetle-" "Shhhh! Don't you say another word! Oh no, it's too late!"

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Goldfinger

Oh no, if you don't start speaking, you're going to start feeling a lot of pain in the last body part you want to feel it!

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E.T. The Extra Terrestrial

But this E.T. looks less scary and weird and more cute and cuddly. What kind of alien is this?

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Lord of the Rings

One ring to rule them all...

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Home Alone

Don't judge a book by its cover. This baby doesn't look tough but it looks like he's already prepared for the oncoming robbers.

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Star Wars: A New Hope

Use the force, Luke! Although it appears he can barely pick up that light saber!

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The Matrix

Thank goodness he took the red pill. Also, big props to the cardboard city off to the side. It's all about the details!

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The Grand Budapest Hotel

As always, it looks like the little kid is the boss around here. That little mustache is the perfect touch!

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Alien

Not sure if the red yarn is supposed to represent veins or blood. Whatever it is, the spectators in the back sure look disgusted.

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Batman: The Dark Knight

In the day time, he's Bruce Wayne. At night in the shadows, however, he's a whole different man.

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