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Live-action remake of Toy Story hits YouTube

This amazingly accurate and detailed shot-for-shot tribute will blow your fragile Monday-morning minds

Filmakers Jonason Pauley and Jesse Perrotta have spent the last few years painstakingly recreating the original Toy Story using real toy puppetry, actors, stop-motion animation and the original’s voice acting and soundtrack.

The result is a charming and incredibly accurate shot-for-shot full-length remake which you can watch in its entirety on YouTube. The movie even managed to charm the folks at Pixar, who allowed free copies of the DVD to be handed out outside their offices.

With mind-blowing recreations of the removal van and backyard scenes to name a few highlights, fans will definitely want to check it out. Get that popcorn ready…

[via Reddit]

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