Kids reenact five Oscar nominated films!
I’m not sure why the Internet is rampant with kids reenacting stuff. Oh, wait. Because it’s adorable! From Kanye’s tweets to Project Runway, these children keep us entertained with their mini (ha) versions of what’s hot in pop culture.
The Oscar nominations were announced Tuesday morning, and it didn’t take long for the kiddos to reenact five of the Best Picture nominees. If you haven’t seen 127 Hours, Black Swan, The Fighter, The King’s Speech, or The Social Network you’ve still got time before Oscar night to catch up. But if you don’t think you’re going to make it through all the films, fear not. These reenactments will suffice. And did I mention they’re adorable?
(Spoiler alert! These shorts give up some important plot points. Don’t say we didn’t warn you!)
127 Hours Thankfully we don’t see the amputation scene, but you’re warned: “This is gonna be gross.” Yes, yes it is.
Black Swan Nina’s good, but can she dance the black swan? She might just go crazy instead.
The Fighter No children were harmed in the making of this clip. And don’t they have some spot on Boston accents?
The King’s Speech Colin Firth = cute. Kid Colin Firth = even cuter. And seashells is a hard word!
The Social Network Featuring “great snappy dialogue,” this might just be “the smartest movie ever.”