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LEGO Prince of Persia short tells the tale of the Prince


8:00 AM on 05.30.2010



As you may have already noticed I didn't think much of the Prince of Persia movie. This was mostly because it was trite, had a piss poor plot, crap action and was full of poor directing. This doesn't mean, however, that my love for all things Prince of Persia has dwindled, and so, despite my antipathy for the new film, the Prince of Persia LEGOs get me excited.

The video above pretty much sums up the film's plot, with a few key differences and everything in LEGOs. It kind of makes me want a LEGO Prince of Persia game as well. However, if I had the PoP LEGO sets the best part would be the fact that I can take the underwhelming story of the film and turn it into my own adventure in which the Prince dies and Gemma Arterton comes over and we get it on. Best. Movie. Ever.






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