Everyone’s Favorite Star Wars Movie Gets Retold With Slick LEGO Animations

The Brotherhood Workshop is one of the premiere collectives of all-star LEGO animators and stop-motion gurus, so it’s no surprise that the How It Should Have Ended YouTube channel enlisted their talents for a The Last Jedi LEGO parody. The workshop cooked up a cheeky video that retells the main events of Star Wars: The Last Jedi using stop-motion LEGO animations, and it’s pretty fantastic.

It only covers the main plot points, so the short lasts just 2-minutes. Plus, if you’ve watched other Brotherhood Workshop LEGO videos you know there will be plenty of humor and Easter eggs present. There may also be some Jar Jar action woven in, so head on up above to check out the latest LEGO creation from the Brotherhood Workshop. Do it even if you hated the movie, you won’t be disappointed in what you see, and if you are then you’re a true grump.


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