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Look At This Baby Recreating Scenes From Classic Films, Look At Him!

And Now For Something Completely Different

 

Oh babies, puppies and kittens. Why must you be so adorable when embarrassing photos are taken of you? At least the animals won’t ever grow up to resent you for it (they do that silently). But thanks to your moms and dads we have some delightful imagery to entertain us. Take a gander as six-month-old Arthur Hammond as his mom helps him recreate some icon movie images from the history of cinema. Above of course is his homage to The Blair Witch Project, hit the jump  for five more. 

Here’s Arthur as Andy Dufresne hanging out in his cell from The Shawshank Redeption.

And here he is as a she from American Beauty.

Here’s Arthur becoming one with nature as Rambo from First Blood.

Twelve Angry Men or One Angry Baby and His Stuffed Animals?

And last but not least, Arthur birthing an Alien.

Arthur’s mom, Emily Cleaver, started the blog Arthur Recreates Scenes From Classic Movies and loves talking about him on her Twitter. “Arthur enjoys all the attention when he is doing the scenes and likes it when I take his photo,” she said adding that she has a lot more films planned to recreate. “I am planning an album for him to look at when he’s older. I don’t know whether he will think they are cool or be embarrassed.” I think I know which.

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