Harry Bossert, from Walton in Surrey, dipped back into the archives of cinema to create what he calls a 'brickfilm' featuring LEGO versions of ten iconic scenes.
The YouTube video features the most popular movie scene ever as voted by film fans, in which E.T. makes a bicycle fly through the air in Stephen Spelberg's acclaimed E.T. The Extra Terrestrial.
It also has LEGO recreations of the second most popular moment, Marilyn Monroe standing above a subway vent in The Seven Year Itch, and the third, Gene Kelly singing and dancing in the rain in 1952's Singing in the Rain.
Other famous scenes featured include the 'rolling boulder' section in Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark, the clay pottery scene in Ghost, and the moment when Ursula Andress walks out of the ocean in Bond film Dr No.
Currently studying drama at the Brit School in London, Bossert has been producing LEGO videos since 2007 after seeing an official LEGO short film on YouTube.
His other 'brickfilms' have included a version of Parry Gripp's 2009 song Megaphone, which was shown at the Santa Barbara Film Festival in California last year.
The Top Ten Movie Moments as voted by film fans are:
1. E.T. elevating the bicycle through the night sky in E.T. The Extra Terrestrial - 1982
2. Marilyn Monroe standing above the subway vent in The Seven Year Itch - 1955
3. Gene Kelly singing in the rain in Singing in the Rain - 1952
4. Julie Andrews singing 'The Hills are Alive' in The Sound of Music - 1959
5. Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet 'I'm flying' scene on the bow of the ship in Titanic - 1997
6. Ursula Andress coming out of the sea in a bikini in Dr No - 1962
7. 'The lift' scene in Dirty Dancing - 1987
8. Olivia Newton John turning up at the funfair wearing sexy leathers in Grease - 1978
9. Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze making a clay pot together in Ghost - 1990
10. The opening scene of Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark in which Harrison Ford is chased by the giant rolling boulder - 1981