Have you ever pondered what every Oscar-nominated film would be like if it were performed by kindergarteners? Was that just us?
No it wasn't, and we have the video to prove it! The folks at Jest have rounded up some of the most adorkable elementary schoolers this side of Charlie Brown and had them reenact all the 2012 Academy Award Nominees for Best Picture including "The Help," "War Horse," and "Midnight in Paris," the latter of which includes a mini-sized (literally) Woody Allen cameo.
Come to think of it, their version of "Tree of Life" makes just as much sense as Terrence Malick's.
Precocious is redefined when these kids do their rendition of the hospital deathbed scene in "The Descendants," complete with Matthew Lillard's sleazeball real estate guy Brian Speer:
"Hey, sorry for sleeping with your wife… by the way, your shirts are really ugly."
As for the kid's playhouse version of "The Artist," we have only one word… PUPPY!
Enjoy both parts below, and watch the big kids get their gold trophies tomorrow night at 8:30pm ET on ABC.