Kids Re-Enact Oscar-Nominated Movies

updated 02/22/2013 at 03:00 PM EST

originally published 02/22/2013 04:00PM



The Oscars just got a little cuter.

In a new video spoof, a group of young children (6-years-old and under) deliver hilarious yet dramatic re-enactments of five of this year's Academy Award-nominated films.

Sporting fatigues and face paint in a take on Zero Dark Thirty, two little boys playing soldiers tell Jessica Chastain's mini-me they're ready to go after "Bin Lagin."

Dressed in wigs and polyester clothing, the kids impersonating Ben Affleck and the other stars of Argo adorably break character to ask, "Do people really dress like this in the '70s?"

There's even a pint-sized boy playing Abraham Lincoln complete with a stove-pipe hat and a petite Mary Todd Lincoln, who spins and trips as she tell the camera, "Look at my dress, I'm crazy!"

And an actress even younger than Beasts of the Southern Wild's 9-year-old star Quvenzhané Wallis performing her part tells viewers how sad the movie is – while the little boys playing Django Unchained's Christoph Waltz and Jamie Foxx don't get to say much: most of their dialogue is censored.

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