There's no imagination quite like a three-year-old's imagination. But what if you could make those fantasies come to life? That's what Dreamworks animator Daniel Hashimoto did, using his CGI skills to turn home movies of his son James into action-movie extravaganzas.
Lasers? Check. Lava? Check. Superpowers? Check. This toddler is a modern-day superhero.
Watch "Toy Lightsaber" above, and then see the rest of the magical adventures of the Action Movie Kid below:
By day, he's an average toddler. By night, he gives Bat Kid a run for his money.
No hose, no problem.
The Danger of Wet Floors
They put those signs up for a reason.
McDonald's Play Place
James is about to break the record for most consecutive hours spent in a McDonald's PlayPlace, formerly held by Russian cosmonaut Valeri Polyakov.
Let's see this kid make the Kessel Run in 12 parsecs.
The Floor Is Lava
Every child's dream comes true: The floor actually is lava.
Toys "R" Us Visit
Watch where you point that thing!
Look out, Greedo.
Fireworks at Disneyland
Someone's ready to star in the Deep Impact remake.
Playing at the Breakfast Table
Kids, it's too early for lasers!
Kids in the Matrix
If these tykes know kung fu, they're not showing it.