facebook
twitter
search
search

Toddler destroys toy store and blows up living room, with Dad's special effects

In other news: the floor is actually lava.
By JC Sevcik   |   Updated March 29, 2014 at 6:11 PM

How cool would it be to see your child’s imagination come to life?

Thanks to his unique skillset, Daniel Hashimoto, a dad who works as an after-effects specialist for Dreamworks, gets to do just that.

Daniel films his three-year-old son during his playtime and adds special effects afterwards.

Do you remember playing the floor is lava?

Jamie, who loves superheroes and sci-fi, often pretends to be his favorite characters and his dad uses movie magic to transform his son’s make-believe into cinematic home action movies that see Jamie interrupt breakfast with his Iron Man repulsor ray, zip up to the ceiling Batman-style on a grappling gun, and even slice up some shelves at the local toy store weilding a light saber.

Actually, Jamie has sort of a thing for wrecking toy stores:

And, like most toddlers, for wrecking the house:

Hashimoto posts the videos online as youtube user Action Movie Kid.

[Action Movie Kid]

Like Us on Facebook for more stories from UPI.com  
Latest Headlines
Top Stories
Seal tries to steal shark from fishing line in California
A new, thinner Oreo cookie is set to hit shelves
'Puppies' adopted by Chinese man turn out to be Asian black bears
Florida man captures lightning strike on Gainesville Wendy's
Man kicked by camel while attempting selfie with nursing calf