Nov. 5, 2012 at 9:13 AM ET
Home movies of French-Canadian Patrick Boivin's children are ... well, a little different than yours or mine. The filmmaker likes taking his toddlers, dressing them up and, with a lot of creative editing, turning them into Hollywood action heroes.
His two-year-old Iron Baby (in which he transforms little Marguerite Bulte into the Robert Downey Jr. character Iron Man and sends her off to blow people in bunny costumes away) has racked up over 13 million views on YouTube, and he's already got nearly 4 million for his latest, "Dragon Baby."
In "Dragon Baby," this time Boivin's son Romeo Elvis Bulte (truly a star's name) strolls into a grassy backyard clad in yellow footies (complete with black stripe, a la "Kill Bill") and proceeds to go all out on a grabbing, stomping, toddler-sized stuffed dragon. Along the way, he nods not only to Quentin Tarantino's "Bill," but also Bruce Lee's"Enter the Dragon." all this in just over a minute.
Needless to say, we all know who triumphs in this fight to the finish. But be sure to check it out -- it'll be the most kick-diaper 67 seconds of your day!
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