Against all expectations, The LEGO Movie—a film which just about everyone had written off from the outset as a feature-length toy commercial—has become one of the most critically acclaimed films of the year. It currently holds a staggering 96% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes, the exact same rating as such Pixar classics as Wall-E and Ratatouille.

The film has done equally well with audiences as it has with critics. Over the weekend, it grossed $69 million, one of the biggest ever openings for an animated film.

Almost as popular as the film itself is the newly released blooper reel, which has amassed half a million hits in less than 24 hours. The two-minute-long clip consists of flubbed lines from the recording sessions which have been synched up with all new animation. It’s hilarious stuff which stands as a work of art in its own right.