This adorable Internet trend is one we hope never fades out: kids reenacting very popular, sometimes inappropriate TV and movie roles. Some of the first to surface were the hysterical videos imitating MTV shows -- one with fake-tanned, fist-pumping kids doing 'Jersey Shore,' and another featuring ditzy, drama-starting little ones with perfect portrayals of the obnoxious cast of 'The Hills.' Oh, and we can't forget the re-creation of Bravo's 'Real Housewives of New Jersey,' with its tiny stars rocking teased wigs and on-point Jersey accents.

Now, just in time for this morning's 2011 Oscar nominations announcement, AOL released Kids Act Out: Oscar-Nominated Movies, a new collection of kid acting videos. In them, we have the pleasure of enjoying trimmed-down scenes from three nominated films -- unlike any way we've seen them yet. Included are a stuttering cutie as King George VI in 'The King's Speech,' a feisty "Irish" Micky Ward with an unintelligible Boston accent in 'The Fighter,' and a brave (and tiny) Aaron Ralston in '127 Hours.'

If you ask us, these super-cute little ones give tremendous, maybe even Oscar-worthy, performances. Check them out below, and when you're done laughing and awwwww-ing, take our poll of which rendition would win Best Picture in an imaginary kid version of the Oscars.
127 Hours
R2010
Based on 38 critics

Mountaineer Aron Ralston must make an agonizing choice after his arm becomes pinned by a boulder. Read More

The King's Speech
R2010
Based on 41 critics

An Australian actor tries to help Britain's King George VI overcome a speech impediment. Read More

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