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A Supercut Of Jurassic Park Close-Ups

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It's always impressive that merely the close-up detail shots from a movie can form so much of its character.

Few shots in cinematic history can have had quite the impact on cinemagoers as the 'shaking water' of 1993's Jurassic Park, just before a certain curious T-Rex decided to have a look through a car window.

London-based editor Matt Anderson (aka Roman Holiday) understand this well, as he's created this fantastic new addition to his Up Close series; where supercuts are made purely of those close-in camera moments.

Naturally, the music used is John Williams' famous theme - albeit the sparse, piano section, which ups the spookiness to a nice level.

Watch below, and take our Ultimate Jurassic Park quiz here.

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