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GTA V's movie & TV references

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We like our entertainment best served with a dollop of meta and a sprinkle of knowing winks.

Which is why we continue to adore the all consuming power that is GTA V. Its beautifully crafted horizons and rolling roads aren't devoid of detail, but hide a plethora of potential references to well known vehicular moments from the world of film and TV.

The eagle-eyed video editors at Cinema Sins have spliced together the following video of some 13 iconic moments, including nods to Jurassic Park, Breaking Bad and (perhaps slightly forced) Jaws.

Can you identify the rest?



(Images: YouTube)

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