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Lost World, The (Jurassic Park) - Splash on Camera
In the scene where what-his-name (please tell me what his name is) is walking through the river with all the tiny dinos attacking him,watch in slow motion and you will see a drop of water hit the camera lense.
(I have to give credit to my friend Noah for this one)
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Contributed By: Dylan Rush on 10-01-1999 and Reviewed By: Webmaster
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Comments:
Erik writes:
Spielberg has said, in many cases, that that is kind of his "thing". He loves leaving splashes on the lens because it makes you feel like you are there. As for "Saving Private Ryan", that was COMPLETELY intentional, as per the director himself!! NOT A SLIP-UP AT ALL!!!!!
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BobaFettHS writes:
The guys name was Dieter Stark.
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Iron Fist writes:
The actor's name is Peter Stormare. The character's name is Dieter Stark.
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hawkeye writes:
I have to agree with Zeekifer, I think that Spielberg is just trying to bring the audience into the movie.
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Cameron A. Kerlin writes:
My fellow movie-going friend and I have seen this happen a lot, from water in a big splash to blood gushing from a wound in a horror movie. I've seen it so many times I've regarded it as commonplace in most instances and don't really consider it a slip-up per se, but that's just my opinion.
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Kane n Taker516 writes:
It's supposed to be the dinosaur's point of view. And, you know, it's not that hard to see.
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Joe writes:
I noticed it too, and I guess it's a slip-up. Isn't it more than just a drop though? Either way, it's not that big a deal.
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Zeekifer writes:
This type of thing happens in a lot of movies, especially in a lot of Spielberg's ones. Try Saving Private Ryan or The Original Jurassic Park, for instance. Often times, as I believe happened here, directors (and Spielberg loves to do this) leave this in as a way of bringing the action even further out to the audience.
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alex writes:
I agree with everyone else who said that it was Speilberg trying to get the audience into it. It's in so many movies that i consider it some what of a special effect. It could be a blooper, but I doubt it. Good observations, though!!!!!!!!
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Qui-Gon-Kenobi writes:
His name is Muertos, i think.
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Sean Glass writes:
sometimes there are REALLY bad lens flares in movies, mostly with car headlights.
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