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23/03/2015

A father and daughter recreated Jurassic Park with $100,000 worth of LEGO

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(From Metro) At the risk of making all fathers feel grossly inadequate, one man helped his young daughter put together a stop-motion animation of Jurassic Park using $100,000 worth of LEGO.

The three-minute clip, which was made with the help of a few friends, recreates iconic scenes from the 1993 film, such as when the guide vehicles enter through the ominous park gates and when the T-Rex breaks through the fence during the storm.

Self-described ‘brickfilmers’ Paul Hollingsworth, Brent McDonald, David Kelly, Chris Osborn, Ryan Jennings and Steve Banta all worked on the ‘brickflick’ and comprise a team known as DigitalWizardz, who make ‘fan films of what they love the most’.

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