As most all of you know by now, "Jurassic Park" is my favorite film of all-time. It's the perfect combination for a film - always easy to watch, technically amazing, good characters, great story, thrilling, etc., etc. So anytime I come across info on the film, I feel the need to share it.
It was just last month that we got to check out the behind-the-scenes videos of the dinosaur puppets in the film. Now, recently surfacing, is a rare video featuring nearly 8 minutes of behind-the-scenes footage from the set of the film. And honestly, this video is more interesting to me than those featuring the dinosaurs. I loved those videos, don't get me wrong, any time I can see cool behind-the-scenes footage from my favorite film, I'm all for it! But this video, featuring a younger Steven Spielberg going to work, is simply awe-inspiring to watch.
Check out the video after the break.
What do you guys think of the video? I'm confident I could watch an entire film that was just showing this type of stuff. There's something magical about watching Spielberg direct. And he's such a class act. I bet it would be awesome working with him.