“Malo periculosam, libertatem quam quietam servitutem.”
Saw this in Canton, Ohio, when I was on a trip to the east coast, in 1976. Never swam in the ocean again.
I remember the girl in the opening must have had dandruff, cuz they found her head and shoulders on the beach....
I read the book a year before the movie came out and the book said it was a head and 1 shoulder. But yeah, I catch your drift.
Scary movie but sharks aren't that smart. I've SCUBA dove with sharks. They usually only bite people that look like food, like surfers look like juicy seals.
This movie was so hyped here in the UK that I guessed it was crap. When I eventually watched on TV I realised it was crap.
Yes, when they take a movie meant for a theater and edit it for TV it always leaves the viewer wanting.
One can but wonder what, in your estimation, suffices for excellence in cinema.
Andy, so you watched the movie on your 18-inch "telly," a version of the movie edited for time and interrupted by commercials every 10-12 minutes because you were too cheap to pay for the theatrical experience, and you now offer a review of a movie whose chopped version is the only one you have seen? Okay. Got it. Good to know. Two thumbs up, bro.
You're gonna need a bigger boat.
In August of 1975, at the ripe old age of 15 I spent 2 glorious weeks at a KOA campsite in Rodanthe North Carolina on the Outer Banks with 2 miscreant buddies, a big fat ounce of Panama Red and not a parent in sight. Jaws had come out a few months before. One night on the Rodanthe fishing pier I watched a guy catch a five foot sand shark. It's was pretty impressive flopping around on the pier. Somebody put a bench on it to try and contain its gyrations. I have no idea what became of it but word must have spread because the next day NOBODY went into the water.
Jaws 2 was partly filmed here in Okaloosa county, specifically Navarre FL We have the most beautifullest beaches you could imagine...
And the bestestest grammar teachers!