I could never understand in the beginning why it seemed as though the shark was harassing the Brody family. Can anyone share their assumptions about why it seemed like this shark had a vendetta or personal motive to attack whenever anyone from the Brody family was in the water?
"Jaws" made you afraid to go in the water. "Jaws 2" made you afraid to go back in the water. "Jaws 3-D" was a new dimension in terror. In "Jaws 4: The Revenge", it was personal, then it was just business, then pure pleasure. Cyber-Jaws made you afraid to log on and Robo-Jaws made you afraid of robotic sharks. Then, Chief Brody's grandson assembled a super-team of shark hunters. "Jaws 10", it was man vs. shark vs. all the terrors of the deep. Outer space, then a prequel and a sequel to the prequel. And then, a new era in terror began. Jaws started a family, battled a Russian shark named "Ivan Sharkovsky", took a bite out of the big apple and learned about love from a mysterious stranger. "Jaws 18: Origins", the mind-blowing reboot. Now, the…
Is there ANY reason why the Martin Brody page is protected? Just asking.
The Discovery Channel commenced it's 25th year of the ever popular Shark Week last night, and Universal is releasing the original Jaws on Blu-Ray tomorrow, so there is no better time than today to compile a top ten list of the greatest shark attacks in cinema history.
Watch the videos and vote for your favorite in the poll at the bottom!
It's amazing that Spielberg was able to scare us so much in this
classic Jaws scene without even showing the shark. As effective as
that technique was throughout the film, it wasn't the director's
original plan. Watch this video to learn how Spielberg was forced
to pull a "Hitchock" when the electronic shark model wouldn't
operate in salt water!
In this scene from Jaws, we actually get to …