Favorite JAWS movie

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JAWS
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JAWS 2
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JAWS 3
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Favorite JAWS movie

Postby kingdanny » Tue Apr 18, 2006 7:45 pm

What's your favorite JAWS movie? I like the first one. That's the best. It scared me the whole time. It was vey suspencful. JAWS 2 made me queasy on a certain part. Plus, it wasen't even scary. JAWS 3 was O.K. It wasen't that thrilling. I'm sure thatif I saw the 3-D version, it would have been cool. JAWS: The Revenge sucked!! :devil: How does a shark follow you from New England to the Bahamas? Plus, it didn't show that guys body who got attacked at the beggining.

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Postby Luxo » Tue Apr 18, 2006 7:52 pm

Jaws 3, best. animated. shark. ever.

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Postby pkdcoaster » Tue Apr 18, 2006 8:30 pm

I am usually all for it is his/her opinion but anybody that does not pick the 1st Jaws is WRONG!

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Postby PhishyBrewer » Tue Apr 18, 2006 8:42 pm

^I agree.

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Postby Nrthwnd » Tue Apr 18, 2006 10:07 pm

The first - no contest.

I remember seeing it in Victoria, BC - all of us, lined up on the sidewalk for the next showing. And 'hearing loud crowd sounds' in the theater, while we're standing there outside, wondering wtf....

Then, everybody coming out of the movie theater with 'looks' on their faces. And really TALKING about it.

Then we went in - and then that music, and later on, the first - real - Everybody Scream with "that face" in the water.....EEEEEEEEE!

The same year ('75), in Sept. we drove down to California on Highway 101 & 1. But - you think I would even stick a toe in the Pacific Ocean?

Uh uh. Nope. :omg:

I mean, you never know, right???

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The first Jaws was The First Event Movie that started it all. I remember it well.

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Postby Homer » Wed Apr 19, 2006 4:18 am

I vote for Jaws 3... NOT!

Jaws one is a great and classic thriller movie. Although I think it was a bit oversensationalised.

But the other Jaws movies suck more than a Dyson vaccum in a dirty room.
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Postby kingdanny » Wed Apr 19, 2006 1:46 pm

Luxo wrote:Jaws 3, best. animated. shark. ever.

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I know how they did that. They put the robot shark in the water and moved the camra closer so it looked like it was moving. In real life, the fins would need to move or else the shark would die. But hey..It's Hollywood. That dead body in JAWS 2 is SICK!!

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Postby Luxo » Wed Apr 19, 2006 3:26 pm

kingdanny wrote:
Luxo wrote:Jaws 3, best. animated. shark. ever.

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I know how they did that. They put the robot shark in the water and moved the camra closer so it looked like it was moving. In real life, the fins would need to move or else the shark would die. But hey..It's Hollywood. That dead body in JAWS 2 is SICK!!


I was being sarcastic, but whatever...Jaws one is the best, hands down.

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Postby TwistedTrack » Wed Apr 19, 2006 4:15 pm

I still dont like going in the ocean. Damn you JAWS! Even though it is a classic...

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Postby cfc » Wed Apr 19, 2006 4:58 pm

This poll is like asking, "What makes a better meal--bacon-wrapped filet mignon with asparagus and hollandaise sauce, a burrito at Taco Bell, or a big steaming pile of crap?"

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