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USA 1975 Directed by Steven Spielberg. Starring: Roy Scheider, Robert Shaw, Richard Dreyfuss.

Here we have a film about a greedy killer shark which munch on unsuspectingly bath people, with a young and hungry Steven Spielberg in the directors chair. Is it worth seeing? Yes, it definitely is. Spielberg has never been better, and it┤s far from those serious sentimental dramas that he makes now. After this wasn┤t it just as fun to take a bath any more.
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In the local seaside resort Amity, runs a woman out in the water to have a dip. She doesn┤t come back any more. The next day is her remnants found on the beach, and there are many indications that a shark has done it. Police commissioner Martin Brody (Roy Scheider) wants to close the beach, but it is peak season and the mayor won┤t miss all the fine dollars, and forbid him to do it. But after several shark attacks have they sense enough to shut it of. Now will the water frightened Brody, the great fisherman Quint (Robert Shaw) and the somewhat puppyish oceanographer Matt Hooper (Richard Dreyfuss), set out to kill the shark. Out on the open sea are they realize that the shark is considerably bigger than what they had thought.

"Jaws" is a masterly horror/drama picture which turns to all (not a typical guy film then). It wasn┤t strange that people flocked to the cinemas. And it hasn┤t get aged appreciably, despite that it is twenty-five years old. Spielberg brings the best out of the actors, but the best is after all Robert Shaw as the swearing macho-fisherman Quint. You never get tired of John Williams world-famous shark music either. Without a doubt is the pictures second half best, when the three protagonists are out on shark hunting. And the ending when the shark is hunting them instead, is incredibly breathtaking.

Kent Palmgren

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