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Danny B over 1 year ago
Awful. Shouldn't even have the same name as Jaws. Congress needs to take action.
Michael Cole over 4 years ago
Remember, in the event of a shark attack, grab a dolphin
Katie almost 5 years ago
3D technology in the 80s was terrible.
Henke 7 years ago
A really bad movie, just like the others. Whatever you do dont see the 3-D version
Ben Calverley over 8 years ago
Just couldn't get in to this but Lea Thompson is always worth at least 2 stars.
Mandy Allen over 1 year ago
Deanna Colt over 4 years ago
Rebekah over 4 years ago
Andrea Finocchiaro over 6 years ago
Hayley over 6 years ago
Christopher Leno over 6 years ago
Dan over 6 years ago
Jannick almost 7 years ago
Jim Barton almost 7 years ago
Amanda Allen 7 years ago
Edsel Dope over 7 years ago
Eric Ratzlaff over 7 years ago
Sean Jackson over 7 years ago
Mark Henry over 7 years ago
Jody Bradley over 7 years ago
Jaws 3-D (also known as Jaws 3) is a 1983 thriller film directed by Joe Alves and starring Dennis Quaid, Bess Armstrong, Lea Thompson and Louis Gossett, Jr. It is the second sequel to Steven Spielberg's Jaws. As SeaWorld, a water park with underwater tunnels and lagoons, prepares for opening, a young great white shark infiltrates the park from the sea, seemingly attacking and killing water skiers and park employees. Once the baby shark is captured, it becomes apparent that it was the mother, a much larger shark who also entered the park, who was the real killer. The film is notable for making use of 3-D film during the revived interest in the technology in the 1980s, amongst other horror films such as Friday the 13th Part III and Amityville 3-D. Cinema audiences could wear disposable cardboard polarized 3D glasses to create the illusion that elements penetrate the screen. Several shots and sequences were designed to utilise the effect, such as the shark's destruction. Since 3-D was...
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