|Jaws (DVD, 2005, 2-Disc Set, Full Frame) (DVD, 2005)|
|Jaws (30th Anniv Ed) (2005) - Used - Dvd|
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|Jaws (DVD, 2005, 2-Disc Set, Full Frame)|
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Jaws is 30 years old. This scary blockbuster film is a classic and one of the original horror films from 1975l It is an excellent DVD set for the fan of the scary film from Steven Spielberg.
<P> This film can be watched over and over and enjoyed by all. I loved the scene in which Brody said "We've gotta get a bigger boat" The look on his face was priceless. This was really one of the first disaster movies that were popular in the mid-70's. If you haven't seen this movie, buy it today and make sure you have lots of popcorn and someone to share this with!
This movie has endured the test of time and is an all time classic film. It is suspenseful and scary and keeps you glued to your seat, even after viewing it time and time again.
Starring Roy Scheider as Chief Brody
Robert Shaw as Quint<BR Richard Dreyfuss as Matt Hooper
Lorraine Gray as Ellen Brody
I bought this movie because I LOVE IT! This is one of those "greatest movies ever made." It has comedy and suspense, and Roy Scheider, Richard Dreyfuss, Lorraine Gary, Robert Shaw and all the others are great in this film. It was as if the film was made for them. The idea of a shark hanging around a beach for food wasn't heard of as much when this was made, but we sure do think about it now. Larry wasn't on my good side with his stubborn-headedness about closing the beaches and risking lives. I love the part where Roy Scheider is shoveling chum, bolts upright and backs up and says, "We're gonna need a bigger boat." Richard Dreyfuss was collected throughtout, except with the hole in the boat under the water. That still scares me, and I know it's coming! Get the movie---you won't be sorry. If it's on tv, I'm going to watch it even if I do have the DVD.
3 decades after it's release, still one of the best of all time. Seeing this as a kid, I had nightmares that my bed was floating in the ocean, and Jaws was out there going to get me. Just remembering the horror parts are enough to make me cringe, but seeing this movie again recently made me realize what a good story and what an excellent cast this movie brought with it. Roy Scheider will forever be remembered for the man who killed Jaws. What's amazing is the movie is scary, and you don't even see the shark for like the whole first hour of the movie, and it's still compelling. And the part where Richard Dreyfuss checks out that ship and the decomposed head pops out, I jump every time I see that. Extra deleted scenes, and the Making of Jaws are worth watching, even though no extras are needed to enjoy this classic.