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    Jaws on the telly

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    Watching it the now Jase. Classic movie.

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    i watched it. right good!!

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    It was excellent. Havent seen it in years.

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    I started watching it too last night - even though I've got it on DVD so can watch it whenever I want! Some classic cinema moments, just hope that no-one has the smart idea of trying to remake it with stupid CGI shark. One of the things that made it so good was the lack of the shark as they couldn't get it to work properly, so it's all suspense with John Williams' music adding to the tension.

    Anyone else do that - watch movies on TV, complete with adverts, when you've got it on DVD or Blu-ray

    Oh, and Jaws 2 is on next Friday evening. I know it's not as good but I always love the bit where it eats the helicopter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcs356 View Post
    I started watching it too last night - even though I've got it on DVD so can watch it whenever I want! Some classic cinema moments, just hope that no-one has the smart idea of trying to remake it with stupid CGI shark. One of the things that made it so good was the lack of the shark as they couldn't get it to work properly, so it's all suspense with John Williams' music adding to the tension.

    Anyone else do that - watch movies on TV, complete with adverts, when you've got it on DVD or Blu-ray
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    Oh, and Jaws 2 is on next Friday evening. I know it's not as good but I always love the bit where it eats the helicopter.
    I also own on dvd. Dont have jaws2 though, so will watch that on friday. Should be good, its been a long while since i have seen jaws2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcs356 View Post
    I started watching it too last night - even though I've got it on DVD so can watch it whenever I want! Some classic cinema moments, just hope that no-one has the smart idea of trying to remake it with stupid CGI shark. One of the things that made it so good was the lack of the shark as they couldn't get it to work properly, so it's all suspense with John Williams' music adding to the tension.

    Anyone else do that - watch movies on TV, complete with adverts, when you've got it on DVD or Blu-ray

    Oh, and Jaws 2 is on next Friday evening. I know it's not as good but I always love the bit where it eats the helicopter.
    My sentiments exactly,deep blue sea was not bad but Jaws is the daddy
    DVD one yes do that all the time
    Jaws 2 was the best of the sequels

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    Love Jaws. TBH, it should used to teach film making. It uses all the styles of filming including the classic pulled focus shot of Brodie on the beach. The suspense is fantastic too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by voorhees View Post
    Old Skool classic
    what is it about?
    what happens in it?


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    Quote Originally Posted by CHEZ View Post
    what is it about?
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