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Jaws

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The film is the battle between the police chief Brody, oceanographer Matt Hooper with the 'sea monster' - giant sharks eat people. 'Jaws' attracts viewers by the close-up footage shiny sharp teeth of the monster in the shot unexpectedly whipped of Steven Spielberg..
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CRITICS OF "Jaws"
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At the Movies (Australia)
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July 18, 2014

It's just such a good film.
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Cinemaphile.org
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July 17, 2016

Relentless and intense, with characters that are the accurate realizations of their behaviors and special effects that dwarf the limits of the time.
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Newsday
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June 12, 2015

Director Steven Spielberg has immeasurably improved the bestselling Peter Benchley potboiler novel.
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New York Daily News
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May 29, 2015

Spielberg had paced the film beautifully so that one is always on edge, tensed for those scary moments that turn out to be false alarms, and left somehow totally unprepared for the real shocks.
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Guardian
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December 22, 2016

Jaws is a splendidly shrewd cinematic equation which not only gives you one or two very nasty turns when you least expect them but, possibly more important, knows when to make you think another's coming without actually providing it.
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Washington Post
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July 31, 2015

I don't think there's a more exciting talent at work right now than Spielberg, an authentic moviemaking prodigy, and perhaps his worst problem from June 20, 1975, on will be preventing success from making a nervous or artistic wreck of him.
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The Young Folks
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June 20, 2015

Jaws knew how to keep audiences invested. While getting to know the human characters and seeing what makes them relatable, the audience salivates for another monster scene.
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New Yorker

July 29, 2013

It may be the most cheerfully perverse scare movie ever made. Even while you're convulsed with laughter you're still apprehensive, because the editing rhythms are very tricky, and the shock images loom up huge, right on top of you.
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Quickflix

November 24, 2014

With no superheroes or post-apocalyptic wastelands in sight, the skill behind Jaws becomes even more thrilling to watch unfold. ... Quite literally, Jaws is the original and the best.
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Hollywood Reporter
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July 06, 2015

Perhaps the most perfectly constructed horror story in our time.
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New York Magazine/Vulture

July 29, 2013

The result is a fast-paced, straight-line thriller that moves without pause toward the climactic contest at sea between three men and a 25-foot, 3-ton great while killer shark.
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