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Desc:In which the shark...roars?
Category:Classic Movies, Accidents & Explosions
Tags:Jaws 4, roaring shark, this really pissed me off
Submitted:Angel Carver
Date:08/16/07
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Comment count is 14
Crapenstein - 2007-08-17
Wow, I didn't realize how accurate Rob Schrab's version of the Jaws 4 shark really was.
hornung - 2007-08-17
My brother has a theory that every time you see a guy in a bunch of horrible movies in one year, it's because he just started getting into coke. This movie is the closing argument for Michael Caine.
Michael Houser - 2007-08-17
If it's an older actor, they actually have a young girlfriend that's on coke.

oswaldtheluckyrabbit - 2007-08-17
Michael Caine quote regarding this film: "I have never seen the film, but by all accounts it was terrible. However I have seen the house that it built, and it is terrific."
mouser - 2007-08-17
Wow. That was very cheesy. Roar cheesy.

Minus 1 star for ethical reasons (aka, PETA wasn't involved)
Caminante Nocturno - 2007-08-17
Could they have at least made up an original roaring sound?
snothouse - 2007-08-17
I forgot that the original was filmed with sepia daguerreotypes.
kingarthur - 2007-08-17
The shark is roaring because at this point in the film, he's just eaten Mario Van Peebles.
StanleyPain - 2007-08-17
And don't forget, in the "SPECIAL EDITION" home video version of the movie, Peebles is magically alright in the next scene!
Maxville - 2007-08-17
That was actually very close to the book.
Jeff Fries - 2007-08-17
When I was six this was the most terrifying thing I'd ever seen.
fpeeingg - 2007-08-17
I'm 33 and it's the most horrifying thing I've ever seen

Michael Houser - 2007-08-17
Amazing. Apparently they worked out some of the robotic problems that plagued the first film, and they aren't above flaunting it.
Also: It appears to me that that shark committed Seppuku.
Also: Is Roy Scheider's wife having a flashback of something she wasn't present for? And does she remember it as a souvenir old-west photo?
Xenocide - 2007-08-18
Did they just try to make this film seem better by inserting a clip from the first, vastly superior movie? Oh, wow.
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