Jaws (Blu-ray + Digital Copy + UV Copy)

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Jaws (Blu-ray + Digital Copy + UV Copy)

Jaws (Blu-ray + Digital Copy + UV Copy)

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Quint, a grizzled shark hunter who will hunt for money, but thirsts for revenge against all sharks, and Matt Hooper, a biologist from the Oceanographic Institute with an interest in all things shark. minutes of gushing over Steven Spielberg and how the movie Jaws inspired so many directors to get into film and so many effects artists to pursue film making. Yep, its 4 minutes on the iconic theme tune that opens with members of the public woefully replicating the famous theme tune.

But let's be honest, between the four hours of documentaries and other goodies, there's a lot to love about the bonus features. However, the mounting bodycount cannot be ignored, so Brody heads off on a shark hunt, accompanied by marine biologist Matt Hooper (Richard Dreyfuss) and salty old sea-dog Quint (Robert Shaw).

For the week of June 1st, Universal Studios Home Entertainment is bringing the new restoration of Steven Spielberg's Jaws to 4K Blu-ray.

If you've never seen Jaws, you're either 12 years old or you've been locked in a cupboard for far too long. Lots of noteworthy interview snippets wraps up this epic 10 part documentary compiled over the course of thirty years.Of course, I'm only drawing attention to this fact briefly, so that I don't seem overly forgiving because it's my favourite film. I believe the latter to be the more likely, and that simple gesture adds a greater depth to his personality.

Where the original dialogue track suffered slightly from feeling thin and weak in places, often becoming messy and intertwined with the limited frequency range the original audio track utilised, what we have here is unquestionably remastered, and it's remastered well. The iconic music of John Williams bleeds fluidly into the surrounds, beautifully enveloping the listening area with excitement and thrills.It includes some rare glimpses of lobby cards handed out at French screenings, all tagged with “Les Dents De La Mer” - The Teeth of the Sea. The film was originally presented in mono so, like most probably are, I dreaded how awkward this track might be. When Matt Hooper enters that cage and confronts the terrifying beast face-to-face, I still wince and wiggle in my seat, just as I did when I was a little kid and my father showed me the film one summer night, over a tasty TV dinner of chicken nuggets and mashed potatoes. Sometimes our own vivid imagination is betrayed by reality, and the marriage of the two create something wonderful in its place. It's 55 minutes into the movie before you see the shark, and not seeing the shark is arguably more powerful than seeing it.

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