|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.
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.
|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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