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Jaws is a American thriller film directed by Steven Spielberg and based on Peter Benchley 's novel of the same name. In it, a giant man-eating great white shark attacks beachgoers on Amity Island, a fictional New England summer resort town , prompting police chief Martin Brody Roy Scheider to hunt it with the help of a marine biologist Richard Dreyfuss and a professional shark hunter Robert Shaw. Murray Hamilton plays the mayor, and Lorraine Gary portrays Brody's wife.
The screenplay is credited to Benchley, who wrote the first drafts, and actor-writer Carl Gottlieb , who rewrote the script during principal photography. Shot mostly on location on Martha's Vineyard in Massachusetts , Jaws had a troubled production, going over budget and past schedule. As the art department's mechanical sharks often malfunctioned, Spielberg decided to mostly suggest the shark's presence, employing an ominous and minimalistic theme created by composer John Williams to indicate its impending appearances.
Spielberg and others have compared this suggestive approach to that of thriller director Alfred Hitchcock. Universal Pictures gave the film what was then an exceptionally wide release for a major studio picture, on over screens, accompanied by an extensive marketing campaign with a heavy emphasis on television spots and tie-in merchandise.
Considered one of the greatest films ever made , Jaws was the prototypical summer blockbuster , with its release regarded as a watershed moment in motion picture history and won several awards for its music and editing. It became the highest-grossing film of all time until the release of Star Wars in Both films were pivotal in establishing the modern Hollywood business model, which revolves around high box-office returns from action and adventure pictures with simple high-concept premises released during the summer in thousands of theaters and heavily advertised.
It was followed by three sequels , all without Spielberg or Benchley, and many imitative thrillers. In , it was selected by the Library of Congress for preservation in the United States National Film Registry , being deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant". During a beach party at dusk on Amity Island, New England , a young woman, Chrissie Watkins, goes skinny dipping in the ocean.
While treading water , she is violently pulled under. The next day, her partial remains are found on shore. The medical examiner's ruling that the death was due to a shark attack leads police chief Martin Brody to close the beaches. Mayor Larry Vaughn overrules him, fearing that the town's summer economy will be ruined. The coroner now concurs with the mayor's theory that Chrissie was killed in a boating accident.
Brody reluctantly accepts their conclusion until another fatal shark attack occurs shortly thereafter. A bounty is placed on the shark, prompting an amateur shark-hunting frenzy. Meanwhile, consulting oceanographer Matt Hooper examines Chrissie's remains, and confirms her death was caused by a shark—an unusually large one.
When local fishermen catch a tiger shark , the mayor proclaims the beaches safe. Hooper disputes that it is the same predator, confirming this after no human remains are found inside it.
Hooper and Brody find a half-sunken vessel while searching the night waters in Hooper's boat. Underwater, Hooper retrieves a sizable great white shark 's tooth embedded in the submerged hull. He drops it in fright after encountering a partial corpse.
Vaughn discounts Brody and Hooper's claims that a huge great white shark is responsible for the deaths, and refuses to close the beaches, allowing only added safety precautions.
On the Fourth of July weekend, tourists pack the beaches. Following a juvenile prank in which the presence of a shark is simulated, the real shark enters a nearby estuary , killing a boater and causing Brody's oldest son, Michael, to go into shock. Brody then convinces Vaughn to hire Quint. Quint, Brody, and Hooper set out on Quint's boat, the Orca , to hunt the shark. While Brody lays down a chum line, Quint waits for an opportunity to hook the shark. Without warning, it appears behind the boat.
Quint, estimating its length at 25 feet 7. At nightfall, Quint and Hooper drunkenly exchange stories about their assorted scars and Quint reveals that he survived the USS Indianapolis. The shark returns unexpectedly, ramming the boat's hull, and disabling the power. The men work through the night, repairing the engine. In the morning, Brody attempts to call the Coast Guard, but Quint, who has become obsessed with killing the shark without outside assistance, smashes the radio.
After a long chase, Quint harpoons another barrel into the shark. The line is tied to the stern cleats, but the shark drags the boat backward, swamping the deck and flooding the engine compartment. Quint prepares to sever the line to prevent the transom from being pulled out but the cleats break off, keeping the barrels attached to the shark.
Quint heads toward shore to draw the shark into shallower waters, but he intentionally pushes the damaged engine past the safety limits and the overtaxed engine fails. With the Orca slowly sinking, the trio attempt a riskier approach.
Hooper puts on scuba gear and enters the water in a shark-proof cage , intending to lethally inject the shark with strychnine , using a hypodermic spear. The shark demolishes the cage before Hooper can inject it, but he manages to escape to the seabed.
The shark then attacks the boat directly and devours Quint. Trapped on the sinking vessel, Brody stuffs a pressurized scuba tank into the shark's mouth, and, climbing the crow's nest, shoots the tank with a rifle. The resulting explosion obliterates the shark. Hooper surfaces, and he and Brody paddle back to Amity Island clinging to the remaining barrels. Brown came across it in the literature section of lifestyle magazine Cosmopolitan , then edited by his wife, Helen Gurley Brown. A small card written by the magazine's book editor gave a detailed description of the plot, concluding with the comment "might make a good movie".
The year-old had just directed his first theatrical film, The Sugarland Express , for Zanuck and Brown.
At the end of a meeting in their office, Spielberg noticed their copy of the still-unpublished Benchley novel, and after reading it was immediately captivated. Before production began, however, Spielberg grew reluctant to continue with Jaws , in fear of becoming typecast as the "truck and shark director". Principal photography was set to begin in May Universal wanted the shoot to finish by the end of June, when the major studios' contract with the Screen Actors Guild was due to expire, to avoid any disruptions due to a potential strike.
For the screen adaptation, Spielberg wanted to stay with the novel's basic plot, but discarded many of Benchley's subplots. Spielberg, who felt that the characters in Benchley's script were still unlikable, invited the young screenwriter John Byrum to do a rewrite, but he declined the offer.
Spielberg wanted "some levity" in Jaws , humor that would avoid making it "a dark sea hunt", so he turned to his friend Carl Gottlieb , a comedy writer-actor then working on the sitcom The Odd Couple. He passed the audition one week before Spielberg took him to meet the producers regarding a writing job. While the deal was initially for a "one-week dialogue polish", Gottlieb eventually became the primary screenwriter, rewriting the entire script during a nine-week period of principal photography.
Many pieces of dialogue originated from the actors' improvisations during these meals; a few were created on set, most notably Roy Scheider's ad-lib of the line "You're gonna need a bigger boat. Benchley had written Jaws after reading about sport fisherman Frank Mundus 's capture of an enormous shark in According to Gottlieb, Quint was loosely based on Mundus, whose book Sportfishing for Sharks he read for research.
Spielberg described it as a collaboration between Sackler, Milius, and actor Robert Shaw , who was also a playwright. Though Spielberg complied with a request from Zanuck and Brown to cast known actors,  he wanted to avoid hiring any big stars.
He felt that "somewhat anonymous" performers would help the audience "believe this was happening to people like you and me", whereas "stars bring a lot of memories along with them, and those memories can sometimes One example was Deputy Hendricks, played by future television producer Jeffrey Kramer. The role of Brody was offered to Robert Duvall , but the actor was interested only in portraying Quint.
Nine days before the start of production, neither Quint nor Hooper had been cast. And they were right. For the role of Hooper, Spielberg initially wanted Jon Voight. Disappointed in his performance and fearing that no one would want to hire him once Kravitz was released, he immediately called Spielberg and accepted the role in Jaws.
Because the film the director envisioned was so dissimilar to Benchley's novel, Spielberg asked Dreyfuss not to read it. Principal photography began May 2, ,  on the island of Martha's Vineyard , Massachusetts, selected after consideration was given to eastern Long Island. Brown explained later that the production "needed a vacation area that was lower middle class enough so that an appearance of a shark would destroy the tourist business.
Three full-size pneumatically powered prop sharks—which the film crew nicknamed "Bruce" after Spielberg's lawyer, Bruce Ramer—were made for the production: Their construction involved a team of as many as 40 effects technicians, supervised by mechanical effects supervisor Bob Mattey , best known for creating the giant squid in 20, Leagues Under the Sea. After the sharks were completed, they were trucked to the shooting location.
Jaws was the first major motion picture to be shot on the ocean,  resulting in a troubled shoot and went far over budget. The former was epitomized by his insistence on shooting at sea with a life-sized shark; "I could have shot the movie in the tank or even in a protected lake somewhere, but it would not have looked the same," he said.
I was pretty naive about mother nature and the hubris of a filmmaker who thinks he can conquer the elements was foolhardy, but I was too young to know I was being foolhardy when I demanded that we shoot the film in the Atlantic Ocean and not in a North Hollywood tank.
Shooting at sea led to many delays: From the first water test onward, the "non-absorbent" neoprene foam that made up the sharks' skin soaked up liquid, causing the sharks to balloon, and the sea-sled model frequently got entangled among forests of seaweed. Shaw also fled to Canada whenever he could due to tax problems,  engaged in binge drinking , and developed a grudge against Dreyfuss, who was getting rave reviews for his performance in Duddy Kravitz. The delays proved beneficial in some regards.
The script was refined during production, and the unreliable mechanical sharks forced Spielberg to shoot many scenes so that the shark was only hinted at. For example, for much of the shark hunt, its location is indicated by the floating yellow barrels.
This forced restraint is widely thought to have added to the film's suspense. It made me become more like Alfred Hitchcock than like Ray Harryhausen. Footage of real sharks was shot by Ron and Valerie Taylor in the waters off Dangerous Reef in South Australia , with a short actor in a miniature shark cage to create the illusion that the sharks were enormous.
The footage of the cage attack was so stunning that Spielberg was eager to incorporate it in the film. No one had been in the cage at the time, however, and the script, following the novel, originally had the shark killing Hooper in it. The storyline was consequently altered to have Hooper escape from the cage, which allowed the footage to be used. Although principal photography was scheduled to take 55 days, it did not wrap until October 6, , after days.
Fields, who had completed a rough cut of the first two-thirds of the film, up until the shark hunt, finished the editing and reworked some of the material. According to Zanuck, "She actually came in and reconstructed some scenes that Steven had constructed for comedy and made them terrifying, and some scenes he shot to be terrifying and made them comedy scenes.
Two scenes were altered following test screenings.
Although, he may get a job in one as he can't act. This films acting I have got to say is pretty bad I don't mean to offend but the emotions come across as if they were taken out of a labelled jar. The actors don't morph as a cast and the Dad's tone from the start makes me think that they casted him because he has the attitude of a serial killer with a slow mono-tone voice, and thats pretty much it.
I wanted to like this film due to my likings of any horror with a half decent storyline and OK effects. But even as low budget I cannot see any need for this film No one is going to get a career from this. Michael-Hallows-Eve 11 September This movie is one of the worst movie's I have ever seen. It tries too hard to be like the 'Paranormal Activity' films, and fails miserably. The acting is very bad, to the point that I was laughing at parts of the film I shouldn't have been.
The story is rubbish and the house isn't even the same house or even looks like the Amityville house. The effects are bad, just like the whole movie, and every time there is a death you don't even see it because the camera supposedly blacks out or it is just off camera.
All I can give this attempt at a movie is 1 out of The Amityville Haunting was yet another movie filmed in the ultra- irritating 1st person style. The title has the word haunting in it, which to a lay-man like myself, lends itself to indicate there might be a chance you will be scared. I can only tell you there is no such scene. Sadly, this was an awful movie; there was so much script material, and different avenues that could have possibly been explored. Yet, the writers and Directors failed to follow any type of format that would resemble a professional movie; you might say, whatever does he means.
Well, allow me to expand, this movie was filmed in such a way, that we are to assume that a child filmed it, really! Why, would anyone want to pay to see a film that has no plot, flow, professionalism, or natural progression, nothing! Yes, I am slightly perturbed, I actually was rooting for this whole family to be mutilated, and that's how annoying this movie was. I rooted and kept thinking to myself: I can't wait for this annoying kid with the camera to get it!
I have seen all 8 movies and the remake of Amityville. This movie not to before confused with the upcoming found footage movie The Amityville Horror: The Lost Tapes Here comes the 10th movies By by asylum in the series, which is a found footage movie for the series!. The movies start with saying, This footage you are about to see is real!. It start with 4 drunk teenagers who break in and then drink and have sex with there a bit of nudity , while filmed by Phone and we see some one sucked in the door and blood sprays and girls scream and cuts to black screen This happens under 2 minutes at start of the movie.
Then it cuts to a new family moving into the house Dad and wife, oldest is daughter in her teens, only one boy who's that documenting the things around the house and there a little girl You already know what roles they going to play!. The acting and script were both really horrendous, all the chacaters are so annoying, that you what something really bad to happen to them, The boy was the only one that didn't annoy me at all!
This movie is not creepy or scary but do have one or two descent jumps scenes here and there and some scare are so utter silly that it will make who laugh! The movie goes from bad to worse as it goes on and it is really hard to watch this movie, i still can not believe I saw the whole movie.
T he worst movie in the series and this has to be one the worst horror movie of ! Has to be 0 for shoddy camera work for starters robert-gamble 26 December Watched 20 minutes of this utter waste of film space before I couldn't handle the DT's of camera work any further.
I could have asked my 3 year old son to hold the cam steadier than the actors or so called actors in this so called movie. It is really that bad, not anywhere near the hopeless camera work of Blair Witch or Paranormal Activity, times worse than that. Please, save your 30 seconds of your life in watching this trash.
You will thank me later. This will have a spoiler. What in the world did I just watch? This was made by Asylum, so that should give you a giant red flag there, if the 1 star wasn't apparent. But forgiving that it's a rip off of movies that are already out there, the acting is just down right awful.
When the Tyler kid sees something for the first time, he sees a shadow of some sort, his line was.. No scream, no nothing behind it, just the word.. Ah, and then he ran! This is the spoiler. When your kid stabs you in the heart, do you sit there, making groaning sounds..
This was a ridiculous acting performance done by everyone involved. This the one of the most laughable "films" I have ever seen. Bad acting, bad dialog, bad everything. The quality of everything that has to do with this movie is bad. It is not a true story - even though they try to make you believe it is.
You would think that after the other horrible movies that were filmed like this - Blair Witch Trial, etc. The question I asked myself at the very beginning of the movie was "Why would you move into a house that has had something that terrible happen there? Don't waste your money! This movies Is one of the worst movies I have ever seen. There are so many thing that don't work with this film, the two biggest problems I have with this movie are: The Acting- I believe that this film has some of the worst acting I have ever seen!
The Scares- The scares in this film are not only bad, but they are dull and boring. If you happen to find this movie in the video stores then take it from me, don't waste your money on the rubbish movie I give it 1 out of 10 Thanks for reading my quick and simple review of 'The Amityville Haunting' SDJ.
The film is ridiculous. Firstly, the interior of the home meant to pass for the historic, palatial and atmospheric DeFeo-Lutz haunted house on Long Island is clearly a modern townhouse or semi-detached. The effects are beyond pedestrian and the storyline is not all that imaginative. This is not an "indie film", it's a home movie.
This work is an attempt to grab a few bucks by exploiting the Amityville name before any potential viewers realize that it sucks and has nothing whatsoever to do with the actual events or location of the 's American haunting.
I actually resent their perception of indie horror fans' as gullible and there to be exploited in this manner. This might be the worst movie I have ever seen. DustinRahksi 15 September So we open with some dumb ass kids breaking into a house, to do what you might ask, well sex of course. Guess what, they get killed, hilarious movie, hilarious.
They leave behind their iPhone with video of their deaths. Act 1 So a generic family moves in to the crime scene house. And of course there is a kid filming every thing.
Heres my problem so far, the kid has already recorded supernatural events, and two people die in their first day in the house.
And nobody thinks something funny is going on, oh yeah, and it's incredible stupid. Another thing you notice right off the bat, the camera keeps getting distorted and keeps making a ringing noise. That literally happens throughout the rest of the film, talk about annoying. There is a lot of pointless 30 second scenes here as well. But our main character ,Tyler is the biggest loser I have ever seen. He can't act even if his life was on the line. And he also video tapes his sister while she is getting naked, what an incestuous little freak.
Then we are led to the back door opening segment. Act 2 Yes, this back down is literally the only thing that tries to scare you until the last 5 minutes of the film. All that happens here is conflict. The dad thinks Lori sister is sneaking out at night, so he sets up a wild home security system. Tyler enrages every one around him, he's like the paparazzi. Just set up your profile on Sex Search and you are ready to start meeting some of the hottest girls in your area tonight!
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