Jaws 2

Jaws 2
Police Chief Martin Brody, still reeling from the last shark that showed up at Amity Island, soon learns that the local citizens are once again falling prey to a Great White shark. But this time around, the stakes are higher when he realizes his sons are part of the group being tracked and targeted by the creature. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching “Jaws 2”.

· Tina and Eddie find the dead Orca washed up on the beach. In the overhead view of Brody and Dr. Elkins as they're walking toward the carcass, there are only eight or nine people standing around. In the closer views of them, the number of onlookers has doubled.

· Mike Brody is at the local bar with his friends and there is a glass of soda sitting in front of him. In the front view, when the group starts talking about going to the lighthouse and ask Mike if he’s going, the glass of soda is gone. It’s back again in the next overhead view.

· Brody is walking down the hallway the morning after he gets fired. The front view of him shows the towel on his left shoulder is puckered up. But, in the farther view of him when he opens Mike’s door, the towel is flat on his shoulder with the designs on the towel near his neck.

· Brody is looking at his reflection in the mirror. He turns as Ellen comes down the stairs. In the wider view, when she walks into the room, the boom mic can be seen in the upper right of the screen before it moves away.

· CAUTION: May Contain Spoilers! Marge and Sean are on the boat together as the group encounters the shark. When they’re on the overturned boat and she’s holding onto him, Marge is shown wearing sandals. But, when she tries to rescue Sean after he falls in the water, the underwater view of her shows she’s wearing regular tennis shoes (or water shoes).

“Jaws 2” (1978) stars Roy Scheider, Lorraine Gray, Murray Hamilton, Joseph Mascolo and Mark Gruner. It runs 116 minutes and is rated PG for violence/gore, language and frightening/intense scenes.

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