Jaws 3-D

Jaws 3-D
Far from his days on Amity Island, Michael Brody now works with his girlfriend, Dr. Kathryn Morgan, in a new, state of the art, Sea World theme park—safely away from the dangers of sharks—or so he thinks. As fate would have it, Michael’s younger brother, Sean, stops by for a visit and takes an immediate interest in performer, Kelly Ann. The fun and games don’t last, however, when a Great White is discovered inside the water park and the higher decide to capture the shark and make it one of their new exhibits. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching “Jaws 3-D”.

· At the beginning of the movie, eleven of the Sea World performers are shown skiing. At one point, they all fall into the water. When the boat starts up again, there are only ten skiers (five on the skies and five holding onto them). But when Calvin Bouchard looks through the binoculars a few moments later, there are eleven skiers again.

· Dan is shown walking up to the dock where the dolphins are. In the wider, front view of him, Dan is wearing a white shirt with an emblem near his right shoulder. It cuts to a close-up of him and Dan is wearing a blue shirt with white trim and a name tag near his left shoulder. The scene cuts to a rear view of Dan as Michael rides up on the jet ski and he’s once again wearing the white shirt.

· CAUTION: May Contain Spoilers! After the shark has smashed into the enclosed underwater exhibit, Michael is in the lagoon welding the damaged section. While he’s welding, his scuba gear covers his head completely. But, when the shark approaches, there is nothing covering his head.

“Jaws 3-D” (1983) stars Dennis Quaid, Bess Armstrong, Simon MacCorkindale, Louis Gossett Jr, John Putch and Lea Thompson. It runs 99 minutes and is rated PG for violence/gore, language and frightening/intense scenes.

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