Jaws: The Revenge

Jaws: The Revenge

After another deadly shark attack, Ellen Brody decides she has had enough of New England's Amity Island and moves to the Caribbean to join her son, Michael, and his family. But a great white shark has followed her there, hungry for more lives.

The story returns to the Brody family in Amity Island. Chief Brody's widow believes that her family is deliberately being targeted for death by another shark in search of revenge. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Marco D (us) wrote: A very challenging movie that will leave you with many questions and you'll have the possibility to make up your mind on what 'Borgman' was about, seen the lack of explanations. To try.

David R (jp) wrote: nice film, I really liked the ending and the action sequences were pretty well layed out

Carlos C (ru) wrote: i want to see it where is the movie

Alex S (ca) wrote: Semi-enjoyable for the right people, Surveillance presents not a shred of an intellectual script, but is supported from its twists and interesting story progression.

The Critic (mx) wrote: A beautifully written, impeccably acted, and believable story about a close-knit family attempting to keep itself together when they are hit by an uncontrollable crisis. But this isn't a story about a terminal illness, or about how a young man, choosing to forgo medical treatment, deals with his own mortality. And the title character's sexuality is almost irrelevant. This is a story of a young boy, Marcel (Yaniss Lespert), and how he relates to his family; an increasing resentment towards his mother (Marie Bunel) versus the idolisation of his eldest brother (Pierre Mignard), whom he, the imagery throughout the picture tells us, will grow to become. The way in which Marcel relates to the males he interacts with gives the viewer an insight into what lays ahead for this particular child... Well, it's all said in the title. Yes, it's this sort of clever filmmaking that really makes "Close to Leo" a notable entry in the queer cinema genr.

Skyler B (ca) wrote: Just about as horrible as horrible can be. And, by that, I mean really horrible

Kyle M (jp) wrote: It possesses an innovative narrative structure that nicely ends with an understood message delivered in a same style that most of the 20th-century classics had expressed, which is why this was considered a great masterpiece from Japanese filmmaker Akira Kurosawa before "Seven Samurai". Although, despite fitting into the film's delivered message, the nature and behavior seen throughout the film is strange with the pacing being distant a couple times. But overall, it's a masterful story that makes foreign films talented. (B)(Full review coming soon)

Stephen K (kr) wrote: A true blast from the past

Larry B (ru) wrote: Somewhat inconclusive, with uneven character development, but enough of the latter to see the world just a bit through everyone's eyes--in the context of conflict all around (though another weakness is that it is not clear what this conflict is all about). The father-son conflict, and the old man's empathy for the family that has taken over his property (due to his son's betrayal), could definitely have been more developed. On the whole, a very intriguing film.