Originally Released April 19, 2011 - 91 mins
When a 3-D shark at Seaworld didn't pop for audiences, Universal Studios decided to take Jaws back to its roots, by starting the film back at Amity Island and focusing on the Brody family matriarch Ellen, played by Lorraine Gary. With the tagline "This time it's personal," a shark has a vendetta against the Brodys, and is following them to the Bahamas. With Acadamy Award winner Michael Caine and a memorable performance by Mario Van Peebles, this installment is widely considered the worst of the entire Jaws franchise. Does it deserve that reputation? Donate to Now Playing to find out!
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