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The Making of 'Jaws 2' (2001)

A documentary giving film fans a behind-the-scenes look at the making of this sequel to the now-classic horror movie that had viewers too scared to go into the water. Includes interviews ... See full summary »

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Laurent Bouzereau
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David Brown ... Himself
Richard D. Zanuck ... Himself
Joe Alves Joe Alves ... Himself
Jeannot Szwarc ... Himself
Carl Gottlieb ... Himself
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A documentary giving film fans a behind-the-scenes look at the making of this sequel to the now-classic horror movie that had viewers too scared to go into the water. Includes interviews with the writer, director, and other members of the creative staff who relate some of their experiences with making the film, as well as giving their views on all the work that went into it. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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USA

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English

Release Date:

22 May 2001 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Näin tehtiin elokuva Tappajahai 2 See more »

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1.33 : 1
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This documentary is featured on the DVD for Jaws 2 (1978). See more »

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5 March 2005 | by charlesbrigdenSee all my reviews

That guy up there seems to have not watched it. When does Jeannot Szwarc state that his movie is better than JAWS? The guy continually praises Spielberg and the first movie throughout the documentary.

It's a good piece, with David Brown and Richard Zanuck, as well as Joe Alves (who went on to direct JAWS 3-D). There's a little about the ill-fated JAWS 3, PEOPLE 0, although probably all we'll get is this, as I doubt Universal are ready to shell out for a documentary on the third movie. Shame, really, it has an interesting history.

The accompanying documentary on this disc about John Williams is also very good. Let's hope in the future Universal can continue this kind of support for B-movies, and release some of their classics, like TARANTULA! and THE INCREDIBLE SHRINKING MAN.


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