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Jaws 19
Max Spielberg - Jaws 19.jpg
It's not really, really personal. It's really, really bad
Genre: Horror
Thriller
Directed By: Max Spielberg
Produced By: Joseph Sargent
Written By: Max Spielberg
Based On: Based on Characters by Peter Benchley
Starring: TBA
Photography: Color
Cinematography: John McPherson
Distributed By: Universal Pictures
Release Date: October 21, 2015
Runtime: 106 minutes
Country: United States
Language: English
Budget: $46 million
Box Office: $73.9 million
Prequel: Jaws 18: Origins[1]


Jaws 19 is a 2015 thriller-horror film that was directed by Max Spielberg. The film was released on October 23, 2015.

Why It Sucks

  1. The film officially turned the shark movie genre into a totally dead horse, even more than what Revenge did.
  2. A bizarre and cliché story that has been done better in many other films in general.
  3. The shark looks really fake, even worse than Jaws: The Revenge. On top of that, the shark looks too cartoony.
  4. Extremely unlikable characters.
  5. Unlike the previous film the film has almost no kills from the shark, at all.
  6. Much like the fourth film it feels more like a soap opera than being a Fall thriller film.
  7. Most of the shark scenes aren't too scary. The scenes are laughable.
  8. Horrendus special effects, especially on the sharks.
  9. The special effects to make the water's village (as seen in the poster) are even way worse, in fact, it looks a lot like the Otoh Gunga seen in The Phantom Menace.
  10. Abysmal pacing.
  11. Horrible acting from a majority of the cast members.
  12. Its tagline "This time, it's really, REALLY personal" is even more ridiculous than the original "this time, it's personal" tagline from Jaws: The Revenge.
    • Despite this, there's nothing really personal in the film at all that needs to be taken.
  13. The shark's death is so bad that it really needs to be seen to be believed.

Redeeming Qualities

  1. The soundtrack is pretty good.

Reception

The film was panned by critics and fans of the series; critics thought Jaws 19 "lacked the bite" of its eighteen predecessors, and rated it low. The film holds an 11% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, based on 64 reviews.

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