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    JAWS

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    Spielberg’s earliest films, JAWS, captured the audience’s attentions so vividly that the movie remains to be a cult classic even decades later. The audience sunk its teeth deep into the enticing combination of drama, thrill, science-fiction, and adventure the film obtained. At face value, JAWS appears to be focused on a giant monstrous fish, but with further analyzation of the plot structure, narration, and original music demonstrates the brilliance and complexity of why JAWS is a well deserving Oscar-winning

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    Jaws Analysis

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    revenue will cripple the town. Ichthyologist Matt Hooper (Richard Dreyfuss) and grizzled ship captain Quint (Robert Shaw) offer to help Brody capture the killer 25-foot beast, and the trio engage in an epic battle of man vs. nature. Steven Spielberg’s, Jaws is an instant classic horror film that’ll bring shivers down a viewer’s spine and has them ready

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    Conflict In Jaws

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    The opening scenes of the film Jaws (Steven Spielberg 1975), one of the main characters chief Martin Brody is introduced. Chief Brody is new to the town and main concern is keeping the people and the water safe. The mayor main concern at first is to keep the revenue coming in, which is keeping the beaches open for visitors. The small town Amity Island, a fictional New England town, busy season is the summer. The films primary conflict, which is a series of shark attacks in a small time frame, is

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    Jaws Blockbuster Effect

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    Known as one of the greatest and most famous films of all time, Jaws was recognized as a summer blockbuster after its release in June 1975. Jaws, directed by Steven Spielberg, was highly known for its outstanding cinematography, scenic music, as well as the effect it had on filmmaking history with the tremendously small budget they had of 9 million dollars. This film created a summer blockbuster by being the start of great suspense, action, and strong effects and explosions. Movies these days have

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    Jaws: American Thriller

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    Task 1- Thriller Genre: Jaws (1975) trailer The text Jaws is an American Thriller film released in 1975. It is a suspenseful, tense script that focuses on the use of iconography, narrative conventions and character conventions to build a masterpiece of thriller text. Through the use of these elements, Jaws becomes an effective example of the codes and conventions of the thriller genre. The text Jaws is famous for its effective use of iconography. Diegetic and non-diegetic sound play key roles in

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    Jaws: Shark and Water

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    Jaws (1975) Media Coursework Peter Benchley wrote "Jaws" the novel before it was made into a film directed by Steven Spielberg. "Jaws" is a thriller/horror with the main aim being to build up suspense and tension. When making the film Jaws Steven Spielberg had to face the challenging task of translating Benchley’s popular novel into a hit movie whilst still maintaining the suspense created through the many textual devices used by Benchley, such as language techniques and sentence structure. Spielberg

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    Jaws Cinematography

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    During the film Steve Spielberg uses music, a mysterious shark and camera techniques such as simultaneous track and zoom, long shot, close up shots and medium shots to build suspense, tension and scare the audience. The music represents the shark, especially its movements and its presence. In the title sequence the camera is moving along the seabed like a shark. Spielberg makes the audience believe that the camera is viewing things through the shark’s eyes, he uses a camera shot called point of

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    Jaws Film Analysis

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    Jaws premiered on June 20, 1975. Steven Spielberg directed the film, accompanied by screenwriters Peter Benchley and Carl Gottlieb. Jaws has many film techniques that accompany the main characters. The main characters of the filmed are played by Roy Scheider (Brody), Robert Shaw (Quint), Richard Dreyfuss (Matt Hooper), and Murray Hamilton (Mayor Larry Vaughn). Director Steven Spielberg uses many different film techniques to emphasize different scenes in the movie and command the audience’s attention

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    In April of 1975, Saigon, the South Vietnamese capital, fell. This triggered the end of the Vietnam War, the only real defeat in American military history. Two months later, the movie Jaws was released, and it was a smash hit, the first real blockbuster in the history of American cinema. The success of the film is of course related to the fact that it was based on a popular book, built suspense like few if any previous films had done, and of course was marketed and released on an unprecedented scale

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    The film Jaws is deemed as one of the greatest movies of all time, it is not only a movie, but it changed the movie industry due to its success. The success of Jaws is a result of the mass of advertising the producers did. Jaws was the first film to have a “wide release”, opening at the same time across the country and making it the highest grossing film at the time. The vast amount of detail the producers went into advertising can be seen in the Jaws’ movie poster. Through the vivid red title, the

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