Inevitable Remakes: “Jaws”

John Murphy

Co-founder of Gateway Apps, LLC., a software development firm specializing in mobile application development and web applications. In his spare time, John loves watching movies and writing about them in an amateurish fashion.

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13 Responses

  1. Ty Tag Ty Tag says:

    the answer is no,no no no no no no,and to answer your question NO!

  2. Nigel Druitt says:

    I must say, I like the idea of Fassbender as Quint…

    • John Murphy says:

      I think he would do a wonderful job as usual. And I thought it uncanny that Adrien Brody has the same last name as the main character and looks eerily similar to Roy Scheider

  3. Jason Harris Jason Harris says:

    say it ain’t so…

  4. Sure. And while we’re at it why don’t we remake Star Wars, The Godfather, Casablanca and Gone With The Wind.

  5. Charles Does says:

    They would start off with a supposedly good script and cast. Then by the time it was over Jaws would be a musical based in the year 3255 focusing around an extraterrestrial shark holding people hostage on Jupiter.

  6. Connor Adamson says:

    While I am not a huge fan of Jaws overall (or Spielberg for that matter), I also do not think that remake could top what Spielberg did with the material. His direction is what makes the film work. A remake could be good, but it would require a director with a distinctive vision to try something different. And at that point, I wouldn’t consider it “Jaws” so much as another director’s own shark attack film.

  7. David Conrad says:

    Quint forbid the day. This is probably the first film I ever loved. It’s my mom’s favorite of all time, and she let me watch it from a young age. The alchemy of Shaw, Scheider, and Dreyfuss, not to mention Hamilton and Gary, is too perfect to alter. A remake is likely to suffer from the same lack of them that the sequels suffer.

  8. BubbaJ says:

    It’s eventually going to happen, and if you feel strongly against a remake here’s a novel idea….

    Just don’t go to the cinema and see it.

    …but you know you will when it happens