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Fins and Fears The first movie that made an incredible impact on my life would have to be any of the Jaws thrillers This movie depicts a great white shark as an evil demon out for blood and gore Many innocent trips into the ocean turned fatal And the director Steven Spielberg managed to come up with four movies with numerous ways a shark can attack One movie in the series that sticks out vividly would have to be Jaws The Return directed by Joseph Sargent It was right around the time I was eight years old I had more nightmares about this movie than I can count To this day I have an unbelievable fear of any body of water other than pools This fear has stretched to my fear of bridges crossing over water This movie was a plausible well-directed film to the point that even viewing the movie today I still become frightened Regardless of how old this movie becomes I believe it can scar a child for life if heshe watches it at a young age such as myself And I regret ever sneaking behind my parents back to watch this movie My young rebellious action has caused a phobia that will never cease There are many scenes I can never forget and everyday I go to the beach or lake I will experience flashbacks of the movie in my mind warning me to stay away from the water In Jaws The Return Ellen Brody Lorraine Gary is convinced that the same kind of shark that attacked her husband and kids in the past is out to finish her family off in this third sequel to the 1975 Steven Spielberg classic When her youngest son now taking over for his father as sheriff of Amity Island is killed by a shark while investigating wreckage in Amity Harbor on Christmas Eve Ellen Brody escapes with her other son Mike Lance Guest
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