Jaws

Movie • 1975 • Adventure  Report
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cbro6749
The dog Pippin in JAWS does die playing fetch in the water. You don't see him die but you see his stick and the missing dog. Let's just say he ran away.
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godard
While the animal cruelty towards the shark was simulated, the following involved abuse/death of actual animals: 1)The production flew in a 13-foot tiger shark caught off the coast of Florida to use for the scene where the townspeople string up a shark on the dock thought to be the shark. 2)The production had been working for a week, trying to get a shark to attack the cage, but sharks don’t normally do that. Finally, one day, a shark came over and got its nose stuck in a bridle. Sharks go crazy when they are trapped. The shark went berserk and they used that footage (with an empty cage), because it looked as if the shark were attacking the cage.
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Does a pet die?
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RockyBalboa
Dogs do not fight in this film.
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Are there bugs?
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A tiger shark is killed for bounty and in the end the monster shark explodes killed by oxygen tank
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CJ1999
There are no dragons in this movie, only an abnormally large and unnaturally aggressive Great White Shark.
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Does an animal die?
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magicdog2013games
Aside from Bruce and the dog from earlier there is also a tiger shark who is killed for a bounty
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Does a cat die?
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Towards the start of the film, people try and convince the main character there’s not actually a shark and that he’s making it up/there’s nothing to worry about
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Fanmouse
No one is stalked per se, sharks do hunt their prey though.
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denialol
Joint in the opening
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magicdog2013games
mentioned earlier in the movie that the protagonist was kicked out of the new york police department for being alcoholic he is later seen with quint and Hooper drunk in the second act of the film
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Eggdadddy
A character removes his tooth prosthesis, revealing an implant below.
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Clinton
A leg floats to the bottom of "the pond" after a man is nom-nomed by the shark.
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RockyBalboa
Yes, a hand is seen from the first victim, and a missing leg appears in the pond.
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Helloo
But there is a hanging of a ded shark on the dock
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Terence McCoy
As part of a jump scare, a severed head floats into view with an empty eye socket.
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MatthewOLeary
unpleasant, scary death =/= torture
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GameBustoNaut
Y'know, drowning?
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GameBustoNaut
Not necessarily, as no anatomical gore is ever shown, but they do have a slightly off putting substitute for blood/gore used in the movie
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Towards the end of the movie, the shark bites a characters legs and there is an audible snap. I don’t have the timestamp for it but he starts sliding towards the gaping mouth of the shark so it should be pretty clear before it actually happens so you can skip! 👍
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For anyone who doesn't know what the raft scene is, a boy is playing in the water on an inflatable raft. The shark attacks him from below and the boy is seen being dragged a bit in bloody water before being dragged under. There is a lot of blood and you see the boy both as he is attacked both above and below the water.
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Johnconn19
In the novel, but they removed that plot point for the movie
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RockyBalboa
No ghosts appear.
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RockyBalboa
No clowns appear in this film.
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DragonfruitT
There's a tiny one and 1 or 2 major ones
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Terence McCoy
Quint spits up blood while being eaten by the shark.
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fellowxfriends
This movie is completely SAFE!
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denialol
Graphic sounds of a man being mauled by a shark.
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SiRenfield
You could somewhat argue yes in regards to Brody being our lead character. Although if there’s any solace he’s MUCH worse in the book (see the entry on that although TW: sexual assault)
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ConnorFitz
While not used on a human being, the character of Hooper does attempt to inject the shark with poison but fails to do so. The syringe is only on screen for maybe 4 seconds total.
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Clinton
So many "no's" here? Did everyone forget that Brody's son is sent to the hospital after the beach scene where the shark enters "the pond" because of shock?
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RockyBalboa
People freak out as they are being bitten from the shark.
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BlaiddGwyn
Not exactly misophonia, but Quint drags his fingernails down a chalkboard.
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denialol
No one kills themselves.
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Audvocado
The scenes on the boat are pretty rocky.
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Does a baby cry?
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RockyBalboa
Not a thing in this film.
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Clinton
No black people die at all during the movie.
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The opening scene the women is seen in the water topless
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Very beginning of the movie in the water where a women is swimming naked.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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SarahLawson
The shark got blown up, and I was very sad.
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RockyBalboa
Santa isn't in the film.
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RockyBalboa
No, but people die from the shark.
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SkyEnlightenedMinds
Technically, but it is against the shark.
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livebackwards
Multiple shots of bloody water, severed limbs, people being bitten and/or eaten by the title character, several corpses, giant bloody explosion at the end. A movie with this much blood & gore in it today would be rated R, but the seventies were different.
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RockyBalboa
There's no nukes in this film.
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Clinton
Although not on screen, Ben Gardner (the corps in the sunken boat) would have drowned inside the wreck.
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