Jaws 2

Synopsis: Four years after the events of the original "Jaws", the town of Amity suddenly experiences series of mysterious boating accidents and disappearances. Chief of Police, Martin Brody, fears that another shark is out there, but he is ignored by the townsfolk. Unfortunately, he's right. There is another Great White in the sea. And it wants revenge.
Director(s): Jeannot Szwarc
Production: MCA Universal Home Video
Rotten Tomatoes:
116 min

[ Ferry Horn Bellowing ]

Come on,

come on, come on.

[ Ferry Horn Bellowing ]

# [ "Downtown" Continues ]

Where the hell

have you been?


That I figured. Honey,

this is a big deal for me.

Well, Hendricks had

the keys to the jeep, and

I couldn't find the spares.


Listen, do me a favor.

Act as if you've been

here the whole time.

How do I do that?

Just look bored.

Thank you,

Amity High School Band,

for that eloquent selection.

We're happy once again--

Mama, Michael

won't talk to me.

What are you

doing here, tiger?

Mrs. Silvera couldn't come.

It's okay. It's okay.

And now, this year's

Miss Amity,

Tina Wilcox,

[ Wolf Whistle ]

Will cut the ribbon...

officially opening

this luxurious new hotel.

This money tree,

you may have noticed,

is donated by...

Len Peterson, the builder

of Amity Shores Condominiums,

as a gesture of goodwill

towards the community.

Let's hear it for Len.

[ Applause ]

Thank you, Len.

as a special gift...

to the Amity

Scholarship Fund.

Go ahead, Tina.

Cut it.

That a girl.

And now the Amity

High School Band once again.

Refreshments on

the patio, everyone.

Oh, boy.

# [ Playing

"The Girl from Ipanema" ]

Brody, how are ya?

Hey, Len,

how are ya?

Hello, Martin.

I think it went well.

Hell of a speech, Larry.

Terrific. Larry, it was

right on the money.

Thank you very much, Len.

Have you met my son Larry?

No, no.

Uh, Larry Junior. Larry,

would you get over here, please?

Don't go away.

Here we go, Larry.

Say hello to Len.

How you doin'?

Hi, Lar.

Nice-lookin' boy.


Honey, would you be a love,

make sure the bar is open...

and everyone is taken

care of and happy, hmm?


Yes, sir,

fantastic lady.

Don't know what I

would do without her.


Neither do I.

How old is

your cousin?

She's 1 7.

She's a senior.

I'm not crazy

about blind dates.

Oh, they're okay if they got

little white canes and tin cups.

That's awful.

Oh, what the hell.

Did your mom put

all this together?

Yeah, it's her job.

She make the punch?



It's terrible.

# [ Big Band ]

Hey, you dance?


Me neither.

Who you gonna

ask next?

Tina Wilcox.

Ed's girlfriend.

You're crazy.

It doesn't hurt to ask.

Sometimes the most beautiful

girls are the loneliest.

That's a crock of sh*t.

I know.

Was it the fourth or fifth

night at the Jersey shore?

It was the fourth. I thought

you wouldn't respect me.

I did, I did.

Why don't we

get out of here?

Wanna fool around?

Why not?

You're on.

[ Hendricks ]

This pipe has more

barnacles than you do.

What are

you doing?

I told you, brush it off to

your left. Your other left.

Hey, I thought you're

supposed to be off duty.

Well, good morning.

Till noon this is

on my own time.

Hey, Chief!


We got a gold-plater

in the main channel.

A big cruiser.


Off the point.

No running lights.

Just a diver's flag.

Want me to

run out there?

Yeah, would you? I can't

run this damn thing anyway.

Happy to do it.

Okay, I'll see you

back at the office.

And take the old man

of the sea with you.

[ Hendricks ]

All right,

cast off the bowline.

And then cast

off the stern line.

And then cast off

the spring line.

Let's go!

Look, we're only gonna

be here for a few minutes

and then we're goin' out.

Can't I come

with you?



He can come

with me if he wants.


No. No yea. Boo.

Off the boat, brat.

Ah, he can help me

at least then. Come on.

Boo. Big brothers.

Hey, Sean, you ever

been an anchor before?

Come on. Whoa.

Hey, Mike, hi.

Going out right away?

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Peter Benchley

Peter Bradford Benchley (May 8, 1940 – February 11, 2006) was an American author. He wrote the novel Jaws and co-wrote its subsequent film adaptation with Carl Gottlieb. Several more of his works were also adapted for cinema, including The Deep, The Island, Beast, and White Shark. more…

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