Jaws 3-D

Synopsis: Several years after Amity's former Police Chief Martin Brody electrocuted the shark at Cable Junction, his sons, Mike & Sean, are now working in different roles at Sea World Orlando. Mike is working as a park engineer and considering marriage to his girlfriend, killer whale biologist Kathryn Morgan. Sean is also involved with 1 of the park's water skiers, Kelly Ann Bukowski. Sea World is about to open a massive 'Undersea Kingdom' which will bring visitors closer to marine life than ever before. The park is accessible from the ocean by a series of gates, one of which malfunctions. A young Great White Shark swims through the gate, and when a maintenance diver heads down to fix the gate he does not return. The young Great White is captured & placed in a tank but soon dies despite Kathryn's best efforts to save it. More alarming though, is the young shark's massive, 35 foot mother which has followed the baby shark into the lagoon and killed the maintenance diver, whose body is recovered. I
Director(s): Joe Alves
Production: MCA Universal Home Video
  5 nominations.
 
IMDB:
3.6
Metacritic:
27
Rotten Tomatoes:
11%
PG
Year:
1983
99 min
165 Views

(Crunch)

(Highest girl) Come on, slow poke!

Don't lean forward!

Don't lean forward!

(Laughing)

(Man ) Come on, Overman.

Give us a break, will you?

Look at the clown

in the jockey shorts!

Kelly, come on. Pay attention.

Hey, girls!

Do it like this! Ooh!

(Man ) Damn it, Kelly! Do the job!

Next time we're goin'

right into the lagoon.

The lagoon is my favourite! (Laughs )

Damn boat.

l flooded the... Damn boat!

(Girl) Come on, Richie.

l got a date tonight!

(Skier) Through the gate!

(Richie ) Come on, baby.

OK, guys, here we go.

Oh! That's right. Good.

(Woman ) You've been chosen

for your neatness,

courtesy toward others

and your Southern grace.

We enforce our dress code here,

so keep your hair and nails trimmed.

And, please,

don't alter your costumes.

Once you've got your Sea World

guide apparel,

the shorts are short enough.

(Girl giggles )

Show any cheek and you'll be back

shovellin' french fries.

(Girls giggling)

Now, let's continue with our welcome

speech again. All together now.

(All) Welcome to Sea World,

the world's largest marine life park.

Above and below the surface

of our unique Undersea Kingdom...

(Man ) The park opens on Saturday.

All this week has been,

and continues to be, preview week,

during which family and friends

attend Sea World as our guests.

This is the Undersea Kingdom,

four years under construction,

at a cost of more than $34 million.

Four pressurised viewing tunnels

radiate out into the lagoon.

There's the Sunken Spanish Galleon,

Jonah's Marine Fun House,

the Deepwater Coral Forest,

all connected to Central Control.

And a deluxe restaurant and lounge,

all 40 feet below the surface.

The complex is built

in our manmade lagoon,

which connects to the ocean

by a deep channel.

The new additions to Sea World

are the brainchild

of entrepreneur Calvin Bouchard.

(Kelly) Hi, guys!

(Girl) Now you can close the gate.

(Gate motor whirring)

(Thud)

(Man ) Jesus!

Overman, l thought you said

those tracks were secure.

Hey, l welded

the damn thing myself.

(Worker) Something's

hung the gate up.

(2nd worker) Better get Brody.

He'll be pissed.

Whoo!

(Guy ) Here's the lagoon.

Set up for the turn.

(PR man ) l call your attention

to the Sea World skiers,

who are entering the lagoon

in a preview

of the opening day ceremonies.

(Reporters chattering, indistinct)

Here come my pride and joy.

(Female reporter)

Can we talk to Mr Bouchard?

- Beautiful. Just beautiful!

- (Girl skier) Hi!

(Man ) ..this exciting complex.

We WOULD like to avoid

references to his colourful past.

(Woman ) Did the Undersea Kingdom

really cost $30 million?

Aren't those kids great?

Mr Bouchard, is there anything

special goin' on openin' day?

Well, this afternoon, at the main

gate, we'll be pleased to announce...

the welcomin' of Mr Philip FitzRoyce.

Oh, really? ls that true?

No lie, he gonna be here.

Now, we got drinks at the bar.

They free. Come on, follow me.

(Reporters laugh)

- What's it look like?

- lt's off the track.

- How'd that happen?

- l can't tell, but she is jammed.

Just wouldn't close, Mike.

(Overman ) Now what do we do?

Somethin' knocked the

son-of-a-bitch right off the track.

Just secure the damn gate, all right?

- Think you can handle that?

- On overtime, maybe.

You got enough overtime.

- Your party.

- You buy the beer, Brody.

Well, look, you're in charge.

See you guys later.

l got more important things to do.

- No overtime.

- OK. See you, Mike.

(Shouting) No overtime!

(All shouting, laughing) No overtime!

(Dolphins clicking)

(Clicking loudly)

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Richard Matheson

Richard Burton Matheson (February 20, 1926 – June 23, 2013) was an American author and screenwriter, primarily in the fantasy, horror, and science fiction genres. He is best known as the author of I Am Legend, a 1954 science fiction horror vampire novel that has been adapted for the screen four times, as well as the movie Somewhere In Time for which Matheson wrote the screenplay, based on his novel Bid Time Return. Matheson also wrote 16 television episodes of The Twilight Zone, including "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet" and "Steel". He adapted his 1971 short story "Duel" as a screenplay directed by a young Steven Spielberg, for the television film of the same name that year. Seven more of his novels or short stories have been adapted as major motion pictures — The Shrinking Man, Hell House, What Dreams May Come, Bid Time Return (filmed as Somewhere in Time), A Stir of Echoes, Steel (filmed as Real Steel), and Button, Button. Lesser movies based on his work include two from his early noir novels — Cold Sweat, based on his novel Riding the Nightmare, and Les seins de glace (Icy Breasts), based on his novel Someone is Bleeding. more…

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