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How embracing its flaws allowed Jaws 3-D to be so bad it's good
Just when you thought it was safe again to surf the internet, another Jaws 3-D article pops up in your immediate horizon like a shark fin. But before you laugh and dismiss it with one splash of your mighty hand, let's revisit the film that struggled under great expectations with some perspective from its producer. Let's start fresh. I remember seeing Jaws 3-D in the theatres in 1983 as a 10 year old, 3D glasses and all. It's worth pointing out that back then, not everyone was internet smart. I do not recall the audience walking out or complaining in the theatre. I liked it as a kid and though I did notice some of the bigger flaws, it did provide some