Film Analysis: "Jaws" and "Deep Blue Sea"
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This paper explains that the films "Jaws" (1975), by Steven Spielberg, and "Deep Blue Sea", (1999) by Renny Harlin, reveal similar films, but with different twists within the action/thriller shark movie category. In regards to the technology used in Spielberg's 1975 masterpiece, it appears that less was more in creating a monster that brought terror to the American population.
From the Paper:"This formal film analysis will examine the comparison and contrast between the two films: "Jaws", (1975 by Steven Spielberg, and "Deep Blue Sea", (1999) by Renny Harlin. In this manner, the narrative structure of the film closely follows the dictates of dramatic representation in how human beings survive against sharks. The fury of nature and social hysteria becomes the critical focal point in both of these films, as the terrifying darkness of what may lurk in the oceans is brought forth."
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