Jaws: The Revenge (1987) – The Marvellous Michael Caine Blogathon

Just for fun, my thoughts once again on Jaws: The Revenge!

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Jaws: The Revenge (1987) – Review

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(alternative tagline – “Satan himself could not get me to do a Jaws part 4”
Roy Schneider

(alternative ALTERNATIVE tagline – “I have never seen it [Jaws: The Revenge], but by all accounts it is terrible. However, I have seen the house that it built, and it is terrific.” –
Michael Caine


Thanks so much to Gill for allowing to have me in this great blogathon celebrating the super Michael Caine. I literally knew STRAIGHT AWAY which film I wanted to review and not only am I thinking this is going to be a great pleasure to write, but it was truthfully  also a big pleasure to watch (again – for the first time properly since I was young).

Jaws: The Revenge !!!!

There will be some spoilers but is anyone really bothered?

Though JTR (as I shall be calling it from…

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2 Responses to Jaws: The Revenge (1987) – The Marvellous Michael Caine Blogathon

  1. johnrieber says:

    I love this review – I knew about the Caine quote regarding the film – and the house – and he was always very honest about the $$$ aspect of his job…still, imagine sitting through all 4 “Jaws” films in a row….the superlative first one would be VERY FAR AWAY by the time this ended!

  2. beetleypete says:

    I just checked out my previous comment, and that still holds good.
    Always nice to see your blog pop up!
    As ever, Pete. XXX

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