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Interview: 'Jaws' Director Spielberg talks about making movies

Steven Spielberg, the director of "Jaws," was recently in town to promote the film and the following conversation with THE MIAMI PHOENIX ensued.
Jawing about Jaws
By PHOENIX STAFF  |  July 20, 2012
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Review: Jaws

It's interesting that the two most exciting films of the summer are so directly at odds with each other: while Nashville works against all our usual notions of linear plot, traditional character development and precise cinematic meaning, Jaws is tri
Terrifyingly good
By JANET MASLIN  |  July 20, 2012
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Review: Alien

Be forewarned: sleep won't come easily the night you see Alien .
Oh, The Horror! The creature-feature enters a new realm
By STEPHEN SCHIFF  |  June 08, 2012
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Stunt pizzas

Pizza pies on the silver screen.
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By DAVID KISH  |  August 26, 2011

Scenes from the Plaza Classic Film Festival


Boston's Alloy Orchestra scores Metropolis EL PASO, TEXAS - It's the West Texas city that Whole Foods forgot, though the chain started up in Austin....
By Gerald Peary  |  August 24, 2010
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Shout it out!

Sharks Come Cruisin' founder Mark Lambert is a Warwick native with a penchant for reworking and penning sea shanties from centuries past, often revised with rollicking punk flare — all thanks to the golden pipes of Quint, the shark-obsessed skipper in J
Sharks Come Cruisin’ corner the punk rock/sea shanty market
By CHRIS CONTI  |  January 08, 2010


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Film: Universal Bites Jaws Into Vineyard

Gov. Sargent posed for the photos on a pier in Edgartown, preparing to let fly a bottle of vintage California champagne against the hill of the Orca, a pleasure craft transformed into a Nova Scotian Trawler to be used in Universal's production of Jaws.
"All is grist to their mill."  
By PETER BIRGE  |  June 19, 2009

Into the heart of sharkness

Unless you are a spectacularly moronic daredevil hell-bent on getting shark-shanked, New Englanders are more likely to be mowed down by a molasses tsunami or felled by Lizzie Borden's ax than they are to die in the maw of Jaws.
Shark expert Greg Skomal torpedoes the Great White hype
By SHAULA CLARK  |  June 12, 2009
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Heart of sharkness

Unless you are a spectacularly moronic Masshole hell-bent on getting shark-shanked, New Englanders are more likely to be mowed down by a molasses tsunami or felled by Lizzie Borden's ax than they are to die in the maw of Jaws.
Shark expert Greg Skomal torpedoes the great white hype
By SHAULA CLARK  |  June 10, 2009