Jaws Blu-Ray Review: Need a Bigger TV

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Jaws, the Steven Spielberg film that ushered in the era of the summer blockbuster, is being released for the first time on Blu-Ray. As part of Universal’s 100 anniversary celebration, the studio put its digital restoration team to the test and they have emerged with what is likely to be the best Blu-Ray of 2012.

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This is one Blu-ray I will buy. I have the DVD but after watching the restoration film I'm convinced this is well worth a second purchase. I still remember going to the theatre when it was originally released, with my wife and being totally caught up in the movie. At the end when the shark made it's last run you could have cut the tension in the theatre with a knife. When the air tank blew the audience exploded with applause and you could almost hear a collective release of air from their lungs, as like me, most had been holding their breath. I know I have never experienced that level of emotion in any other motion picture.