Steven Spielberg’s JAWS, arguably the greatest summer movie ever made, will be screened July 2nd through 4th, 2016 at Brooklyn’s Nitehawk Cinema. Here are the times and showtimes (if you’re planning on going, get tickets now as this sells out quickly):
Saturday, July 02, 2015 – 11:30 am
Sunday, July 03, 2015 – 11:30 am
Sunday, July 05, 2015 – 11:25 am
From the press release:
Nitehawk’s got a panic on their hands on the Fourth of July – our annual Fourth of July weekend screening of JAWS is back! Don’t miss our Saturday and Sunday matinees along with an additional screening on Independence Day (2pm)!
Steven Spielberg’s glorious Jaws is the film that defined the blockbuster and has made generations of movie-goers terrified of going into the water. When a giant great white sharks swims into the town of Amityville during the Fourth of July holiday and begins munching on vacationers, it sets off a battle on both land and in the sea. The first half of Jaws is the struggle of New Yorker sheriff Brody is get the mayor on board with the idea that a man-eating shark is cause enough to close the beach. The second half is an adventurous boat trip with Brody, marine biologist “city hands” Hooper, and salty fisherman “chalkboard” Quint as they battle the shark on its own surf. In between, you get a lot of intensely scary moments. Trust us, you’ll never forget the first time you see that shark pop out of the water on the big screen!