I feel like 'Jaws' is the kind of movie that people would not believe I have never seen. Calling myself a movie lover, it is easy to see how people could come to that conclusion based on my record of watching this classic thriller. I am happy to say that 'Jaws' has not alluded me this time and I am glad I got the catch. I missed John Williams' phenomenal score, that only complements the fear and desperation that the great white invokes. I missed special effects that prove CGI always is not the best thing (look at Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus). Roy Scheider, Robert Shaw, and Richard Dreyfuss are compelling to watch as the three that finally take down the dreaded predator. As the police chief, Scheider is solid, invoking a sense of authority while being haunted by his past fear of the sea. Richard Dreyfuss' enthusiasm as the shark expert is infectious. Robert Shaw as Quint brings an unhinged bravery to the role of Quint. These three together at the end are great and kept the momentum of the movie going. Before the hunt we were greeted by scenes of fear and political ineptitude. The blood, screams, and fear of sharks are all things that 'Jaws' boasts. This was Spielberg when he kept it simple. This is when he would not focus on a bloated plot or soaring emotions.