After two trips to Amity Island, the JAWS makes a bold but brilliant move in relocating the action to the Sea World amusement park, where a pair of sharks terrorize the local marine life and park goers! Mike Brody, the oldest son of Chief Martin Brody, has taken a position designing the newest attractions at the theme park. As fate would have it, he comes face to face with another Great White shark that has entered the park through a deep sea channel. With the help of other staffers, he manages to capture the shark and put it on display, but what he doesn't know is that the shark's 35-foot mother isn't far behind... At the time of its release, the 3-D gimmick was at the height of its popularity. While the eye-popping effects may have entertained theater audiences in the 80's, the subsequent home video releases are left with lingering, discolored scenes that are entirely out of place from the rest of the film. This is but a minor distraction, however, and there is still plenty of fun to be had in the script without the help of the old red-and-blue visors. Watching two White sharks run amok in a giant undersea kingdom while attacking water skiers and performers is a dream come true for many Horror fans. Alan Parker steps in with a highly energetic new score that compliments the theme park setting, while the infamous shark theme from JAWS remains intact. What is most surprising about JAWS 3 is the amount of blood and gore than managed to make its way in to the theaters for a film that earned a PG rating from the MPAA. Floating heads and severed limbs cloud the screen in blood, which must have been a real treat in the original 3-D. A young Dennis Quaid and Bess Armstrong headline as the film's leads, with each providing an enjoyable and fresh new role to the series. Unfortunately, the sharks in this film are at their very worst when it comes to the physical puppets, but anyone willing to suspend their disbelief will find plenty to enjoy in this third entry.