Monday, August 11, 2014

Shore Flicks

 Last Wednesday, the hubs and I watched the movie Jaws...
 
here on the beach in Spring Lake, New Jersey.
 
Shore Flicks presents these summer movies free and
 they are always aired during the week,
just for the locals. 

 It was a beautiful night on the beach,

and the movie "Jaws" did not disappoint.
 
We have not seen this movie in years, it was fun to see it again...
and watching it on the beach, what an experience!!
 

24 comments:

  1. This is a great setting to watch this movie. I remember watching it in the theater when it first came out.

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  2. Wow beautiful setting by the water to watch a movie that still has me shiver thinking of going in the water:):):) Oh that is a nice way to spend your time it is beautiful there. HUG B

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  3. oh, my! that would add a touch of reality and an extra shiver up the spine! :) love the idea!

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  4. Jaws - is one of those movies that will never get old. it still gets me nervous about sharks!! nuts! i can hear the soundtrack now. ( :

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  5. What fun to go to the movies on the beach at night! UMMMM, jaws, I have to admit that this movie totally ruined my swimming in the ocean. Have never forgotten it .

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  6. Such a lovely "theatre"! I remember seeing Jaws just before a vacation to the Bahamas, I was afraid to go into the ocean!

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  7. Gosh I bet it was fun. To be sitting on that beach watching that movie.

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  8. Jaws still scares me! There seems to be more shark sightings every year here on the Atlantic coast, so my worries aren't groundless! I love Spring Lake -- such a beautiful town!

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  9. I'd be looking over my shoulder, watching for sharks! :-) What a great idea!

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  10. OH! JAWS? That could have been a bit scary to watch on a beach. :))

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  11. The film "Jaws" I watched a few times.
    I wish I had at the beach.
    It had to be exciting feeling.
    Greetings.
    Lucia

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  12. That's so great your community offers that! I remember seeing Jaws as a teenager several times, and each time it scared me to death.

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  13. What a fun idea having movies on the beach!I'm surprised they chose Jaws...seems like they'd be worried no one would want to go back in the water! :-)

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  14. Did you go swimming after the movie? :-}

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  15. This must be so much fun, Debbie, and what beautiful weather you had.

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  16. I saw "Jaws" once and will not watch it again. It was good, but gave me nightmares that still come back to me now and then. Crazy, I know. I just know that it's not safe to go back into the water.

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  17. Oh my gosh, I can't imagine watching that movie on the beach. To tell you the truth we saw it at a drive-in when it first came out and I haven't been able to watch it since. I got so sick. I still get a little stomach ache just thinking about it. I do know I have probably seen worse things over the years but for some reason this one affected me.
    I think I will thanks you for the quick memory.
    Blessings and hugs!

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  18. What an appropriate setting! And fun, I'm sure! You know that movie actually happened, right? ;-)

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  19. A movie on the beach sounds like fun, Debbie. I am not so sure about seeing Jaws though. Great shots!

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  20. How appropriate! I can remember after my girls read the book, they were terrified to go out in the row boat on an inland lake. I kept telling them that sharks live in salt water, not in lakes, but still--of course it was fun to walk up behind them and start the music--
    Dah Dah!.
    Dah, Dah!.
    Dah, Dah, Dah, Dah,..........

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  21. A good summer movie...beware of the shark :)))
    kisses.

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  22. I have seen the Jaws,Debbie and i was scared to swim in the beach!But its a great idea to watch a movie next to the beach!
    Dimi...

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  23. And Jaws also.
    This is a nice place to looking at a movie!

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