->''"Shark ''still'' looks fake."''
-->--'''Marty''', ''Film/BackToTheFuturePartII''

The second sequel to ''Film/{{Jaws}}'', released in the year 1983.

Several years have passed from the Amity Island incidents, and Michael Brody, now grown up, is working for the [=SeaWorld=]. But now he must fight a killer shark of his own, as a gigantic one makes the place its home and starts eating the employees and customers.

!!This film has the examples:

* ThreeDMovie: Coinciding with ThirdIs3D.
* ArtisticLicenseBiology: Sharks are not able to swim backwards.
** When the shark is blown up, a lengthy chunk of large intestine goes flying towards the screen along with the jaw fragments. Sharks' intestines are very short and look ''nothing'' like that.
** Also, the shark is supposedly attacking people out of anger for her baby being killed. In real life, sharks don't give a shit about their offspring once they're born. Some even eat them!
** The mother shark in this film is also gigantic. An estimated 35ft in length. The largest Great Whites in real life typically don't reach any longer than 20ft (with 23ft being the maximum accepted size estimate).
** The shark also eats one of its victims by chewing it. Sharks use their teeth to cut their food off their victims. They don't chew their food.
* AttackOfTheTownFestival: Events of the film coincides with preparations to open a water park.
* BlackDudeDiesFirst: Averted - [[spoiler: not only is the first person to get killed a white man, but park manager Calvin (the main black character) survives the entire movie.]]
** A black man is however, the first--in fact, the only-- person to die during the final sequence.
* CanonDiscontinuity: ''The Revenge'' ignores this film's events.
* CaptainErsatz: The park, [=SeaWorld=], obviously based on the real thing, but with some notable differences, such as being linked to the open ocean.
* ChekhovsGun: The grenade that the British scientists intend to use to blow up the shark. They don't get to use it, [[spoiler: what with the Brit being ''eaten'' by the shark and all, but Mike and Kay do.]]
** The lifeline the British scientists intend to use to get out of the filtration pipe. [[spoiler: Is it really any surprise when it snaps, leaving one of them to become the shark's midnight snack?]]
* DoesNotLikeShoes: Kelly, who kicks off her sandals to get into a bumper boat barefoot. Her job at SeaWorld probably doesn't let her wear shoes very often, anyway.
* EatenAlive: The shark swallows [=FitzRoyce=] alive, in vivid detail.
* [[EvilDetectingDog Evil Detecting Dolphin]]: The dolphins act skittish and edgy as soon as the shark shows up, to the point where they seem to be explicitly warning Mike and Kay away from exploring a shipwreck, knowing that the shark is lurking nearby.
* {{Heroic Dolphin}}s: Cindy and Sandy rescue Kay and Mike from a shark after attempting to keep them out of the Galleon. Later, one of them gets in front of the shark, again allowing Mike and Kay time to escape. It initially appears to be a HeroicSacrifice on the dolphin's part, before InfantImmortality kicks in.
* HotScientist: Kay, the park's marine biologist.
* IdiotBall: Calvin Bouchard. He obviously has little to no working knowledge of marine life or structural engineering, yet constantly overrides his expert staff. First, he ignores Kay's orders as chief marine biologist to keep the captured great white in the tank until she says its ready to move again (killing the only great white in captivity shortly after doing so), then during the tunnel rescue operation he orders the pumps of the straining filtration pipes (where the shark is being contained)shut down because he's worried about the cost of replacing it.
* LosingYourHead: When the shark bites a fish in half, its severed head is shown moving (in 3D!).
* [[MamaBear Mama Shark]]: It's implied that the mother shark's behavior is partly out of revenge for the capture and death of her infant.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Bouchard orders the filtration pipe pump shut down right in the middle of the operation to fix the underwater tunnels, fully aware that they were used to keep the shark confined. He's more worried about the cost of the pump if it burns out, and incorrectly assumes that the locked grate will keep that gigantic thing in the pipe.
* NotQuiteDead: Dolphin Sandy in the film's ending.
* NumberedSequels
* PeekABooCorpse: One appears in the middle of an aquarium display, and is soon followed by its maker.
* SequelEscalation: The shark in this film is the biggest one in the series.
* SharkTunnel: The underwater tunnels of Seaworld.
* SteelEarDrums: An explosion underwater doesn't seem to be inconvenient at all to our heroes.
* ThreateningShark
* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: Sean has a fear of water following his experiences in the last movie.