Hey all, Last night i was lucky enough to see a screening of a BRAND NEW print of Jaws here in NYC. The good news: The print looked absolutely amazing. The bad news: it utilized the same new sound mix that was used for the DVD,including new foley effects. It was my first time seeing it on the big screen and was the last on my list of my top 5 movies ever to see there. It's amazing how much more you can appreciate films when you see them in a theater on a big screen and with an audience. There are so many layers to this film and I'm truly amazed at how commercial it is/was and yet still has action, depth, tension and drama. After the film was over, there was a Q&A session with one of the producers and Richard Dreyfuss and I got to ask the last question. I told them that I was 26 years old and this was my first time seeing it in a theater. There is a whole generation of movie-goers out there who have never seen it as such and I asked if there was anything special planned for the 30th anniversary next year (re-release?)? The audience applauded and some people in the front started chanting "re-release." Both of them pretty much dodged the question and never answered it. Think we'll get one? Or is this how Universal is going to be showing the movie from now on? I just thought it was odd that they would strike a new print just for this one screening if they weren't interested in seeing how it would do for a re-release. Thoughts? Would you go to see it?