Movie: Jaws 3-D (1983)

The concept, in theory, is pretty cool: Through those plastic 3D glasses, audience members are given the impression that Jaws, one of the greatest movie monsters ever, is about to bite their faces off as the Great White opens its chompers and extends out of the screen. Back in 1983, though, the properly advanced three-dimensional technology wasn't quite there yet, and the already bad shark effects in Jaws 3-D—particularly a shot where the fish crashes through a control room's glass walls—are made all the more apparent.