Movie openings

1. Whose Streets?

2. Tulip Fever

3. Patti Cake$

4. Unlocked

5. I Do ... Until I Don’t

6. Goon: The Last of the Enforcers

Jaws Binging

Starting Friday, you can get all sharky-snarky by watching four Jaws movies back-to-back on Netflix.

Bigger boat needed: Based on Peter Benchley’s bestseller, the original film from 1975, with Roy Scheider, Richard Dreyfuss and Robert Shaw, was a cinema slam dunk of riveting, toothy anxiety thanks to director Steven Spielberg, and composer John Williams’ ominous music.

Soggy sequels: A recurring problem with classic films: the inevitable lesser-than follow-ups.

Watch at your own risk: Jaws 2 (1978) featured Scheider’s Chief Brody in a yawner with lots of lumbering Mechanical Shark moments. Jaws 3-D (1983) with Dennis Quaid, followed the beast as it terrorized folks at a SeaWorld. In Jaws: The Revenge (1987), the chief’s widow, Ellen Brody (Lorraine Gary from the first two films), runs from a vengeful shark, who follows her (amazingly!) from New England all the way to the Bahamas. (Michael Caine would like to apologize for appearing in this film.)

Tops at the box office

(in millions)

1. The Hitman’s Bodyguard, $10 ($39.6 total)

2. Annabelle: Creation, $7.3 ($77.8)

3. Leap!, $5 (new)

4. Wind River, $4.4 ($9.8)

5. Logan Lucky, $4.3 ($15)

SOURCE: boxofficemojo.com.

New on Netflix

1. Jaws, and its three sequels (Friday)

2. City of God (Friday)

3. Vincent N Roxxy (Saturday)

4. Like Crazy (Tuesday)

5. Newsies: The Broadway Musical (Tuesday)

Trending

Taylor Swift

The golden girl has unleashed yet another revenge-tinged, I’ll-get-even-with-you song upon the world: Look What You Made Me Do. Its dark musings are apparently aimed at Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, among others. Critics have largely panned the single; fans have largely loved it. After its release last Friday, Swift’s song set a one-day record on Spotify with 10.1 million streams worldwide. Her new album, Reputation, lands on Nov. 10.

Hot Ticket

Kool & The Gang

Where/When: Akron’s Lock 3, 7 p.m. Saturday.

Tickets: $15. www.lock3live.com.