Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Welcome to English at the Movies. American Classics, Where We teach You American English. Heard at the movies, Jaws, from 1975 is considered to be an exciting movie. It tells the story of a town frightened by a shark. The animal repeatedly attacks and kills swimmers. Three men make a plan to capture the shark. Using a boat filled with tools, one of the men tries to get the shark's attention by throwing food into the sea. Listen for the words you're going to need a bigger boat. Well, we're gonna need a bigger boat. Shut off that engine. What do you think you're going to need a bigger boat means is it The problem is larger than imagined, or the problem can be solved with a bigger boat. Listen again. Well, we're gonna need a bigger boat. Shut off that engine. You're going to need a bigger boat means the problem is larger than imagined. People use the phrase when a situation seems impossible, too large or too difficulty to overcome. And that's English at the movies.