Not too sure how much psycho-analysis my 4-year-old has in store for her future, purely on the basis that she liked Jaws so much, we let her watch Jaws II. But it does illustrate her ability to apply the same problem solving to similar situations, which has to be impressive.
"Mommy, do you want to play with me?" asks Morgan.
"Yes, what would you like to play."
"I am playing school, and I am running away. Do you want to run away with me?"
"Definitely. Where should we go?"
"We're going shark hunting." She turns quickly to me with wide eyes, waving her hands, "But don't worry, I'm going to be in a cage so they can't eat me."
"And I'm going to put rubber around it and not stick my arms out. And not stick my fingers out."
"That sounds like a good idea. What kind of sharks are we hunting? Not all sharks, I hope."
"No, just big white sharks."
"Great White Sharks?"
"Yes. But just mean ones. Because Bruce is a Great White Shark and he was bad, but then he turned good. And all the sharks from Shark Tale are good. And Bruce's friends are good, because the one is a hammer head, and they aren't bad. Well...they can hit you on the head, but they're not bad."
"So what you're saying is, only sharks like Jaws."
"Yes, but I have a plan to use wires to electrocute them. I will stick the wires in them and they will die. But just the bad ones. Hurry up and get your cong shell, so we can listen for them."
Translator: Cong = Conch (We happen to have decorative conch shells in our living room, although I was surprised she knew their name. Chalk one up for the Wonder Pets.)
Problem: Rogue Shark
If you remember, in Jaws II after many people get eaten, Chief taunts Jaws enough to make him charge and throws a huge utility wire that he drug up from the ocean floor in his mouth, causing him to explode. That's entertainment!