A great white fan fiction...
that's actually pretty good. Being a lover of the actual film (with blood, not food coloring), I thought this was just very cute and enjoyable and something any eight-year-old would enjoy very much.
The way the story was told was very good and incredibly smart. Having a couple of words mispelled, calling Jaws "Jaws" instead of Bruce, having people eaten in the least violent way, creating new characters to capture Jaws, using red food coloring instead of actual blood, and ending it with Jaws going through a type of rehab; great choices for plotting out your story. It must have taken your brother a few days to put the story together.
I loved how it was animated. Using crayons to draw and color the flash was perfect, and it looked like it was actually drawn by an actual eight year-old. I could show this to my little cousins and they can enjoy it a lot. I sure wished there was something like this when I was actually little.
But why did I give you a nine? Well, you did make one huge mistake. Since this was intended to be created by an eight year-old, I expected for the narration to be done by an actual eight year-old kid, but an older guy did it instead, and that was a bad move. It would have made a lot more sense because having an adult narrate is kind of a real turn-off. Having children tell a story specifically written for children can work out beautifully, only if it's done wisely. I would have given you a full ten if you didn't make this mistake.
But doesn't mean that I didn't like this flash at all. It was still very entertaining and would recommend it to anyone who has children or anyone who would love to see a good parody of a great horror classic.
A 9/10 is my grade for you and for Jaws.