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Terror runs deep.
A weekend at a lake house in the Louisiana Gulf turns into a nightmare for seven vacationers as they are subjected to fresh-water shark attacks.
The final film of Sharkweek.
Looking back I can honestly say something weird has happened. Apart from the fact that most shark based films are apparently synonymous for crap, I noticed a deep and profound change within me.
Picture in your mind's eye a shark for me. A majestic and horrific animal, a ruler of the oceans and assuredly one of the most dangerous predators on the planet. Sharks are animals that have evolved purely to hunt and kill, it is their main function in the circle of life. I have always admired and regarded in awe the gracious nature of this beast's killer instinct.
After Letterboxd Sharkweek I can honestly and without…
Okay. So. Your friend has just been mauled to death in a shark infested lake, and while on the boat....YOU LEAN OVER THE FUCKING EDGE?! How STUPID can these people be?!? A lot stupider, as it turns out. That's not the most idiotic thing these fucking cretins do. I think a George Carlin quote is necessary here, I'll paraphrase it a tad:
"Think of how stupid the average person is, and then realise, all the characters in Shark Night are stupider than that!"
But then again, it does make the film a whole lot better when everyone is stupid so we see them fall to their deserved watery graves.
Also. Shark Night, you are pushing the borders of racial stereotyping.…
they tried to take the plot in a new direction, you have to admire that
only the new direction was fucking retarded
Shark Night? Well that's a bit drab, isn't it?
Sharkpocalypse Sharkening: Shark A Shark.
See? Meow there's a title with some pep.
I’ve become immune to bad shark movies having watched one too many Asylum produced efforts over the last few years. It is for this reason that Shark Night was not quite as offensive as it probably should have been. It is unquestionably a bad movie yet the surprising thing is that it tries, but ultimately fails, not to be. It attempts to develop characters that would normally be one-dimensional but the problem is the actors are incapable of delivering convincing emotional and rounded performances.
Yet the bigger problem with Shark Night is that it is so pedestrian. It is almost as if it is a family friendly edit for a more traditional B-movie. This means the film fails to deliver…
"There are sharks in the water, what should we do? Yes, enter in the water, great idea!"
That's basically the logic of this people xD
Some cute boys, some cute girls, sharks... With these ingredients it could have made a better movie, at least I expected more, but I enjoyed it anyway. Seeing how people is devoured by sharks is always fun.
I wanted to review a bad movie so that way I don't feel too odd reviewing all of the great movies. Unlikeable characters and featuring an incredibly computerized shark that actually looks faker than the one "Jaws" had, this is a very unenjoyable film. It's bizzare script features a shark that can jump and unfunny humor and it's suppose to be taken serriously. I stood there laughing because almost nothing in this movie really worked. I have seen worse 2011 so this isn't the worst for me.
A vacation to a Louisiana Gulf lake house turns into a bloodbath when a group of fresh-water sharks decides to make it their new feeding ground. This movie had horrible CGI and awful 3-D.
I've gone too far now.
Like a (comparatively) big budget SyFy flick, this one gets it wrong too often. It's too tame and too polished and takes itself too seriously.
If this would've have better it it had been goofy with a few more jokes and not tied to a PG-13. it could have been a fun little shark flick.
As it is, it's just a bit.. Well... Toothless.
Undoubtedly the dumbest film I have seen in a while. There's nothing in the movie that doesn't mindlessly feed the "plot," regardless of how little believable it is. Decent acting performances aside, this one's a waste of time.
If you wanna find some guilty pleasure B-movie fun, watch "Piranha 3D" instead. That movie's a lot better than this pile garbage.
Fun and breezy killer shark film with an attractive cast decent effects and my undying attraction to Sara Paxton.
What I expected. Without the fun.
Don't Go Into the Water, Kids!
As far as B-movie premises go, Shark Night’s is hardly revolutionary. Sharks! In a lake! Eating college kids! And yet that’s part of the fun. Bypassing the obvious logistical issues (why don’t they just stay out of the water???), there’s a certain goofy charm to these kinds of generic creature features, especially with this generation’s post-modern spin on things. Piranha proved last year that you could make a fully self-aware aquatic monster movie, and even used its 3D illusion to its fully gimmicky potential. So why, then, does Shark Night 3D suck?
Most of the blame lies squarely with the director, David R. Ellis – he of the worst Final Destination movies and the…
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