Every film that has ever been nominated for an Academy Award in any category. Enjoy!
The story of what happens when one little fish tells a great white lie...
Oscar is a small fish whose big aspirations often get him into trouble. Meanwhile, Lenny is a great white shark with a surprising secret that no sea creature would guess: He's a vegetarian. When a lie turns Oscar into an improbable hero and Lenny becomes an outcast, the two form an unlikely friendship.
Man, FUCK this movie. I will go into slightly more depth in my upcoming Forgotbusters piece on it.
The Asylum is a studio that focuses on ripping off popular blockbusters with a microscopic budget and the production value of a High School project, changing the title slightly, then crapping them out on the DVD/Blu-Ray shelves of your local supermarket in a desperate attempt of fooling that one idiot who obviously doesn't care about their money and above all their standard of entertainment. If they had an animation studio and the rights to using a good amount of terrible pop songs, as well as somehow persuading a bunch of well-known actors to work with them, Shark Tale would be the type of product I'd imagine these people to shit out after seeing how successful Pixar's Finding Nemo was. It's…
There a fish who name is Oscar, who live other the seas water were all the fish and the sharks live in. Oscar is a cool fish that got a job at a lowly tongue scrubber and become the local whale washer become an improbable which he become a hero but really he not he tells a great white lie to the shark but not also he tell everyone a lie in the ocean but really is trying to keep a secret. Oscar which is the fish who tram with the baddest dangerous shark in the seas and the shark name is Lenny by the way the two of them most dislike each other as friends. Oscar best fried Angie was the angle fish but will Oscar tell truth or will Oscar lie to end tire seas ocean world
This is the stunning centerpiece of Martin Scorsese's forty-year career, a daring synthesis of the gritty realism of Taxi Driver, the brave sacrilege of The Last Temptation of Christ and the nimble storytelling of Casino and Goodfellas.
Poorly designed, pitiful structure; disappointing film overall an inadequate storyline that was rather unrealistic. Though I did like the character development and pleasant contrast in colours, I was quite connected to the film at an extent. Movie children might enjoy, but having having passed that era of my life, I thought it was genuinely substandard.
It's the greatest film of all time. Changed the face of cinema. It's the Citizen Kane of movies.
All joking aside this is shit. I saw this when I was eleven years old and I quite liked it. Turns out I had some form of mental retardation. Being alive for slightly more than a decade really fucked me up. Rewatching it in a bizarre hungover state caused severe stress to me and it wasn't even the morning I woke up to the hangover, oh god no that would be too easy. It was a hangover that lasted into the next night where I got to that point where if I slept it would do more harm than good so I…
Overall Shark Tale seems a bit too paint by numbers, and has a very weak central character that is at least somewhat unlikable such that I just didn't care. I think usually they show how there's something redeemable to the character so that one hopes for their improvement to better realize their strengths, but here there's really no strengths there, and the only reason he's supposed to be worthwhile is because other people like him. It's basically being told there's something good there rather than showing it, and that really cuts into the heart of the film.
It's a shame, because there's a lot of talent here, but it just really isn't capitalized on and the plot really lacks development.
I use to like this when I was a kid, but now it is silly and not very good.
I know a woman who swears that every Jeffrey Katzenberg idea is just a rip-off from a Disney think-tank. After witnessing “Shark Tale,” I’m inclined - now more than ever - to believe her.
Katzenberg is the ‘K’ in the Dreamworks SKG partnership, which brought “Shark Tale” to theaters this past weekend. Although I haven’t read what other critics have written about this kiddy fare, I’d imagine they were tempted to make comparisons to another animated, big-budget, child-centric underwater fish film that hit screens just last year.
Yes, “Shark Tale” is kind of like seeing your favorite television show move to UPN: You can recognize the most general details, but now the cast talks a little bit more urban. They’ve…
Very average family film.
A lot of the jokes don't work, the plot is beyond overused, and to top it all off, that Will Smith fish is terrifying.
A mildly amusing film that I'm sure children would enjoy. It's the story of the vegetarian shark - I wish more effort had been put into it to show children that being different isn't bad, and that differences don't have to be hidden.
Shark Tale lacks originality but his lack of it was compensated by an entertaining storyline, that was modeled in a similar fashion to gangster pictures, which was full of references to other works. On the other hand, the voice acting was maybe its strongest point, besides its colorful animation.
I remember seeing this movie when I was little and loving it and recently I saw it again and I have to say I still like it. I just like the cast so much, like they have Martin Scorsese in this film, what's not to like. Granted some of the the jokes don't hold up as well but I always liked the parodies they have of actual companies.
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