What are you? British CIA?
Well made "white people stuck in the terror of a foreign country" thriller avoiding being outright racist, but also not showing much fucks given about the native people being killed around all the white people.
Ultimately what made it a mediocre experience for me is that it couldn't decide whether or not it wanted to be a realistic gritty thriller or a Hollywood action movie. Need to pick one and then go for broke. Pierce Brosnan is of course perfect as a suave and slightly sleazy badass.
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Instead of doing a review I will just point out the crap that inhabits this film.
- The shark roars like a lion.
- Mario Van Peebles does a Jamaican accent
- The shark swims from New York to the Bahamas in less then 3 days.
- This is the sequel that popularized the tagline "This time it's personal!"
- African Americans feet apparently look Caucasian under water
- The god damn shark is hunting one family, even…