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Shark Week (2012)

TV-14 | | Action, Horror, Sci-Fi | 4 August 2012 (USA)
A group of complete strangers find themselves isolated by a wealthy madman on his island compound.

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(as Christopher Douglas-Olen Ray)

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Alejandro (as Spencer Wright)
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A group of complete strangers find themselves isolated by a wealthy madman on his island compound.

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7 days, 7 sharks... 1 survivor!

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Action | Horror | Sci-Fi

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The film title is A.K.A. 'Shark Assault'. See more »

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When the Federal Prosecutor goes to retrieve the shark teeth, he stands in water and his shirt is visibly wet. In the next scene, as he rejoins the group, his clothing is completely dry. See more »

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Saw meets Jaws but with no fun, excitement or sense of terror
29 August 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

For The Asylum, Shark Week is not their worst or quite awful enough to be one of them. That doesn't stop it though from being a complete failure in every area, and that's even when you know what to expect. Some of the locations are nice and exotic but others also look as though they were shot in a run-down warehouse or basement. That cheap look is made even worse by the choppy editing and terrible special effects. If you've seen the quality of the sharks in other Asylum or SyFy movies that are similar, it's pretty much the same in Shark Week, the sharks are so cheaply rendered and not only don't look real but they don't look natural in their surroundings. They also don't have any personality either, which severely dilutes any terror or tension, the actors don't even look all that terrified when really the situation would be scary for anybody. The music is at a very sluggish tempo especially in the scenes containing action, the scoring of the build-ups to the attacks is predictable. The dialogue has always been one of the weakest aspects of an Asylum movie, and there is no change here as this is very cheesy and stilted scripting. And you don't connect with any of the characters, as with everything else Shark Week doesn't give time to develop them or you the time to properly root for them. The story just doesn't seem to have any life, Shark Week is very poorly paced throughout, the action shows the worst of the editing and lifeless choreography and the shark attacks suffer from a complete lack of tension and visual cheapness, if you're expecting to be afraid of going into seas now you won't get that vibe. It also seemed rather tame, you'd expect a crossover of Saw and Jaws to have a similar impact to those movies but here it feels like Saw but without the harrowing violence and Jaws without the eerie nail-biting suspense. The acting is very bad too, Patrick Bergin and Yancy Butler are far too over-the-top and don't make any effort to reign in and give their characters depth or any quality that makes you connect with them. While the acting of victims are wooden with nobody seeming to properly care about whether they lived or died. Overall, dull, cheap and not much fun at all, more avoided than recommended. 1/10 Bethany Cox


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