After a sudden underwater tremor sets free scores of the prehistoric man-eating fish, an unlikely group of strangers must band together to stop themselves from becoming fish food for the area's new razor-toothed residents.
Survivors escape to a deserted atoll, after their boat during a Semester at Sea ship is sunk by a mutated two-headed shark. But when the atoll starts flooding, no one is safe from the double jaws of the monster.
Wildlife documentary following naturalist Mike Rutzen as he immerses himself in shark-infested waters around the world. Directors Joe Kennedy and Ronet van der Walt set out to prove that ... See full summary »
Ronette van der Walt
Jurgens Van Wyk,
When 7 college friends pack their swim suits for a weekend of fun-in-the-sun activities at their friend Sara's lake house, they think it will be the perfect vacation. But the tables immediately turn when the lead football star, Malik, gets his arm ripped off during a water skiing accident. While the friends are to believe his wound was a freak accident, they soon come to discover that there was a primal attack involving a shark. Now while they think that one shark is no problem, they soon come to the realization that 15 species of sharks are lurking in the water, and with no form of boat or transportation, and no signals for phone's, the group of seven now face a fate they would never imagine. They soon learn that they don't know who to trust or who to turn to for help!Written by
In the last scene as Nick is reviving Sara, and Sherman jumps out of the water onto the boat, Sherman is dry and not a single drop of water is visible. See more »
Room for one more?
[as he's moving boxes to make room]
Yeah totally. Right there, no problem.
[Sara snaps her fingers and her dog barks and jumps in the back]
Good boy! You guys have fun back there.
Not quite, uh, what we had in mind there Sara. But...
[Sara closes the boot of the car before Gordon finishes]
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After the credits the music video for the song "Sharks Bite" performed by the cast is shown. See more »
Back in the Saddle
Performed by Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin
Written by John Robert Cardwell, Philip Dickey, & William Lincoln Knauer
Courtesy of Polyvinyl Record Co.
By arrangement with Bank Robber Music See more »
This movie is just as irresponsible as the horrible "torture porn" seen in recent years. In this movie, we are still subjected to the most malevolent of human behavior, but they use sharks instead of saws, cages and bondage. And make damn sure we mutilate young adults while they are barely dressed so we can become aroused by the beauty of the human body and then become horrified at the dismemberment. It never ceases to amaze me what incredibly horrific visions today's young filmmakers can dream up. Even more pathetic, someone is paying them to do it. When the audience finally says "no I won't watch this tasteless, senseless waste of talent and money," perhaps they will stop making it.
Not likely, unfortunately.
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