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How do movies this bad actually end up being made? Who has responsibility for overseeing that the story is making sense, or that the production is keeping some sort of standard? How is such a venture, or a career, destined to be profitable when all who buy the dvd end up feeling utterly ripped off? My dvd cover featured a beautiful woman about to be devoured by a huge gaping maw and row upon row of colossal teeth, about the size of the worm monsters in Tremors or Dune. That is not what the movie delivers. For starters the monster is only ever portrayed as about the size of a large man. Even that doesn't matter as we never see it! We only see a few, very few, isolated half-seconds of maybe a side or a few teeth, flashing about amid murky waters at night alongside kicking legs of victims and bits of ragged seaweed. The soundtrack is relentless, and while not inappropriate, is such a continuous dramatic drone that it loses all sympathy. The story is badly managed fits and starts, with some inexplicable moments. I saw a car abandoned for no apparent reason when a car was badly needed. I saw a woman collapse from exhaustion after a 10 minute chase followed by a couple hours hiding in a cave, then a short walk back to the road. What the hell exhausted her?! The script lacked imagination, and the actors over act. I was interested in the cameras they used which is why I gave it a point. Dead Sea is a poor effort.
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