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The scene showing the foot of a woman with a shark fin tattoo was not in the script. While still filming in Lake Tahoe, an extra involved pointed out her real-life tattoo to the cinematographers. They grabbed a shot of it, which ended up in the final cut of the film. See more »
When officer Hernandez first identifies herself, she says Marin County Sherriff Department. On her car however, it is written sheriff Lake County. See more »
It's not the worst movie ever made, but it may feature the worst CGI ever. At least movies like Sharknado don't take themselves seriously, and for that reason, they succeed in being entertaining at least.
Shark Lakes budget clearly went into paying Dolph Lundgren and while he's not exactly known for his acting abilities, this is probably the worst movie he has ever appeared in.
This movie has no humor, no likable characters and when you see the shark you will most likely want to turn off like I did. There is no reason to watch this movie, ever!
Do yourself a solid and just watch Jaws again if your looking for your shark fix!
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