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The new sequel finds Burt Gummer, who's dying from Graboid poison, and his son Travis at a remote research station in Canada's Nunavut Territory, where they must go up against a new batch of Graboids to save Burt's life.
Don Michael Paul
Alistair Moulton Black,
Paul du Toit
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In Deep Blue Sea (1999), the shark facility is called Aquatica. In the sequel, the shark facility is called Akheilos. In Greek mythology, Akheilos (or Acheilus) is the son of Zeus and Lamia. Akheilos offends Aphrodite, boasting that he is more beautiful than she, and is then transformed into a grotesque shark-like creature. See more »
The boat that struck the generator was not solid enough to have caused the damage it did to the generator or the generator's housing. No matter how fast or hard the sharks pushed the boat, it could not have caused the damage it did to the generator to cause it to short out or catch on fire. See more »
Not the worst film that I have seen this year....but that's not saying too much.
Michael Beach is a journeyman actor, but even cannot save this POS.
1) A shark scientist who looks like a stripper (Or the director/producer's girlfriend)
2) Assorted people around to get eaten by sharks.
3) A billionaire who travels alone
4) A billionaire who apparently has only a single attorney
5) Zodiac boats used for traveling to locations way offshore
6) A shark trainer who doesn't seem to understand sharks.
7) A shark scientist who's also a pain in the a*s whiner
8) Zero suspense
9) Nobody who understands science working at the facility (You know...like physics)
10) Not a single character who you can care about.
Terrible film that would have been better on Syfy as an Asylum project.
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