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WordSlinger's Review

Created Mar 17, 2008 01:44PM PST • Edited Mar 17, 2008 01:44PM PST

  1. Quality
  2. Bad 1.0

    You know those movies they make on a single thought and the rest is just background noise? This one of those. The plot is simple: people on a ocean research station are being chased by the super-intelligent sharks they were studying. It may sound somewhat deep, but it’s not. It’s jaws with a twist, the station being mostly underwater allows us to see shark attacks in places we normally would not.

  3. Barely OK 2.0

    Samuel L. Jackson and Thomas Jane give the best performances, but the former is only in the movie for the first half.

  4. Male Stars Barely OK 2.0
  5. Female Stars Barely OK 2.0
  6. Female Costars Barely OK 2.0
  7. Male Costars Barely OK 2.0
  8. OK 2.5
  9. Direction OK 2.5
  10. Play OK 2.5
  11. Music OK 2.5
  12. Visuals OK 2.5
  13. Content
  14. Sordid 3.0

    If you can handle sharks eating people, then there’s nothing in this film you can’t handle.

  15. Sex Erotic 3.0
  16. Violence Brutal 3.0
  17. Rudeness Profane 3.0
  18. Supernatural 3.1

    Super-smart sharks eat people. I don’t know enough about shark brain research to know if we can make sharks smarter by experimenting on them, but the rest of the movie is pretty ridiculous regardless.

  19. Circumstantial Supernatural 3.1
  20. Biological Supernatural 3.1
  21. Physical Supernatural 3.1


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