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Dinoshark [Blu-ray] [2010] [US Import]

3.6 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews

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  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004K4FUN4
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 296,675 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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By Daniel Jolley HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 12 July 2011
Format: DVD
Roger Corman proves you're never too old to make a cheesy bad movie, unleashing Dinoshark on an unsuspecting world. After spending the last 150 million years or so frozen in a block of ice, the creature (basically a shark with the head and scales of a dinosaur) decides he is more than due for a vacation and sets off for the sun and fun of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Like any tourist, Dinoshark overindulges himself in the local cuisine, takes part in a number of outdoor activities, and just has a great old time. Even though his trademark killing move includes jumping out of the water, only one man ever manages to see him - local boat operator Trace McGraw (Eric Balfour). Authorities blame the first few deaths on a tiger shark - and then they apparently just stop caring, no matter how many people disappear or die. They are apparently more concerned with drug smuggling (yeah, right) than a rash of local deaths. There's certainly no Mexican equivalent to Roy Scheider's character in Jaws running around yelling "Get out of the water!" Instead, it's game on for all the excursion boats, parasailers, jet skiers, and swimmers - and nothing is going to stop the big regatta festival. In other words, it's feeding time at the Dinoshark corral.

Unfortunately for Dinoshark, it makes the mistake of eating the bottom half of one of Trace's friends - that makes it personal for him and mutual friend Carol Brubaker (Iva Hasperger), a tall, blonde Princeton graduate who supposedly teaches but spends most of her time coaching girls' water polo, hanging out in a seedy bar, studying marine biology just for the fun of it, and holding off the advances of creepy old men. Together, Trace and Carol set out to find and kill the creature. With what, you ask?
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B Movie (though has some actors I've seen in A movies). Ancient creature thaws out of the ice and goes on the rampage until the hero's figure out its weakness with the aid of a scientist. Entertaining enough, but you haven't missed anything if you've not seen it, and the special effects are nothing special.
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Not the best film in the world, but then I wasn't expecting it to be. It killed an evening and was worth the money I paid for it. Some of the effects were quite nice, but most of the acting was rather wooden.
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Dinoshark, a creature unleashed by global warming in alaska, (now we know why people want us to turn our washing machine temperatures lower), has travelled to warmer waters to begin a feast of 150 million years.

luckily, EXACTLY the same time the dinoshark arrives, so does our hero- Trace (Eric Balfour), returning to tell stories of his open sea adventures.

i must point out one mistake, only B-movie directors wouldnt recognize, one minute, trace has stubble, in the next scene, nearly a full beard, and the scene after than...STUBBLE! classic B-movie stuff! love it!

The shark, or dinoshark, begins feasting on his friend, and a couple of high flyers, before Trace can do something about it!

Will he? Or will another unlikey source kill the beast...add to basket to find out, cos i aint telling you ;)

all i can say is....i loved it!
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I bought this for my son and was pressured into watching with him.

Even giving this is a B movie, its so bad it should be a D movie.

The acting by the human cast is so wooden the Dinoshark was more believable.

Some films should be taken with a pinch of salt, never to be taken seriously. Sadly this film should just be buried under a pile of salt never to be resurrected.
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This is good B movie fun, so long as you don't expect too much.

I was expecting to see some gigantic, jaws /megladon type creature but the shark is actually quite compact really. Having said that, it's ferocious enough to work OK. The special effects are hardly memorable but, hey, what do you expect for a couple of pounds.

Enjoyed it but, then, I'm a sucker for this type of film.
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IF YOU LIKE FISHY SCI FI STORIES THEN YOU SHOULD ENJOY THIS ONE.
THE STORY IS QUITE WELL PUT TOGETHER AND THERE IS LOTS OF ACTION SOUND QUALITY IS VERY GOOD AND PICTURE QUALITY IS GREAT.
I WILL NOT TELL YOU ABOUT THE STORY BUT THAT WILL SPOIL THE FILM . FOR THE AVERAGE SCI FI ENTHUSIAST. IT MAKES AN IDEAL ADDITION TO YOUR COLLECTION.
THE OLD HIGHFLYER. **** ENJOY *****
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I usually like the low-budget shark movies...but pointless nudity always annoys me and insults my intelligence.

Still a fun movie, with the usual funny performances and tongue-in-cheek concepts, but with all the random shirt-lifting and bikinis, feels like it's made by pre-pubescent boys (FOR pre-pubescent boys).

So yeah, bit of fun and you could probably add a star if you've never seen a half-naked woman before (or can't go 90 mins without seeing one).
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