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Shark Night 3D (Blu-ray + Blu-ray 3D)
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Arriving by boat at her family’s Louisiana lake island cabin, Sara (Sara Paxton, Superhero Movie, Last House on the Left) and her friends quickly strip down to their swimsuits for a weekend of fun in the sun. But when star football player Malik (Sinqua Walls) stumbles from the salt-water lake with his arm torn off, the party mood quickly evaporates. Assuming the injury was caused by a freak wake-boarding accident, the group realises they have to get Malik to a hospital on the other side of the lake, and fast. But as they set out in a tiny speedboat, the college friends discover the lake has been stocked with hundreds of massive, flesh-eating sharks! As they face one grizzly death after another, Sara and the others struggle desperately to fend off the sharks, get help and stay alive long enough to reach the safety of dry land.
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If you haven't already figured it out, Shark Night is about sharks - sharks that eat people. And, if that's all you're looking for, you shouldn't feel too short-changed.
Shark Night starts off with a couple of carefree, randy American teenagers, frolicking around in a salt water lake - guess what happens to them?
Anyway, cut to the local collage where a group of seven insanely good-looking teens, all armed with quick wits and iphones, go to the same salt water lake to chill out.
Then, when bikini meets shark teeth, there can only be one winner. Okay, so the sharks are all (surprise surprise) water-based, but don't worry, our human heroes find every excuse possible to end up in the water.
So, there you have it. If you like your B-movies bloodthirsty and don't take things too seriously, you'll enjoy this (think Piranha 3D or Cabin Fever). Some other reviews have said the special effects looked cheap and there wasn't enough of the sharks. I found the FX okay and the sharks were hardly given any real dialogue to learn, so give them a break, okay?
A fun, popcorn-munching, 3/5.
It's just having a bit of fun, silly fun, and for that, should be in your collection. Not all films need to be Goodfellas, One flew over the Cuckoos nest or Inception to be worthy. Films suit your mood and when you just what some brain dead silly entertainment, Shark night fits the bill perfectly. It's ideal for watching with a few friends over nibbles and beers. It grates on me when I go to someones house to watch a film and, on viewing their collection, realise it's only full of serious, worthy, intellectually stimulating films (I love watching this type of film in silence on my own). I don't understand the mentality of building a purely 'worthy' film library as, yes the films may have critical acclaim, but for watching with a few friends who want to have a chuckle, they'll kill the mood and make everyone silent. With Shark Night 3D you can chat/laugh and even throw popcorn at tv if you feel like it. The men and women are also in swim suits for most of the film, so there's eye candy for everyone too.
I gave it 4 stars because the way in which the sharks are used is sparse and not varied enough. You'll probably see half of the ending coming a mile off, but there are a few surprises.
The 3d is pretty good too, much better than expected. There is a great feeling of depth and the odd (very odd) object that flies towards you. It's a lot better 3d-wise than some of the 3D films I own, some of them big budget productions.
Was actually surprised as it was filmed in 3d had a goodish story line.
Special effects were good.
I think the title let's the film down.
This was a lot more fun than piranha 3d and 3dd.
Just a good old romp.
From the 'Final Destination' and 'Snake on a Plane' director this is meant to be a silly teen horror popcorn outing, with bikinied honeys, dumb jocks and some quite good mechanical sharks. There are also a couple of local red-neck baddies for good measure.
If you like sharks, and films from the Final Destination/Piranha 3D genre then this will be right up your street, for more serious Shark films watch Jaws, Open Water and ?. Piranha 3-D is more adult, but for most teens this will be a welcomed watch.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Usual B Movie fayre - great as a popcorn no need to engage brain evening,Published 1 month ago by Modo
Guilty pleasure of a film, no one will admit to liking it but will happily sit and watch it one afternoon.Published 1 month ago by Smally
better than I expected. good story with a few twists and the 3d was pretty good and not over the top like some which can make the actors look like cardboard cut-outs against the... Read morePublished 10 months ago by robert harris
After only one viewinng I liked the film and my one comment is that the model sharks were a bit amateurish- not at all lifelike.Published 12 months ago by Pedro