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Deep Blue Sea (P&S Coll Slip) (1999)

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A movie directed by Renny Harlin

With a voracious trio of mako sharks wreaking havoc,Deep Blue Seadares to up the ante onJaws, but director Renny Harlin trades the nuanced suspense of Spielberg's 1975 blockbuster for the trickery of the digital age. In other words, why build genuine … see full wiki

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Director: Renny Harlin
1 review about Deep Blue Sea (P&S Coll Slip) (1999)

Jaws + Frankenstein

  • Jan 27, 2003
On the surface, Deep Blue Sea is a fair successor to Jaws. The action is intense enough to keep the viewer guessing, and it's abrupt enough to keep your eyes riveted to the screen. However, logic fails often along the way (for instance, when considering the ease with which the sharks navigate the shallow waters of the lab) and the deaths -- including the alleged shocker in the penultimate scene -- were fairly predictable.

Worse yet, many of the computer-generated scenes of finny death were cartoon-like and therefore unconvincing. On the plus side, Saffron Burrows strips down to her undies.

Deep Blue Sea is a fine way to pass an evening if you're looking for a surface-level thriller. Just don't expect much depth.

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