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Plot: A weekend at a lake house in the Louisiana Gulf turns into a nightmare for seven vacationers as they are subjected to fresh-water shark attacks.
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Decent watch, could watch again, but can’t recommend.
If you’re just into romantic comedies, this might work for you, and it’s not a bad movie, but it’s not a very strong movie. It’s a “two guys are going to fight over a guy” trope that tries to stand out by the guy who isn’t obvious being a “dream celebrity”.
The chemistry between that actors isn’t great, and the scenarios are very contrived. While it a fun movie, it feels like acting when good acting feels very natural.
In a world where we have so many options, it’s just hard to tell anyone to prioritize this one.
Good watch, might watch again, and can recommend if you like horror / sharks.
I imagine for someone who doesn’t care about sharks, this might actually be a little boring. They’re used really well for a horror mechanic, there is almost a Rob Zombie vibe to this one.
The weirdest part of “sharks in a lake” is how the sharks are surviving, or if we believe the movie discussion that it’s a “salt water lake”. There are lakes of weirder stuff, so a lake of salt water is reasonable, but it is very clear when you are in salt water versus fresh water.
It is honestly the biggest problem with the movie: the rest makes a lot of sense so it doesn’t play with your suspension of disbelief. The story is well structured, and the actors mostly do a good job.
Overall, it’s just not the best movie though. I personally don’t mind forces of nature as adversity / antagonists, I liked “Crawl”, but it has to done with a good delivery.
I don’t feel like I care about the characters or the sharks all that much.
It feels like there should be options to just stay out of the water, which is what makes “sharks in the ocean” scary, its harder to get away.
In the end its a good watch that feels like it should be a great watch, but that could just be critical thinking defeating my movie experience.
Terrible but lightly entertaining
¨Terror runs deep¨
Shark Night is a terrible movie, I have to admit it, but somehow I ended up having a fun time with it. The performances are low key, the script borderlines in the ridiculous, and the story is really predictable, but in the mist of all the disaster I found myself having an enjoyable experience. Shark Night is a movie that takes its subject matter very lightly, it doesn’t try to be a serious horror film, or even try to show a lot of gore or being scary. It’s a movie that recognizes its limitations and plays along with it. What makes this bad movie stand out from the rest is that it ends up being bad in a good way, in other words it makes you laugh because it’s so bad. The plot is so bad that it seems that director David R. Ellis decided to just play along with the audience and let us have a good time without having to make the film gory or extremely violent. He gives us a lot of sharks, a lot of kills, and if taken lightly like the producers want you to you might end up having a good time like I did. If you are expecting a scary movie with a lot of gore than I warn you stay away from Shark Night because it’s just a light comedy with some bad acting and bad special effects. If you go into this movie expecting nothing else than that, just like I did, then you might end up having a decent time. One thing is for sure: screenwriters Will Hayes and Jesse Studenberg won’t be winning any awards for their dumbed down script.
It’s time to explain my least favorite part of the film: the plot. Shark Night takes place in a lake near the Louisiana Gulf coast (yes you read right, there are sharks in a lake and there is a perfectly good reason for that). A group of teenagers decide to go to Sara’s (Sara Paxton) lake house to celebrate Malik’s (Sinqua Walls) recent success in an exam that will allow him to enter college. His friends Nick (Dustin Milligan) and Gordon (Joel David Morse) were the ones who helped him study so in order to thank them he brings them along although they aren’t part of the cool group. At the house Malik plans to propose to his girlfriend Maya (Alyssa Diaz). Beth (Katharine McPhee) and Blake (Chris Zylka) also decide to go along with the rest of the gang and have some fun at the lake. Before arriving to the house however they have a small quarrel with a pair of local hillbillies Red (Joshua Leonard) and Dennis (Chris Carmack) with whom Sara is acquainted with, but everything goes on as normal. At the lake they meet the Sheriff, Sabin (Donal Logue), who greets them warmly and even has a couple of drinks with them. The kids are ready to have a great time and begin enjoying the lake, but what they don’t know is that the lake is infested with sharks. What begins as innocent fun, ends up being a nightmare for Sara and her friends.
The actors are all relatively unknown and there is a good reason for that (they aren’t exactly great actors), but you can’t have a shark film without hot young teens. The movie really works better as a comedy than as a horror film because the plot is just ridiculous, but I did have a fun time with how the shark attacks were exaggerated. There was one scene were a shark jumps several feet over the water and eats one of the kids that is riding a motorbike. These sharks were just so exaggerated that you couldn’t help but laugh at the silliness of each scene. There are several more death scenes like this which are hugely exaggerated and I found quite funny. There is no gore because Shark Attack had a PG-13 rating so don’t expect much of the death scenes from the Final Destination producers. I haven’t seen the Piranhas film so I can’t make comparisons with it, but I heard this is nothing like the gore that film had, so if you want a stronger film or expect something like Piranhas then skip this film because you will be disappointed. Shark Night has nothing memorable to it, but I did have a surprisingly good time with it so I got to give it a passing grade, although the lowest possible one.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 30 min (90 min)
Genre Horror, Thriller
Director David R. Ellis
Writer Will Hayes, Jesse Studenberg
Actors Sara Paxton, Dustin Milligan, Chris Carmack, Katharine McPhee
Awards 1 nomination.
Production Company Next Films, Silverwood Films
Sound Mix DTS (as Datasat Digital Sound), Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera PACE Fusion 3-D, Sony CineAlta F35, Sony CineAlta HDC-F950
Laboratory DeLuxe, Deluxe EFilm Toronto (digital intermediate), Digital Sandbox (us) (3D laboratory and production services)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format HDCAM
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Fusion Camera (dual-strip 3-D) (source format), HDCAM SR (1080p/24) (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (spherical) (Fuji Eterna-CP 3514DI), D-Cinema (also 3-D version)