Shark Season

2020

Action

98
IMDb Rating 3 10 17

Synopsis


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October 27, 2020

Director

Cast

Michael Madsen as Blood
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802.55 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
87 min
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1.61 GB
1920×1080
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
87 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by nathanjamesemerson 2 / 10 / 10

Wow....what garbage

This ranks alongside Snow Shark Ancient Snow Beast and House Sharks as the worst shark movies ever made. I love shark films. Even the cheesy low budget ones. But this was garbage. Michael Madsen literally phones his performance in. And in the most wooden way possible. He has phone conversations with some random guy in a boat who has no relevance to the movie whatsoever. And most of the time you see this guy from his back. It was obvious that this guy was not an actor. The conversations he has with Michael Madsen are hilarious. Each conversation has them repeatedly say the same things over and over but with some dialogue changes. It is extremely bizzare. Now to the blonde lead of the movie. You will see her space out of lot with some really strange facial expressions. You don't know if she is trying to look shocked, struggling to remember her lines or holding in a fart. Not too mention the out of place 10 minute conversation she has with the other girl about love and drama while stuck on a rock escaping the shark. There are more important issues for them to be concerned about then that crap in their situation. The shark is the typical z grade quality CGI. In some cases each time you see the shark you hear some weird wooshing/growling sound. And ironically, the shark is the best actor in the film. The only good thing about this movie is that it's funny. And that was not the intention of this film. Make sure to listen to Michael Madsens horrible phone message to his characters daughter 'This is me....calling you..... something along the lines like that. Awful

Reviewed by jbhomefries 3 / 10 / 10

Clueless!!

I love shark movies and have seen many but this is by far the worst I have ever seen. It seems like it has been directed by a 5 year old, no thought has gone into this film at all. There are so many flaws that it is ridiculous. 3 kayakers paddle for 3 hours across the ocean for a photo shoot with two dead batteries on mobiles and not even mentioning the guys mobile. The rescue helicopter only had a pilot so couldn't save them, the small rescue boat could not get near them as they said they were too shallow even though the Great White was 40 feet plus beneath their kayaks. They could have stayed on the islands before the tide covered them instead of going back into the water and the way the shark was killed, justvridiculous. Many more flaws but I'm too upset to write them! Michael Madsen must have been desperate when he agreed to star in this terrible movie.

Reviewed by emguy 3 / 10 / 10

Not great

The movie seemed like an earnest newcomer effort to create a suspenseful shark attack movie (not over-the-top silliness like Sharknado (2013)), but now I see that several cast and crew have a list of credits behind them. They couldn't do better? Several crew members are credited in both movies; both movies are from The Asylum. The basic premise is straightforward: Three people get stranded in rising waters while a shark circles them. Will they survive? That's the story. The writing was amateurish. At a few points, it seemed like the screenwriter was thinking, "I looked up some stuff for background, so dang it, I'm going to squeeze it into somebody's dialogue somewhere." For example, the distraught father is on the phone with his frightened daughter, who had just indicated that she and her cell phone might die at any moment. Did he really need to go into an extended explanation of king tides, instead of quickly telling her what to do before her phone shut down? The characters repeated themselves a few times unnecessarily too, which felt like padding. They also flip-flopped a few times (for no apparent reason) about what they should or shouldn't do next. There were a few disjointed topic changes in the dialogue, as if the screenwriter decided to shoehorn an arbitrary subplot or two into the script -- but only in the form of dialogue, not activity. Whether it was the writing, the direction, or the acting that was inadequate, they couldn't make up their minds about each character's attitudes toward the subplots. The performances weren't great. Paige McGarvin had the least amateurish performance, although this included screaming "What do you want?" at the shark. Seemed to me that the shark was pretty clear about its intentions. Michael Madsen just phoned in his performance, literally. Almost all his screen time had him, by himself, on the phone. One ludicrous bit was when the operators of a small boat told the girl treading water -- water that was entirely too deep for her to stand in -- that they couldn't come to her because the water was too shallow. The title "Shark Season" seems pretty arbitrary. How was this shark season, really? I guess they were desperate to find a shark title that hadn't been used previously.

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