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Luckily, something like Shark Night 3D doesn't even try. Instead, it goes for a more semi-schlock oriented approach to underwater horror. Sadly, the decision to go PG-13, and the lack of a significant sense of its inherent strengths, all but destroys...
Shark Night is the kind of movie that makes me feel like a hypocrite. I'm always preaching about how 3D should not be used as mere gimmickry, how its presence should be completely justified by the material.
Shark Night 3D swims in and delivers what you would - and definitely should - expect: a ridiculous B-movie premise, fitted around a schlocky and predictable story, played out by a “they look familiar” cast of actors...
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There's something bad in the water. And I mean the water that Will Hayes and Jesse Studenberg must have been drinking when they wrote "Shark Night 3D". No, I didn't go into a movie with that title expecting something that might rival "Jaws"...
This is the opening scene from “Shark Night 3D,” a film that tries, on several occasions, to steal from “Jaws”…a feat it fails at miserably.
A thoroughly shabby attempt to piggyback on the success of last year's Piranha 3D, Shark Night 3D embraces convention with a voraciousness matched only by its predictability, amateurishness and all-around tameness.
Shark Night is a boring waste of time in which a group of people without personalities wander off camera and get eaten by a bunch of bad CGI.
Shark Night’s villains are of the Deliverance/Straw Dogs ilk of threatening locals resentful about the intrusion of uppity outsiders — in this case rich college students frolicking in their bayou.
Hot coeds and a lake full of hungry sharks, all popping out at ya in 3-D should be an easy win. We loved last year's awesome Piranha 3D, and really wanted this movie to have bite.
When a studio refuses to screen a film for critics in advance, it usually means one thing: the movie's terrible. That's okay, though; there's often nothing more fun than watching trashy action.
Jackie K. Cooper
“Shark Night” is a relatively engrossing movie. It has a plot that makes sense, some truly tense and scary moments with the sharks of the title, and a cast that draws your attention.
The Austin Chronicle
These sharks are as bland as their comely victims.
The Baltimore Sun
Seven Tulane students plus two Bayou rednecks plus scores of sharks plus 3-D adds up to zero fun in "Shark Night 3D," the worst movie of the summer, arriving on the last weekend of the summer.
The bad guys — a trio of local rednecks — are revealed relatively early on, leaving director Ellis, who crafted the tongue-in-cheek thriller Snakes on A Plane (2006), to concentrate on the bloody effects. Unfortunately, there’s really nothing we haven’t s
There is a certain simplicity to the pleasures which 'Shark Night' offers, made unabashedly in the spirit of last summer's 'Piranha 3D' by way of Steven Spielberg's classic 'Jaws'. It holds no pretension, it knows exactly what it wishes to accomplish...
ทางด้านของนักแสดง หนังก็เลือกใช้บริการนักแสดงโนเนม ที่ผลงานส่วนใหญ่ก็เป็นหนังเล็กๆและไม่ค่อยดัง เนื่องจากถ้าได้นักแสดงดังๆมาซักคนสองคน ทุนสร้างของหนังมันจะบานปลาย ซึ่งถ้าคิดจะใช้นักแสดงโนเนมจริงๆ ก็ควรที่จะไปเสริมในส่วนของตัวบทและการกำกับภาพ...
Shark Night 3D หนังแนวระทึกขวัญ มหันตภัยจากสัตว์ร้าย ปลาฉลาม ที่ขายความเป็นสามมิติ ความโหดของฉลาม และสัดส่วนของสาวๆในชุดบิกินี่...
The first thing you see in Shark Night 3D is a bouncy bottom inside a bikini.
Fishy fun but fails to live up to its trashy promise.
Shark Night is a bad taste frenzy, with cameras tied to the bellies of some beasts contained by crooks in a salt water lake.
Snatching the mantle of “Worst 3D Shark Movie,” which has long been held unchallenged by Jaws 3D (1983), Shark Night supplies some cheesy late-summer tedium in its sloppy mixture of revenge-of-nature thrills and hillbilly horror.
Time Out London
You’ll spend more time with the food than the fish in ‘Shark Night 3D’, a ‘Jaws’ clone stranded in the shallow end of the pool. A gaggle of brain-dead students fend off various species of eating machines in a salt-water lake.
Big fish, small thrills. Shark Night 3D not nearly as fun as it should be.
Directed by childactor-turned stuntman-turned-B-flick huckster David R Ellis (Snakes On A Plane), SN 3D gamely aims to deliver on dumb-fun expectations with a straightforward beast-vs-co-eds tale. Sadly,