A superlative moment in cinematic history, in that it will surely win the Oscar for "Most Cast & Crew Surnames Ending in OV". Not entirely surprising since Director David Worth shot this stinker in Sofia.
Apparently, due to how far a dollar goes in Bulgaria, Sofia's a good place to film on a low budget - and take an extended vacation at the same time.
The film ends with a bunch of people dressed in formal attire jumping off their sinking yacht, then climbing into life rafts and drifting away to land and safety. Well, actually Worth forgot to include the land and safety part of the scene. But we know he meant to.
The expression and demeanor of every last one of the actors reveals they were clearly bothered by the inconvenience of having to get wet, despite the fact they are supposedly jumping for their very lives.
Then the viewer gets to see something that vaguely looks like a big rubber shark still anxiously trolling underwater, hoping that everyone will return so it can be prop-rented out again for "Shark Attack 4." Run credits.
Another barrel-bottom-scraper from the The Sci-Fi - ur SyFy - Channel, aired at 3am-5am. I was busy working email at the time, so I left it on - mostly so I could play "Tat Peek Bingo."
RECOMMENDATION: This bow-wow was immediately followed by a Danbury Mint Fifty State Quarters Sets infomercial - which was much more entertaining.