Spring Break Shark Attack (2005)

Spring Break Shark Attack

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A school of ravenous tiger sharks turn a spring break celebration into a frenzied bloodbath, and the only way to survive is to stay away from the beach in a sun-soaked tale of iron-jawed terror starring Shannon Lucio, Kathy Baker, Riley Smith, and Bryan Brown. The hard-partying college coeds aren't the only ones hitting the Florida beach this spring break, and as the keg gets tapped and the beer begins to flow, a school of hungry tiger sharks prepares to move in for the kill. With a virtual … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Mystery & Suspense, Horror
Directed By: ,
Written By: James LaRosa
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On DVD: Mar 14, 2006
Runtime:

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as Danielle

as Joel Gately

as Charlie

as Prof. Wellington

as Beach Patrol Captain
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All Critics (2)

Amid the sound and fury of most TV, the filmmakers deserve credit for simply having sly fun with a tale told by an idiot signifying nothing more than what it promises.

Full Review… | April 20, 2008
Beyond Hollywood

Not even remotely as much fun as its title suggests...

Full Review… | July 17, 2006
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½

Besides some descent breast casting, this pg-13 poor-man's Jaws rip off is pretty unremarkable.

kenstachnik
Ken Stachnik

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Even by B-Movie standards this is a retarded no go area. I was expecting at least some cheesy fun, but it seems the youngsters actually expect a career to form out of this, while the older members are bored and ashamed. Towards the end Brian Brown delivers his lines with all the enthusiasm of a mongoloid left alone for a week in an isolated cabin with nothing but a puzzle to keep it company. After it has been revealed he enticed the sharks towards the beach using blood and then witnessing a massacre he remarks "This wasn't supposed to happen". I think he was talking more about his life than the film itself. It tries to deal with serious issues such as independence and date rape, but then ends with a shot of hundreds of sharks, inexplicably, swarming together.

kiriyamakazou
Luke Baldock

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