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Shark Attack in the Mediterranean (2004)

Shark Attack in the Mediterranean (2004)

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A helicopter pilot whose wife was violently killed by a massive shark finds his attempt to recover from the trauma complicated by the sudden reappearance of the man eating ocean dweller in director Jorgo Papavassiliou's tense tale of deep sea terror. Ever since Sven Hanson (Ralph Moeller)'s wife was taken from him by the most fearsome predator known to man, and the dedicated pilot's personal and professional lives have both taken a drastic turn for the worst. While the peace on calm he experiences after relocating to the exotic island of Mallorca goes a long way in helping Sven to put the past behind him, past horrors sometimes have a frightening way of catching up to the present. Now the beast that consumed his wife has returned, and in order to avoid meeting the same grim end as his late wife Sven will have to team with beautiful marine biologist Julia Bennett to destroy the ravenous ocean-dweller before it can claim any more lives.
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NR
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Horror , Mystery & Suspense
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½

Picked by a few of my twitter buddies, Shark Attack in The Mediterranean is a made for TV movie in Germany that geared to be their version of Jaws. Because of the made for TV part, the lack gore, even the slightest bit, was very obvious and took this movie from horror to suspense; but lacked suspense. In this 90 minute movie, we see probably only about 10 minutes of actual shark, which looked more like Jabberjaw than Bruce, and when they showed shark underwater, he didn’t look much larger than a real great white, yet they storyline tells us that it is a megalodon that is 5 times larger than the largest great white, especially when they pulled a tooth from a boat and the guy needed two hands to carry it. Despite the lack of scariness and awesome special effects, the story of using DNA to create this killer shark by hand was not to bad. The dubbing was not the greatest, but I don’t think much dubbing is; it sounded more like a book being read to me than people acting. BUT… in between the bad and the badder, was Germany’s pop icon Jeanette Biedermann’s cameo singing “Do The 69” on the beach during the movie’s climatic scenes.

Jenny Morgan
Jenny Morgan
½

Shark Alarm! This is a convoluted tale of sharks and science and cancer and a rich guy with nice cars always being in the right place at the right time. Other than a few slow patches, it's fun beyond all reasoning. Yeah, it's dubbed. Yeah, the sharks look fake. Yeah, the hero is a helicopter pilot and ex-body builder named Sven who lost his wife in mysterious shark attack. And yes, there's always a rich guy around when you need a new ride in a hurry. Look out for him; he's the one surrounded by bikini babes. And next time you see a shark in the water, be sure to let loose a mighty "Shark Alarm!"

David Smith
David Smith
½

if the shark came on land and started eating people then maybe i'd feel any empathy for these idiot who get attacked

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