Shark Zone (2003)





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A young diver-for-hire (Dean Cochran) sees his father, as well as a several other divers, get eaten alive by a school of Great White sharks as the posse tries to retrieve diamonds from an ancient sunken ship. A decade later, he finds himself in the same predicament -- and again later -- but this time with his wife (Brandi Sherwood) and young son in danger, and not just from sharks, but from smugglers, as well.
Action & Adventure , Drama , Horror
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Fox Filmes


Dean Cochran
as Jimmy Wagner
Alan Austin
as John Cortell
Brandi Sherwood
as Carrie Wagner
Velizar Binev
as Volkoff
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Audience Reviews for Shark Zone


The sharks are handled pretty well, and there are a few good scenes, but we still get plain characters and a shallow plot. There's obvious shark-tropes from better films, and very little originality in other departments.

Wes Shad
Wes Shad

Despite its poor rating, I gave this movie a chance, because I love shark movies. Sure enough, despite being mostly crappy, it was very entertaining. I really enjoyed the way you got to see the sharks eat people. No clever cut-aways like in Jaws. You saw the sharks jaws clamp onto people's bits and parts. There was a lot of blood, and even a part where gore sprayed unrealistically (but spectacularly) onto the side of a boat. Not good enough? They even threw in some nudity on the beach, and the main character has an impossibly hot wife. The acting is terrible, the stock footage is very obvious, there is some occasional terrible CGI, and they blatantly steal lines from Jaws, but I found myself not caring. This movie delivered on the blood, which made it a surprisingly entertaining piece of crap. It was like ringing the dinner bell!

Robert Burnham
Robert Burnham

Shark Zone was one of the worst shark movies. This movie is category for its self and I don't know how people who worked on this one call themselves professionals. From director to actors completely disaster. Disaster of epic proportions. Please avoid this movie.

Steven Vincent Gee
Steven Vincent Gee

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