Spring Break Shark Attack (2005) - Rotten Tomatoes

Spring Break Shark Attack (2005)

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Movie Info

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 buffet of tasty teenage flesh to satisfy their bottomless appetites, the crafty, water-bound killers soon commence to turning the blue waters of the beach blood red. Now forced to fight for their lives against an unrelenting onslaught of unimaginable horror, a group of desperate coeds attempts to put their higher education to the test and outsmart nature's perfect predator.

Cast

Shannon Lucio
as Danielle
Bryan Brown
as Joel Gately
Mehboob Bawa
as Prof. Wellington
Miguel Borges
as Beach Patrol Captain
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Critic Reviews for Spring Break Shark Attack

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.

April 20, 2008 | Full Review…

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

July 17, 2006 | Rating: 1.5/4 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Spring Break Shark Attack

½

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

Ken Stachnik
Ken Stachnik

Super Reviewer

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.

Luke Baldock
Luke Baldock

Super Reviewer

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