Described as everything from "Sharks for Dummies"to "the summer's blockbuster action flick," Deep Blue Sea apparently has something for everyone, or anyone with a hankering for a good scare.
Samuel Jackson plays a financial backer who supports the study of a scientist, played by Saffron Burrows, to study shark DNA in an underwater lab (the same lab where Titantic was filmed). When money is running tight, Jackson threatens to close down the project. In as effort to stave off the demise of her experiments, Bullock invites Jackson to come see the "progress" in her shark studies which, apparently, have been brutal, even for sharks.
Well, guess what? The sharks bite back. Such is the stuff that summer movies are made of.
Directed by Renny Harlin, the film is rated R for "graphic shark attacks." 'Deep Blue Sea' is playing at Sunny Isles Theaters.


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