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The director of Snakes on a Plane shifts his attention to sharks in the water in this man-eating fright fest.
A group of friends plan to "rock out" at a lake house in the Louisiana Gulf for the weekend. Fun with drinking, toplessness, and jet boats quickly turns into a nightmare as they are subjected to the full blown killer instincts of fresh-water sharks.
Sara Paxton, Ving Rhames, Joel David Moore , Chris Carmack, Alyssa Diaz, Chris Zylka , Kyla Pratt, Dustin Milligan, Katharine McPhee, Sinqua Walls
David R. Ellis ('Snakes on a Plane', 'The Final Destination', 'Asylum')
Will Hayes, Jesse Studenberg
(R16) contains horror, violence & sexual references | Horror | USA | Official Website
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A.V. Club (USA)
It also lacks the tension of a good horror film, or the self-aware humor of a fun bad one.Click to read full review.
Shark Night 3D is a ho-hum series of kills and lulls so predictable that it doesn't even look like much fun for the sharks.Click to read full review.
Dumb Louisiana-set horror flick feels generic despite the odd pairing of shark menace and redneck killers.Click to read full review.
Los Angeles Times
Apart from an appropriately shark-like keep-moving-or-die filmmaking ethos, the shocks are weak...Click to read full review.
New York Times
The result is a movie that isn’t crummy, exactly, just blah.Click to read full review.
Time Out (USA)
His toothless attack sequences unfold under cover of dark water; the film is the equivalent of a skin flick in which all the sex scenes are tastefully obscured by blankets and sheets.Click to read full review.
Shark Night 3D makes bait of the usual batch of buff and buxom collegiates, but without a hint of humor...Click to read full review.
Village Voice (USA)
Shark Night aspires to nothing more or less than carrying along an audience through a string of unremarkable kills, often involving high-jumping fish.Click to read full review.
Karl Puschmann, Flicks.co.nz
[Note: our reviewer saw the 3D version of Shark Night. -Ed]
There’s only one truly terrifying thing about Shark Night 3D, and that’s trying to work out how it managed to bite itself off an R16 rating. After all, Steven Spielberg’s Jaws, the undisputed great white of shark attack movies, kept generations of swimmers out of the water with a PG rating, proving that a shark film doesn’t need an insatiable bloodlust if it’s scary and tense.
Sadly Shark Night 3D is neither, despite a fairly decent body count of good looking young teens. Its totally preposterous story has no problem trading suspense for a cheap laugh, which confuses the tone and continuously kills off any danger that director David R. Ellis (Snakes on a Plane) attempts to build. Meanwhile, the menace of the many varieties of killer sharks onscreen is hampered by the obviousness of their CGI. There’s one shark in particular that practically twirls a moustache, such is its cartoon villainy…
Despite all that, there’s enjoyment to be found in the shark-infested depths of this film. The action may be gummy rather than serrated but there’s fun to be had in watching the sharks hunt down their attractive prey and there’s at least two outrageously ridiculous kills that will have you groaning in delight at the audacity of their awfulness.
It’s the film lack of bite and muddled tone that let it down. Not particularly thrilling, scary, gory or funny, Shark Night 3D won’t be keeping anyone out of the water this summer.