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Scientist, Susan McCallister, has been experimenting with the brains of mako sharks, cold blooded killing machines known for their speed and ferocity. Violating all ethical codes, she has genetically re-engineered their DNA, creating massive, super-fast, highly intelligent creatures - with attitude. When a storm hits the floating laboratory, the sharks escape their tank, stalk the crew and unleash a reign of terror more frightening than your worst nightmare.
It is not poorly researched just poorly watched
This is in reply to Stephen Taylor's comment on the film being poorly researched. If he actually paid attention to the film he would have heard the line 'the sharks are swimming backwards when they can't' when the characters see the sharks back away from the gun after recognising it. Obviously the writers have researched and have recognised that fact but for the sake of drama they have decided to allow them to. Anyway it is a great film have loved it ever since I was a child!
Sharks cannot physically swim backwards because their pectoral fins do not bend upwards, and so they cant back up (something which boney fish have)... it doesnt matter how smart they are. While not a significant part of the movie, it paints a clear picture to how poorly researched and written this movie was.
I love the movie
- Genre: Action & Adventure
- Released: 1999
- © 1999 Village Roadshow Films (BVI) Limited. All rights reserved.