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It's no longer safe to go back in the water. Marine biologist Susan McAlester (Burrows) is obsessed with finding a cure for Alzheimer's and has genetically enhanced the brains of a group of test sharks at a floating research facility off the Baja coast. Oh, and she didn't bother to tell anyone else in her group about these smarter-than-the-average sharks. But they soon learn, when the research facility suffers several accidents, begins to flood, and the sharks get loose--and looking for snacks. It's not a bomb but it's also nothing that you haven't seen before. And the fake sharks look, well, fake (and hokey).

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Available on Running time 105 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Killer Sea Critters, Science & Scientists, Deep Blue, Eat Me
Duncan Kennedy, Donna Powers, Wayne Powers
Saffron Burrows, Samuel L. Jackson, Thomas Jane, LL Cool J, Jacqueline McKenzie, Michael Rapaport, Stellan Skarsgard, Aida Turturro
Stephen Windon
Renny Harlin
Trevor Rabin
Tony Ludwig, Alan Riche, Village Roadshow Pictures, Warner Bros.

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Deep Blue Sea
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I used to watch this all the time! It's a really good shark movie. Also, Samuel L. Jackson gets eaten! This movie is about marine biologists studying sharks. Their building is partly underwater and their are huge windows to see what's going on under water. While studying one of the sharks, they give it something that they probably shouldn't have. The sharks go crazy and try to kill everyone. They break through the huge window and the building starts to flood. Whatever they gave the sharks is making them smarter. Some people get bitten and/or eaten so be prepared to see blood! Who makes it out alive? You have to watch to find out! This movie puts you on the edge of your seat the whole time because you don't know what could happen out in the deep blue sea.