Deep Blue Sea

The Deep Blue Sea: Wednesday, July 28, 1999

A film produce by Warner Bros. This film is a Thriller/Science Fiction. (another shark flick) The plot of this movie looks very interesting.  Most of the time Samuel L Jackson  choose excellent screenplays. Look like this summer we are going to break the record for scary movies. Hollywood is trying to scare us. Yeah Right! 

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Points 75 62.5 79 50 66.6

66.6 points - Worth Seeing

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This movie was terrific! I would advise everyone to go see it!!

Director: Renny Harlin  

Produced by Akiva Goldsman

Writing credits: Duncan Kennedy

                          Donna Powers 

                          Wayne Powers

Genre: Thriller / Sci-Fi 

Budget: $80 million

Plot: A medical biologist's attempt to find a cure for Alzheimer's by performing medical experiments with sharks results in disaster.


Samuel L. Jackson as  Russell Franklin 
Saffron Burrows as Susan McAlester 
Thomas Jane as Carter Blake 
Stellan Skarsgård as. Dr. Jim Whitlock 
LL Cool J as  Dudley 
Michael Rapaport as Tom Scoggins 

Running Time: 1 hr. 40 min.

Rating:  R (Restricted)  for  graphic shark attacks, and for language

Distributor: Warner Brothers

Website: Official Site