A group of people who get trapped in a Supermarket after a Tsunami hits the coast of Queensland, Australia.
But they soon find out that they have more to worry about than being in a flooded grocery store, there's a 12 foot shark swimming around them, and it's hungry.
This is one of those movies you know its going to be bad but you know you just have to watch it.
Set in the Gold Coast in a shopping centre around the corner from where I once worked, a tsunami hits and a group of people get stuck. Unfortunately a Great White Shark - well two get trapped and they have to survive the sharks and each other in order to make it out alive.
Actually the acting and the script are not bad, for a shark movie. Yes it is just silly and so so so predictable. You know just by the look of the people who is going to survive and pretty much you can state exactly when and how they will die. Just like anything made in New Zealand its spot the Shortland Street Cast this was spot the Home and Away cast. It is so bad it is good. The sharks look really authentic and although the 3D and the dead bodies push it a little to far its not badly made.
I felt sorry for the sharks and was routing for them in the end especially the poor one stuck in the car park. All in all I think the worst part would of been Julian McMahon (Charmed, Nip/Tuck) his rants and over the top performance was shocking - watching it you would think the poor dude can not act. A terrible performance. I was just hoping the shark would jump up and eat up to put us all out of the misery.
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