Something Called “Shark Night 3-D” – A Movie Review

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Shark Night 3-D (2011) is meant to resemble grindhouse movies of the ’70s, which is to say it’s disgustingly low and stupid.  Its PG-13 rating, though, is just about right:  it features neither the F word nor bona fide nudity.

It must be that an American Idol culture sooner or later produces a flick like this, which co-stars an utterly hot but badly performing Katharine McPhee, an  Idol alumna.  Superior acting issues from Sara Paxton and Dustin Milligan, who are also utterly hot.  The thing is, if Shark Night were a song routine, Simon Cowell would deservedly savage it.

Make a grindhouse movie if you will, but a useless mess is–probably–all you’ll end up with. 

8 thoughts on “Something Called “Shark Night 3-D” – A Movie Review”

  1. Funny, alot of reviewers say Katharine McPhee is the only one who does shine on the screen! Her death scene, they wrote, was the best acting in the movie! Other reviewers said she stole the scenes that she was in! Haters gonna hate!

    1. By no means do I hate Katharine McPhee. As I said, she’s utterly hot in the film, but I believe she has proved herself to be a talented singer, not a talented actor.

  2. It was very well authored and easy to understand. Unlike additional blogs I have read which are really not that good. I also found your posts very interesting. In fact after reading, I had to go show it to my friend and he enjoyed it as well!

  3. Hi Dean…I am into movies and I always watch most of the recent movie and I think except this one…Thanks for the idea…

  4. I am an addict with movies and I almost watch most of them…But I haven’t seen this as well…Thanks for sharing this…

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