Deep Blue Sea 2

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  1. CPT HOOK

    CPT HOOK Well-Known Member

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    I kind of agree with the reviews. Fine for a SyFy watch, but I'd never watch it again.
     
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    Likewise I do prefer it over the Sharknado movies though.
     
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    This looks like crap, a low-budget remake of the original.

    Why is this thread in the "Classic" section?
     
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    Good question! I hadn't even noticed that until now. :eek:
     
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    It's Deep Blue Sea, where else would you put it?
     
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    Well the first Deep Blue Sea is probably one of the better killer shark movies after Jaws. I'm OK with that one being in "Classics". This sequel sounds like a massive waste of time and shouldn't be labled as such. I have zero desire to see it, that's for sure.
     
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    On Digital July 28th
    On Disc August 25th
     
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    Bella's back lol I'll bite since I have the double feature dvd but man the 2nd film is terrible. At least from the trailer it looks better than part 2.
     
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    Well that looks garbage.
     
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    Ha ha

    I thought it looked good with decent production for a DTV shark movie.

    Compared to anything asylum or syfy suit out this looks like a masterpiece.

    Obviously just using the name for sales. But I will definitely have a look.
     
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    It just seems stale and boring to me. Give me some hot chicks in bikini's, blood and gore and I might be curious enough to check it out, but a plot about climate change and very well covered bodies (from what the trailer showed) doesn't sound fun. And yes, I know the original film didn't show much skin but it was also just a much better movie than these "in name only" sequels.
     
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    It each to their own. I can't take the chap gore and cgi of the asylum/syfi movies.

    I just want some decently produced shark killing, this looks like it might deliver that. With regards to story I can easily ignore that to be honest.
     
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    To be honest I don't watch those asylum/syfi movies either. I did watch the trailer again and it does have a few good looking shots sprinkled in there but just feels incredibly boring.
     
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    Movie aside for a second.... Still think it's funny that this is in the "classics" section. I mean Deep Blue See 2 is no Deep Blue See 1 :p
     
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