Swamp Shark – Der Killerhai (TV Movie 2011)

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Swamp Shark – Der Killerhai: Directed by Griff Furst. With Christopher Berry, Wade Boggs, Marcus Lyle Brown, Jason Rogel. An animal smuggling deal goes wrong, resulting in a large shark escaping into the swampy backwoods river.

“Initially when I sat down to watch this movie I was expecting it to be yet another of those endless streams of crappy b-movies about killer animals, a movie with lousy effects and an equally lousy storyline. u0026quot;Swamp Sharku0026quot;, despite its name, was actually surprisingly nice in comparison with so many others of the same genre.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe storyline in u0026quot;Swamp Sharku0026quot; was pretty much as expected, a killer shark on the rampage, in a swamp nonetheless, terrorizing the people in the area and going on a feeding frenzy. Of course it terrorizes the wrong people and they decide to hunt it down. I mean, what else are restaurant owners to do, eh? Pretty much textbook storyline here, so donu0026#39;t expect any brilliant ideas or surprise plot twists. And you already know the ending of the movie right from the first minute of watching it. But hey, the movie was still entertaining.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eAs for the cast in u0026quot;Swamp Sharku0026quot;, well then I think they were actually alright, and put on good performances. Of course, with a movie like this, it is not going to be award-winning performances, but still, the actors and actresses did good jobs with their given roles. Most of the cast was fairly unfamiliar to me, so it was good to see some new faces.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe special effect and CGI in u0026quot;Swamp Sharku0026quot; was good enough. Sure there were a couple of scenes where you donu0026#39;t buy into the CGIs, as they were just too much of an eyesore, but in overall general, the effects and CGI came off working well enough.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eDespite u0026quot;Swamp Sharku0026quot; being somewhat better than so many of the same genre, there just isnu0026#39;t enough entertainment value in the movie for a second watching. You watch this movie once, then bag and tag it on the DVD shelf.”


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