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Shark Lake (2015)

Shark Lake (2015)

Dolph LundgrenSara Malakul LaneLily Brooks O'BriantMichael Aaron Milligan
Jerry Dugan


Shark Lake (2015) is a English movie. Jerry Dugan has directed this movie. Dolph Lundgren,Sara Malakul Lane,Lily Brooks O'Briant,Michael Aaron Milligan are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2015. Shark Lake (2015) is considered one of the best Action,Adventure,Crime,Drama,Horror,Thriller movie in India and around the world.

Fiercely protective single-mom Meredith Hendricks happens to also be the best cop in her quiet town on Lake Tahoe. When a black-market exotic species dealer named Clint, is paroled from prison, something he let loose begins to make its presence known. Swimmers and land-lovers alike begin to become part of the food chain at an unbelievable rate. Meredith and the new man in her life, a biologist named Peter, begin to investigate these brutal attacks and discover that they're not just hunting one eating machine, but a whole family of them. After a documentary crew is devoured when they don't take the threat seriously, it's up to Meredith, Peter, and the unlikely hero, Clint, to stop the most dangerous thing on the planet: A mother protecting its young. Not everyone will make it out alive, but those who do will never forget this summer at Shark Lake.


Shark Lake (2015) Reviews

  • Dolph Lundgren vs. A Shark! Looks like Sharnado on 4 instead of 11.


    As a kid from the 80's growing up in Lundgren's prime, I still find the man massive on the screen, especially when he's not doing a movie that evolves other action heroes, which I have not seen him do in a while. The big man plays a convicted wild life trafficker trying to make contact with his daughter who's being protected by a small town sheriff who took her in after he went to jail. Now it seems only Lundgren can stop a shark infestation happening on the lake they all live on. I make it sound more action packed than it really is. It's the most original antagonist Lundgren has ever faced. It's too bad the special effects on his antagonist was so crappy or they could have really had something good here. It tries to be Jaws but nothing can top that. It rips of Piranha 3D, but at least those movies are not trying to be something they are not. Although Shark Lake did have it's fun moments, like a Steve Irwin type who hunts down fish for the BBC, it's funny for all the wrong reasons. With that said, It does have a, so bad it's good, quality to it, and is worth watching just to smile at how horrible it is.

  • The Opposite of Jaws


    It amazes me that Jaws was made 40 years ago and its still the best shark movie ever made, even though effects have come a long way since then. While Jaws did everything right, this movie did everything wrong. With Dolph Lungren in this movie, I thought at least the special effects would be good. They are atrocious! The attacks are atrocious! The suspense is atrocious! And the acting is a bore! If I could have given a zero, I would. Totally forgettable. One of the worst scenes was a shark barreling into the boat and the effect of water pouring in was laughable. Why did I waste 90 minutes of my life for this. Learn from my mistake and don't do the same.

  • Mix the love part and a better horror element and maybe....


    My quick rating - 3,5/10. Really bad. I do appreciate the CGI swimmers against a underwater backdrop that has to be public domain video at this point. The movie is laughable to that level and the only shimmering glimpse of hope is the story? Did I really just say that? If you take away the stupid supposed horror element of normal sized bull sharks hanging out in a lake you actually have a somewhat interesting idea. The romance involves the dealer that sells exotic animals and something he lets lose in the water happens to have babies and is a shark. OK, dumb there, but when it is revealed for other purpose just seemed like the story warped two together since he did so to get back with his ex. OK, sounds dumb, but I saw a glimmer of hope, didn't say it was great. Either way, avoid this movie but maybe Jerry Duggan has something up his sleeve(if he hangs onto his screenplay writer) for something better.

  • B without the bite.....


    Shark Lake is a B grade flick without the bite found in mainstream films like Jaws. This film relies too much on munch-able eye candy in the form of scantily clad men and women, where a proper storyline, lots of action and accompanying quality creature effects, would have taken it so much further. The acting ranges from average through to awful. This film would have been much better, for example, without the fake English shark hunter. A clichéd characterization that would make any real Brit wince. So is there any basis on which on recommend Shark Lake? Well, its not utterly dreadful but its action scenes are so watered down (pardon the pun), that what should have been the driving force, in a film of this kind, is mostly absent. Three out of ten from me.

  • Poor Dolph....


    When he was in his heyday in the mid to late 1980s, with a Bond and a Rocky smash behind him, it must have seemed to Lundgren that he would wind up in the 'Stallone/Schwarzenegger' bracket with strings of mega smash box office hits and multi million dollar contracts. Sadly for him, it didn't quite pan out that way with a stream of dreadful B movies coming his way instead from studios desperate to get a smash on their hands. If I were him I'd be looking to dish out a Drago style beating to my handlers for landing me a load of crappy roles in films with 'The XXXXX' in the title... A plus for him is that he isn't the worse performer in this pile of doo doo, which must be the dreadful female lead. The film is surprisingly good fun with all the silliness, cheese, and dreadful acting and ludicrous scripting you'd expect. The cinematography is also worth a mention, some of the nature shots are quite stunning. Harmless inoffensive twaddle at best.


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