2 female scuba diver, a wreck, and a shark! [Blog exclusive]

Well, I guess you know what might happen in that video….

This one is from a movie I know for quite a while and that was recommended at least by 2 folks over the years.

I posted about the first movie of the movie series in two posts:

Post 1

Post 2

This movie will be featured in (at least) one future post as well.

In this early scene of the movie, two women dive together into a wreck. But some shark is quite hungry…

Preview:

(click to enlarge)

And here is the video:

Video

Scenes from the first movie were blocked on Youtube back then and this is quite brutal (even you don’t see much) so I decided to post this one on Drive as well.

Well, for me the scene is ….ok. Some others may like it better than me… I guess.

The shark scenes where a real shark was filmed are good, the cheap prop they used for some closeups is really… cheap.

Yeah, I know the budget was small and CGI wasn’t really an option back in 2000…but the result just looks bad.

Also, the roaring sounds of the shark are just laughable! Reminds me of Tomb Raider 2 😉

What morons come up with such fantasy sounds?

The camera work during the attack is quite bad, most likely as they couldn’t show the prop shark for too long.

On the plus side, the dive equipment is solid and there are some intense perilous moments as the divers are quite “loud”.

Ok, for me that kind of peril isn’t exciting at all… but well, others may see that differently.

Also, I wonder why they didn’t have at least one or two minutes with these women on the surface with some dialogue lines.

I mean she gets chomped by that shark and we know nothing about her and didn’t hear one word from her. That way the audience doesn’t care too much about her.

The next scene that I will present in a future post is more interesting… at least for me.

Wanna know the title of this movie?

IMDB-link

What do you think of that scene?

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