Planet of the Sharks


Planet of the Sharks 2016

 
IMDb Ratings: 2.6/10
 
Genres: Action, Adventure, Comedy
 
Language: Hindi(ORG) + English(ORG)
 
Release Year: 2016

Director: Mark Atkins

Stars Cast: Brandon Auret, Stephanie Beran, Lindsay Sullivan
 

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 Planet of the Sharks Review

 
Well, let’s face it, it’s no big secret that if you sit down to watch any of the many creatures feature from SyFy, then you know that chances are very high that you’ll be something cheap and very low budget. And "Planet of the Sharks" was not a movie that broke that stereotype.

What do you get when you take the ingredients from "Waterworld", "Planet of the Apes" and "Jaws" and put them in a blender and serve after one hour and thirty minutes of continuous mixing at high speed? You get the "Shark Planet", of course.

The story in this movie is about our planet being hit by some kind of natural disaster that has left the whole planet flooded, and people are living on temporary flats. But water is not safe. Temperatures fluctuate, causing plankton growth to slow, resulting in a dramatic decline in the number of fish, which in turn throws other predators into the sea, leaving them with nothing to feed on. And when there is no food under the waves, sharks want to eat humans over the waves.

Of course, the story isn't the best story I've ever seen from SyFy, but it wasn't a convincing line of story either. And that was probably due to poor CGI and lack of compelling storytelling as a whole.

As with most SyFy films, the effects on "Planet of the Sharks" were questionable. Sometimes sharks looked good, but most of the time they were unhealthy, and when the wings were submerged in water, there was no visible effect of this, and it was very clear that it was just CGI shark fins that were not healthy. .

Acting in a movie was enough, as well as acting in movies like these. I found it bad to imitate, believe you me. So I would say people were doing good enough jobs with their roles and characters given during the film.

"Planet of the Sharks" is one of those guilty pleasures. You know, a movie is so bad that it's actually fun and it's kind of a fake entertainment to watch.

I rated this movie three out of ten stars. SyFy has many characteristic features, and many of them are better than this one. Sure, it's good enough to watch if you don't have anything better to watch and need a movie where you don't have to think about one, but it's not a movie you'll watch more than once.