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Plot: A businessman sinks $200 million into a special project to help fight Alzheimer's disease. As part of this project, medical biologist Susan McAlester rather naughtily figures out a way to genetically enlarge shark brains, so that disease-battling enzymes can be harvested. However, the shark… Runtime: 105 min Release Date: 28 Jul 1999
One of my favorite shark horror monsters movies and favorite Thomas Jane film (by ivo-cobra8)
Deep Blue Sea 1999 is my favorite shark monsters horror film and favorite film of Thomas Jane. I am a fan of the actor and this one The Punisher 2004 and Thursday 1998 are his favorite roles. Carter Blake is my favorite Thomas Jane role he played. It is my childhood movie I saw it as a kid, I never had a problems with the film. It is fast paced, entertaining action horror flick. The idea about Alzheimer's disease making sharks smart was brilliant.I enjoy this film it is my favorite shark film, a lot of peoples are going for Jaws this is my favorite monster shark movie. From the <more>
actors, the plot, the story, music score, stunts and real practical effects no stupid CGI, I love movies like that. I love this film to death I love it so damn much. If you like Jurassic Park 1993 then you will like this one, this is another film with animals who become smart. A preview tour, a theme park suffers a major power breakdown that allows its cloned dinosaur exhibits to run amok.In Jurassic Park was breakdown and a paleontologist with two kids in the park has to fight for survival, but in this movie a team of scientist must fight for survival when trio biogenic sharks becomes smarter and they flood the facility now the team must come on surfers and fight for survival. Searching for a cure to Alzheimer's disease, a group of scientists on an isolated research facility become the prey, as a trio of intelligent sharks fight back. The situation plunges into chaos when multiple genetically engineered sharks go on rampage and flood the facility.I love this film and it really surprised me with the plot twist: LL Cool J as Sherman "Preacher" Dudley so surprised me when he was stuck in the accident in the kitchen he dealt with the shark him self who eat his bird.Jumps out of upper oven and swims away, "You ate my bird!" lights lighter, throws lighter into open oven and blows up the shark fantastic scene.Thomas Jane as Carter Blake was the most smartest, tougher guy, brave shark hunter I have ever seen. He saved those people in the water in the opening scene from shark in which a shark wanted to eat them. I love his character he fought against the third shark and he kicked his ass. He was a brave hero I love the actor so damn much. He gave a good performance of him self. He wrestler the shark in which preacher shot's him with a harpoon and blows up the shark, but my hero survives I love that so much. Thomas Jane is a great actor I love him in this movie. Saffron Burrows as Dr. Susan McAlester anti heroine and the tritagonist the head of a team of scientists was excellent as the villain the same time was also a heroine in this film. I love the actress so much. Wonder what happened to her?, I don't see her in any good movies this days since she went making this movie "Deep Blue Sea". Saffron Burrows was great as Dr. Susan McAlester she electrocute the second shark with a power cable all by her self that was a bad-ass scene. She sacrifice her self by helping Carter stopping the third shark from escaping. This film was directed by Finnish director Renny Harlin who previous directed A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master, Cliffhanger, Die Hard 2, The Long Kiss Goodnight and Mindhunters which I thought he did a great job directing it. Music score for this film was excellent by Trevor Rabin.Jurassic World 2015 copied Deep Blue Sea 1999 T-Rex was faster and smarter hunter and he tricked people believing he escaped off the fence, but actually he was hunting them, they make, the T-Rex smarter hunter! I already saw that in Deep Blue Sea, when doctors implant the human brains in the sharks. In here they did the same thing with the T-Rex! This movie come out the same year as The Matrix come out and of course I went to see that movie in the movie theater with my mom. This movie I ranted in the video store a year later on VHS tape. Samuel L. Jackson is in here and he surprised he was eaten again the same he was eaten in Jurassic Park. I thought Samuel L. Jackson will be the lead guy, but I was surprised when he was eaten by a shark.Stellan Skarsgård is in this movie from Thor and Thor: The Dark World and he is so young and thin in this movie. You have adrenaline-pumped shock waves and of course you have a great explosion, great underwater scenes. Thomas Jane did 100% of him in this movie. Everything was for real no CGI bulls***. 10/10 I love this flick to death, it is my all time favorite shark monster horror film. You love Jaws I love Deep Blue Sea to death! Especially I love the ending and the conclusion only two heroes survives in this movie. I love the song Deepest Bluest Shark's Fin that was performed from LL Cool J. for this movie.
Deep Blue Sea is very good shark movie. The cast is different and the acting is good especially by Jackson.Thomas Jane and LL Cool J was good and the scenes between him and his bird were funny.Saffron Burrows is really a good actress and a very good looking woman!I was disappointed that the great talent of Ronny Cox didn't say not one word: The music by Trevor Rabin was great and the effects are awesome! I was surprised by who got killed and who lived. The making of Deep Blue Sea on the special edition was really good! If you like Jaws then see Deep Blue Sea because its just as good!
I'm now a true Renny Harlin fan (by whitman4562001)
This movie put me directly in the Renny Harlin camp. Some might argue that is was too derivative of Jaws; but I would disagree. Renny used Jaws as an influence and created a very engaging fresh story... that stretched Jaws a little farther... in that the story provided a reason for the sharks to attack. And, believe it or not, I thought the sharks looked a lot more menacing than the one in Jaws. I am not sure why Renny gets such a bad rap on this site. Every movie I have seen of his delivers what it is suppose to deliver: wall to wall action, and likable characters though not too deep that <more>
we can all root for. I look forward to his future films. I think he is the best of the popcorn directors, and hope other aspiring directors follow his lead.
A Thriller that Avoids the Usual Pitfalls (by TimBoHannon)
"What does an eight thousand pound mako shark with a brain the size of a flat head V8 engine and no natural predators think about?" So asks Samuel L. Jackson in Renny Harlin's stupendous thriller "Deep Blue Sea." Franklin is one of seven people trapped beneath the ocean's surface. One of them has already died, and three unnaturally brilliant sharks are eager for more. The undersea laboratory is flooding, and wherever the water travels the sharks can follow.The movie opens when an escaped experimental shark attacks a 25 foot boat. The two couples aboard are saved <more>
from becoming fish chow at the last moment. The resulting publicity gives primary investor Russell Franklin Jackson cold feet about the safety of his money. He gives the scientists one final chance, and he needs to be present to satisfy his mind.Dr. Susan McCallister a mildly de-beautified Saffron Burrows is attempting to harvest enzymes found in shark brains for human benefit. Unfortunately, she can produce enough enzyme volume only by increasing the size of the three sharks' brains. When a medical emergency arises, the sharks seize their opportunity to breach the inner part of the facility. The survivors are Franklin, McCallister, Carter Blake Thomas Jane , a shark wrangler; Jan Higgins Jacqueline McKenzie , the medical assistant; Tom Scoggins Michael Rapaport , the facility engineer; and Sherman Dudley LL Cool J , the chef.One trait that elevates "Deep Blue Sea" above nearly every other hunter-and-hunted movie is its cleverness. The closest anybody comes to stupid is when they spend too much time looking at cracking glass. Harlin and the three writers never contrive situations for extra effect. We are warned about the risks each new area holds. Both the places the humans go and effects of the sharks' destruction are entirely reasonable and believable. When falling debris burns Carter's arm, he must bandage it to prevent his dripping blood from endangering the whole group. Sure, ladders break with characters on them, but those are natural occurrences considering the structural damage around them.Most of the tense parts do not even involve a device such as the breaking ladder. The humans spend a majority of their time in undamaged areas. By moving his camera underwater, Harlin provides a constant reminder than even those places are not safe. In fact, two of the decisive encounters occur in undestroyed areas.The layout of the structure is clearly explained. When the characters speak amongst themselves, we are reminded of the design without hearing them needlessly tell each other what they already know. No extra words are needed for us to follow their progress and thinking. When mere words are not sufficient, Harlin shows the speaker skim his finger over a floor plan. They discuss the pros and cons of each decision and always make the most intelligent one.The movie makes no attempt to conceal the sources of its plot. The chase around a facility with a shrinking safe area comes from the Alien movies and the end of "Jurassic Park." The idea of smart sharks is taken from "Jaws." Harlin borrows the "shark vision" camera from "Jaws" and composer Trevor Rabin makes his impending danger theme similar to John Williams'. The sharks die the same way as those from the Jaws trilogy. "Deep Blue Sea" does not rip off those films, but rather expresses great pride towards its inspirations. Harlin provides a new twist to their masterful ingenuity without plagiarizing it.The sharks are the main audience draw, but the humans remain the movie's true stars. Each has his or her own personality and reaction to traumatic events. They are not merely sources for lines that need to be spoken. They all have their strengths and drawbacks; every personal relationship carries its own dynamic. Higgins undergoes the most shock and Franklin takes responsibility for helping her along. Some characters undergo change, most notably Scoggins and Dr. McCallister.Burrows has the most difficult role. Watching her at the beginning of the movie and then skipping to the end will reveal two different people. That indicates successful acting. McKenzie's part is a close second on the difficulty scale, and she also evolves with the character. Samuel L. Jackson convinces us of Franklin's role of stability and authority. I agree with James Berardinelli; Jackson is one of the greatest actors working today. Jane and Cool J bring even more to their roles than would be satisfactory. Franklin and Carter are the rocks of the group and the two the others can least afford to lose.All of these elements are figuratively chapters 1-11 of the pre-marriage counseling book. The attacks themselves are chapter 12. Chapter 12 is the most fun and rewarding part of the marriage, but the prior lessons are what make it so special. The foundation is solid, and the ferocious shark scenes are even better. They come quickly and unexpectedly, and nobody is guaranteed to make it to the 100th minute. Harlin withholds opening credits to cast further doubt as to who will be next. Then, as soon as we think we have it all figured out, Harlin reveals that the sharks are even smarter than we imagined. "Deep Blue Sea" rates a nine of ten.
At first sight one may think this is a far from original movie since we have seen dangerous sharks and other wild creatures in too many thrillers before. Some famous, but not always great films in this genre are `Jaws', `Tremors', the `Alien' trilogy and of course `Deep rising'. Although this one does not divers much from the above mentioned movies, it certainly does combine elements from those titles in a superb way. The sharks look more vicious than `Jaws', and they are way more intelligent. Here we see the element of genetically experiments from `Jurassic park'. <more>
Quite unusual for a movie of this genre is the character development we are treated on. It also shows us that the line between good and evil can be extremely thin. All this gives the movie an extra dimension. Despite the serious touch `Deep blue sea' remains a fun movie witch does not take itself too serious. Just watch the cook fight the shark and you'll understand! It's the loose approach you know from `Tremors' and `Deep rising'. Isn't there anything wrong left to mention? Yes, there is since Samuel L. Jackson does not get enough screenplay. His departure from the movie is abrupt, but funny to. In conclusion I can recommend this flick to everybody who is in for an exciting and funny evening.
"Deep Blue Sea" is a scary, effective thriller from "Cliffhanger" director Renny Harlin. It's no "Jaws" to be sure, but it's a classic compared to the three "Jaws" sequels. It's about a team of scientists who work at an underwater facility somewhere in the Pacific Ocean. These scientists, led by Dr. Susan McAlester Saffron Burrows , have genetically altered the brains of three huge Mako sharks to develop a potential cure for Alzheimer's disease. This creates a major problem for the scientists. The Mako sharks have become more smarter <more>
than they ever imagined, and before long the scientists are on their menu. Who will survive? After a slow start, "Deep Blue Sea" becomes a very entertaining show all the way to the end. The special effects are good if not great , and the action scenes are suspenseful and exciting. Be prepared for one moment in this film that will make you jump from your seat. The performances by the humans are good, but pale by comparison to the performances by the sharks. Samuel L. Jackson is kinda funny in this film, since his performance here is not some of his best work. LL Cool J on the other hand is very funny as the chef known as Preacher, who's best friend is a parrot. Saffron Burrows and Thomas Jane as shark wrangler Carter Blake are fine even though their characters as well as all the other characters in the movie aren't developed that much. But these weaknesses are a minor factor. In my opinion, "Deep Blue Sea" was the best horror movie of last year. Yes, I though this movie was better than "The Sixth Sense" very good , "The Blair Witch Project" so-so , and "The Haunting" terrible . However, "Deep Blue Sea" bares more of a resemblence to the crocodile picture "Lake Placid" which opened two weeks before this, than it does to those three big moneymakers. "Lake Placid" was good, but "Deep Blue Sea" was better. If you want some advice on what movies to see about killer sharks, see "Jaws" and "Deep Blue Sea". Forget about "Jaws 2", "Jaws 3", and especially "Jaws The Revenge". "Jaws" is the best, but "Deep Blue Sea" is close behind. And for those out there who thought this was a "Jaws" ripoff, come on! Give me a break! This movie has a different location the undersea laboratory is not off Amity Island , different characters no Brodys in sight , and different sharks the "Jaws" movies had Great White Sharks; "Deep Blue Sea" has Mako sharks . And the shark attacks are much faster and more vicious. I go to see these movies for scares, thrills, and excitement, and "Deep Blue Sea" delivers the goods.***1/2 out of four
Tense and underrated film from an under-appreciated director. (by BroadswordCallinDannyBoy)
The premise of many movies can usually be crudely approximated by saying that it is: *insert movie title here* meets *another movie title*. Sometimes you can put in a "via *yet another movie title*" at the end for additional detail. If that's the case, then this movie is simply "Jaws" meets "Aliens" via "Godzilla" or "Jurassic Park." It is a very simple premise. But this movie is all about the execution.And the execution is very good. Nicely done elaborate sets, tense pacing, and some truly heart-pounding moments as scientists who have <more>
become trapped in an underwater, and slowly sinking deeper, facility try to make it out alive. The science is perhaps a little less fascinating that the science or, rather, science-fiction of "Jurassic Park," and the science aspect of the film is kept to a minimum as this film is all about suspense. And it knows it, and as a result, that is just what it serves.Directed by the quite underrated Renny Harlin who has never had too much success after the smash sequel to "Die Hard" and the reasons are all beyond me. He directs great action scenes that make use of a variety of techniques and not just the quick frenetic cutting that other action directors seem to love. He really captures the motion of the action that is happening, and he manages to do it in a nice graceful fashion, which is ironic in capturing utter chaos. But that is really no matter since it works wonderfully. A scene where a helicopter crashes resulting in a tremendous explosion is a terrific example of this and it only gets better from there. Despite some corny story elements this is an action movie, remember and some glaringly obvious CGI I don't think they dared use real sharks for some scenes! it is still entertaining since the clichés are not there to the point of insult. In an action movie, clichés are inevitable, since the focus is on action and not deep plot. Many films fail at this by providing an assault on the senses for action, lame attempts at drama that can be side-stepped in an action film with some cliché , and unrealistically badass characters. Sure, an action hero has got to be badass to a point, but some are just plain old silly since it totally conflicts with the drama they a film often tries to inject into its characters. Harlin has a knack for realizing this and offering great action/suspense and an acceptable level of cliché that is just part of the genre. --- 8/10BsCDb classification: 13+ --- violence/gore
I thought Deep Blue Sea was one of the best shark movies created. I was very fascinated by the scientific part of the movie. The basis wasn't just on terror and blood. I think there's a real personal side to it for the lead character. She had watched her father suffer for years, and that drive and desire to prevent the same thing from happening to so many others gave the movie the obsession that it had. I found it refreshing that this movie had a woman obsessed with helping others instead of some risqué character obsessed with sex or violence. However, the other characters were not <more>
introduced to well. You never really found out anything about them. There were some suggestive hints about Carter having a background, but it was as if the movie left you hanging, or you got to make up whatever happened yourself.There were some bad points as well. Firstly, the relationships between the characters weren't consistent. One minute, it would seem that certain characters were just acquaintances or co-workers, and the next, they seemed to be such close friends. Though, I suppose a tragedy like that would have that effect on people. The other fact that gets me every time I watch the movie is how many times Carter falls down! Yes, sometimes it's unavoidable, but then, others, you can tell he randomly jumps and slides away. Every time they try to do anything, Carter is falling down. Also, what gets to me each time I see the movie is when the stretcher hits the window. All the cast members stand there watching. I know that if I were the room and that first chunk of glass had flown from the window, I wouldn't wait and see what happens next--I would have been running for the door long before they did.
Definitely the best Shark movie since Jaws. (by oldman007)
I've always enjoyed Deep Blue Sea since I was 9 years old. It's just so much to watch.Basically, in the middle of the ocean..hundreds of miles away from anything..you have a special scientist lab to experiment on sharks. You have people doing experiments on them to change the way their brain cells think. Trying to make sharks think differently and make them smarter etc. For example, the whole plan was to make the sharks smarter, meaning, they wouldn't mistake seals for humans and wouldn't come near humans ever again. But, unfortunately, instead, it was the opposite, the sharks <more>
got smarter on how to catch and kill the human. The whole plan backfired.Now, in the middle of the sea, in the middle of nowhere. These sharks break into the scientist lab and the whole lab is now flooded with water and they are all now racing to stay one step ahead of these 3 sharks.The acting especially from LL Cool J is really good. Not the best acting ever, but definitely real and incredibly down to earth.And I have to say this now, it had the most original ending i've possible ever seen. Finally, a film where all the women die and a film where a black man survives! That, to me, is just fantastic, cause you hardly ever see that. I give Deep Blue Sea 8/10.