That girl you think is a slut ("American Idol" runner-up Katharine Mc Phee) is really just fond of tattoos.That black scholarship athlete you first see as frightening (Sinqua Walls) is really just playing a joke.assembles all the requisite stereotypes that comprise a small group of Tulane college students headed to a lake in Louisiana for a weekend of frivolous fun.No need to learn the names, since there is not one bit of character development.The film centers on a group of seven Tulane University college students who make spontaneous plans for a weekend of fun on Louisiana's fictional Lake Crosby, a destination far enough to elicit a first-person driving montage.After the obligatory, unrelated prologue kill, the characters are introduced and defined with a mix of fakeouts and exposition.What is first believed to be a boating accident is soon discovered to be the handiwork of a shark. Yes, a shark in a saltwater lake and more than one.
- "Love You Like an Animal", King Fantastic - "All Black Ying Yang (The Party Song)", Cook Classic - "Bouncer", California Wildebeest - "Minute Men", "La Clemenzo di Tito - Parto ma tu ben mio", Asia Bryant - "Bad Girls", Chappo - "Come Home", California Wildebeest - "Lies", Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin - "Back in the Saddle", Apex Manor - "Teenage Blood", DJ Dan feat.
In recent years, its ranks have grown with the likes of Piranha 3D and a variety of inane, Roger Corman-produced Syfy original TV movies. That in theaters it was called Shark Night 3D and opened at the end of summer link it to the surprisingly well-reviewed 2010 Piranha.
The PG-13 rating, though, gives us far less gore, profanity, and nudity, making it a natural fit for basic cable.
Basically, the only way to get help is to transport him across the lake to civilization. The kills are boring, consisting of a shot of a shark approaching its prey, then cut to roiling red water. The mystery of how and why this lake is inhabited with a plethora of shark species culminates in a brain numbing resolution of stupidity.
How I wish I could get into spoilers and pick apart the story.