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Michael Brody and Sean Brody, the sons of former Amity police chief Martin Brody, work at Florida's Sea World, a seaside park run by Calvin Bouchard. Sean befriends Kelly Ann Bukowski, and Michael's girlfriend Kathryn Morgan is Sea World's head scientist who always works with Sea World's dolphins Cindy and Sandy. In its man-made lagoon, about 40 feet under the water, Sea World opens the Undersea Kingdom, a new set of underwater glass tunnels that have their own control room, and Calvin's friend Philip FitzRoyce is there to do some filming. When Sea World diver Shelby Overman vanishes, everyone is worried. Michael and Kathryn head into the water, where they find a baby great white shark and decide to bring it to Sea World to put it on display, but at Sea World, the baby shark dies. When Overman's body is found, Michael vomits when he sees it. Kathryn looks at the body and knows that the baby shark could not have been the shark that killed Overman, because the baby shark's bite radius
Release:
IMDb:
3.7
Quality:
SD
Duration:
99 min
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Time Out
Put in a baking tray, gas mark 7, and enjoy a turkey.
June 24, 2006
Antagony & Ecstasy
So hokey and so incredibly incompetent in execution that it feels less wicked in its ignorance and more like a comic relief hillbilly, of the sort seen in this very movie's water-skiing interludes.
January 12, 2012
Mania.com
A living testament to how low a studio will stoop to generate a few bucks.
July 26, 2013
Video-Reviewmaster.com
Enough is too much...even in 3-D. The franchise sinks.
June 01, 2007
TV Guide
Since the wholly unimaginative series needed a gimmick at this point to stay afloat, the new but short-lived 3-D craze came along just in time.
December 10, 2007
Journal and Courier (Lafayette, IN)
Where's the three strikes and you're out rule for cinema when you need it. This bites!
November 03, 2002
Eye for Film
Jaws 3-D ultimately suffers from the same problem as many cute animal films aimed at kids. It spends far too much of its time on boring humans and their boring relationships.
August 19, 2013
Variety
Surprisingly tepid.
December 10, 2007
New York Times
It's harmless but unsurprising.
August 30, 2004
Common Sense Media
Cheesy '80s sequel has lots of violence, peril.
September 20, 2016