Franz Patrick - wrote on 12/24/07
People are quick to label this picture as a "bad movie." I beg to differ. For an indie film, this is an amazing accomplishment. For a budget of basically nothing, I challenge you to create a movie that can generate as much tension as this film provided. Try shooting sharks swimming around actors. Hell, try HIRING actors that would do something crazy like swim with sharks for a couple hundred dollars. It's no easy task. After watching this film, I couldn't even imagine thinking of going to the beach. I was shaken for a while and I couldn't help but wonder how the filmmakers made this movie. The story is simple here: a couple was forgotten by their diving group and the sharks wish to eat them. A tension-rich movie is the product. I'm always enthusiastic to recommend this film because I want more people to appreciate it. People often complain that they're sick of "Hollywood movies that suck." Well, believe it or not, great indie films ARE out there. People just refuse to open their eyes. The question is, are you to remain one of them?