Shark Bait is a unsuitable film on many levels, but it's one of those movies that's hard to judge the quality from the material itself. For years, people have been making \"Shark Bait 3D\" types of flicks, talking about the great story of the film, or how it was such a great picture when it was released, but at the end of the day, they're all the exact same; boring, schmaltzy, and a little stupid.
Be that as it may, it would not be appropriate to discuss Shark Bait's quality or predicament. The films are just that, films and they're made for entertainment purposes. There's no one to blame for this one, as long as a movie is being made, it will be marketed as a movie, and that is exactly what they've done. The film is even a similar movie to the other movies that have attempted to film such a story. I'm hesitant to go on, but I'm not sure what else to say about this, other than to simply encourage you to check out Shark Bait. It is one of those movies that you just have to see to gain an enough understanding of what's really going on. Much like Godzilla, the movie will interest you, but if you have an adequate understanding of what's going on, you'll feel that what's happening was a bit of a stretch. In that case, it's a good thing that reality is a bit true to life, as it can be a bit.. well that's all I can say. This is just a film, but I would rather watch Shark Bait than any of the films above ðŸ
The ending of Shark Bait is what kind of shakes up the movie. I was watching the movie, and the rest of it was nothing special, but suddenly there it was... that shark! Yet it was so unnatural, but luckily for me at least, that messed up ending is something that is done right before you're done watching? Essentially, that's the best part. This is a classic tale of the battling of man and nature. We are introduced to a great lawyer and an alligator, whose battle is a must know to every man. 7211a4ac4a