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Raging Sharks

2.7 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews

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Editorial Reviews

Oceania, an underwater seismic survey lab, picks up an unusual phenomenon from the ocean floor: a field of magnetic pulses that drive sharks into a frenzy. Dr. Mike Olsen, his wife Linda, and their crew monitor the incredible convergence of hundreds of sh

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Product Details

  • Actors: Vanessa Angel, Corbin Bernsen, Todd Jensen, Corin Nemec, Elise Muller
  • Directors: Danny Lerner
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Echo Bridge
  • DVD Release Date: October 4, 2005
  • Run Time: 93 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000AJJMNW
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #128,198 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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I would not recommend this movie to anyone.Bad script,bad acting,shark attack images are very dodgy, the moving sharks are a cut and paste job from a National Geographic documentary.Don't waste your money on this.
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Magic orange crystals left at the bottom of the ocean by aliens cause sharks to go into a frenzy and attack an underwater research lab.

The acting is terrible, however not even skilled actors could have done anything with this script, and the shark attacks look cheesy. My favorite character was a guy that had an english accent on occasion and an american accent must of the other time.

Don't watch this movie unless you like watching crappy movies,
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you did see something.

I saw this movie on tv and must admit it kept me on the edge of my seat. It wasn't like other shark movies, sure it had lot's of sharks and bloody scenes but it seemed to be a turn on every corner especially the ending with a twist that I never saw before in a shark film. Guess that's why it was on Sci Fi channel.
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RAGING SHARKS is a bottom feeder of a shark movie. Director Danny Lerner would have us believe that an alien race lost a cold fusion crystal in the ocean where sharks were driven into a killing frenzy. Sharks in fact need no motivation to do that, but here they attack helpless divers en mass. The problem is that these sharks are clearly rubber ones yet divers continually wind up in their maw. There is an underwater lab manned by the lovely Vanessa Angel who along with two other nubile female scientists oddly enough refuse to disrobe, thus removing even that incentive to watch. The subplots are intrusive: a cold fusion crystal, a secret government spy op, an American sub skippered by Corbin Bernson whose sub is bracketed by the same weird eminations from that crystal that are causing vital electronic components to go blooey. The ending, which I shall not reveal here, is one that I cannot reveal since I do not understand it. And right here you have the basic thrust: a film that makes no sense on any level.
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this movie was good I just love movies about the ocean so its a classic of mine for the shark collection , besides it was not bad over all.
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"Raging Sharks" is the worst shark movie ever made in Bulgaria. While that would seem self-evident, it's actually not, as believe it or not director Danny Lerner made the wretchedly melodramatic "Shark Zone" there in 2003 (with what appears to be the same shark puppet.) B-movie veteran Lerner came back with this vastly more peculiar shark movie two years later. For fans of bad movies, this is an absolute must-see. Let me say right off the bat that I know the movie is terrible and deserves one star (or less,) but the immense creativity, hilarious premise, and mind-boggling diversity of plotpoints in "Raging Sharks" earns it a bonus star. I have certainly never seen another movie like it.

When the movie began I swore I had put the wrong DVD in the player, as the film opens with an amazingly hokey alien spaceship experiencing an explosive calamity above the earth, subsequently plunging into the ocean, crashing into a ship in the Bermuda Triangle (!) in the process...what are the odds? Once submerged there is a huge nuclear explosion, and a mysterious cask falls to the ocean floor. Kudos to Lerner and writer Les Weldon for devising one of the most inane, yet amusing plot setups in movie history. Fast forward five years and the support ship "Paradiso" is hovering over the "Oshona" underwater research lab, which is affixed to the bottom of the sea. A storm is brewing (of course) and the immensely unlikeable and unbelievable captain of the "Paradiso" finds himself unable to communicate because they're in the Bermuda Triangle. (Ponder.
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