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Jersey Shore Shark Attack [Blu-ray]

3.7 out of 5 stars 57 customer reviews

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With summer in full swing and a record-breaking Fourth of July crowd soaking up the boardwalk sun, Seaside Heights is the place to be in New Jersey! But when an illegal coastal drilling operation inadvertently unleashes a horde of man-eating albino bull sharks, the city is hurled into deadly chaos! Can a local Jersey crew band together to fend off the blood thirsty, ravenous sharks before the whole town is consumed?

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  • Actors: Paul Sorvino, Jack Scalia, Jeremy Luc, Melissa Molinaro, Joey Fatone
  • Directors: John Shepphird
  • Format: NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: ANCHOR BAY
  • DVD Release Date: August 28, 2012
  • Run Time: 87 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0085Z3BOY
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #108,907 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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The Jersey Shore is under attack by CG generated red-eyed albino "Moby Dick" sharks. This is a campy cleavage filled take off of "Jersey Shore" and shark attack movies. The production utilizes Troma style blood squirts and occasional body parts. The dialouge ranges from clever to sad and includes many bad shark attack lines such as: "You're not half the man I am."

Spoofs include hunting sharks with Roman candles and M-80s. Typical shark movie criticisms include deep water sharks in shallow water and people seen standing in water in one scene are shown treading water from underneath. Cameo appearance by Joey Fatone, who I discovered is his real name and not a gag name (Fat one) although one can't help but think that in this film.

Enjoyable Snooki spoof. I don't watch "Jersey Shore" and don't know of anyone who admits to it, but everyone knows Snooki. I am sure "Jersey Shore" fans will have more to howl about in this film.

PARENTAL GUIDE: No f-bombs, sex, or nudity. Implied sex with couple in bed on morning after. Lame wet t-shirt contest with contestants wearing bikini tops under shirts...I mean where's the point? 4 stars for those who like bad campy films.
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3 1/2 Stars For Lovers Of SyFy Original Movies
1 1/2 Stars For Everyone Else

If the very idea of combining Jersey Shore with the monster mayhem of a traditional SyFy movie doesn't appeal to you instantly, then I doubt you will enjoy anything about "Jersey Shore Shark Attack." But let's face it, there are those of us who live for these silly creations! And the idea behind this picture is truly inspired. With an appealing cast taking on skewed representations of the real life personages of the famed MTV series (Nooki and The Complication are two character names), I wanted so badly for this to be a home run. There are many flashes of comic genius, but there are also stretches of sheer dullness as well. It's this uneven tone that disappoints, as if the screenwriter wasn't fully committed to making this as lunatic as it needed to be.

Make no mistake, this is a horrendously bad movie. It was made to be so. The question, though, must be whether or not it is fun. Strangely, while this ticks many of the boxes that would make it a ridiculous camp classic, the weakest element is the actual plot. Anytime the action involves anyone other than the young Jersey Shore heroes, the movie all but grinds to a halt. No offense to the name actors who show up for a paycheck (Paul Sorvino, William Atherton, Jack Scalia), but they add very little to the actual movie. Don't try to explain town economics, real estate development, or cultural prejudices--just bring on the foam sharks and the bad impressions! My delight stems more from the Jersey Shore satire and painful special effects than for any creativity in plotting this creature feature.
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Let me start off by saying, I love B-Movie Creature Features, hell I even have a soft side for Piranha 3DD and the Lake Placid Sequels.... But when a movie has everything wrong with it... I get pissed. To tell you in all honesty, I hated the characters.... I realize that this movie is not meant to be taken seriously and I can accept that but when a movie has such annoying characters.... I am just glad I don't watch Jersey Shore that's all I have to say about that. As for the film itself, yeah.... It was pretty much epically cheesy.

Plot: Jersey Shore, a wild place for spring breakers and locals to enjoy.... But when an oil rig disturbs a sleeping ground (or something) for albino sharks with glowing red eyes, the bloodbath will begin and it'll be up to the mocks of the jersey shore characters to save the day!

Review: In my opinion I thought that if they had done a movie where the first half or at least first quarter could've taken place in 1916 with the real jersey shore shark attacks it would've been a bit better even if it were to be a bit long, but I guess the makers of this movie (which included Fred Olen Ray, Director of Super Shark, Dire Wolf, and hell even Silent Venom) saw 12 Days of Terror and thought well, guess it is time to move onto the jersey Shore Cast.... And don't get me wrong, I like Fred Olen Rays Movies, most of the time but Jersey Shore Shark Attack was so over the top.... I mean yeah it was stupid with annoying characters but there are two ways you can make a movie's plot when its title is Jersey Shore Shark Attack, you can make it serious like 12 Days of Terror, or you can make basically a fun mockery of other shark flicks and throw in the Jersey Shores Cast.
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Man-eating albino bull sharks from the bottom of the ocean......needless to say, I came for the sharks, bring on the sharks. I only wanted to see the sharks eating people. I have just a few simple requirements when it comes to killer sharks flicks..........sharks and more sharks. I wasn't expecting to watch live action cartoon people lost to themselves and their bad hair, BIG earrings, odd lingo, and pursed lips. There wasn't a functioning brain cell amongst the lot of them. Even worse, the wrong people managed to survive all of the shark attacks! And there were only three actors of note: William Atherton, Jack Scalia, and Paul Sorvino. The rest were loud obnoxious caricatures and a gay porn star. The plot was a mishmash of recycling from better films. A developer was behind the shark attacks, drawing them to shore with construction noise/vibrations. Even when it's made known they're the problem they don't stop work. Naturally, lots of miscellaneous people are killed and immediately forgotten (not reported missing). This left far too much time for the crazy characters to shout and run around. They also tossed in a strained relationship while they were at it (as though anyone would care at that point). One semi-celebrity is sacrificed to a shark as a joke (Joey Fatone). It might have been funny had the guy been more famous or infamous or known on any level other than as a has-been.

Dumbest scene in this movie, a guy has to rescue his girlfriend because she's too stupid to unbuckle her own shoe!

I'm assuming this was meant to be a comedy (?). If so.............why didn't they think to hire comedy writers?
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