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In the taut thriller, when Nancy (Blake Lively) is surfing on a secluded beach, she finds herself on the feeding ground of a great white shark. Though she is stranded only 200 yards from shore, survival proves to be the ultimate test of wills, requiring all of Nancy’s ingenuity, resourcefulness, and fortitude.
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HDR Quality: 5/5
Audio Quality: 4.5/5
PROS: The best part of the movie was the tension. It was electric! You were set up in very basic, very improbable location (with very little recourses) and you were tasked with thinking creatively. That was the fun part. And even though there was so little that could actually take place because of the location, it didn't stop from building up the tension that was inevitably there. Another thing that critics disliked, but I really enjoyed, was the acting. BLAKE LIVELY took a difficult role and made it her own. There was so little room for creative character development, emotionally wise, but she did the best she could which I saw.
CONS: The biggest problem I had with this movie was the faults with the conclusion of the film. The end was super abrupt, and it wasn't able to connect with the way the characters were set up before.
Overall, the movie was great but the ending fell flat.
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Then, Of course you have to have the token drunk Mexican, (That’s called racism Mr. producer/director/writer). I say “Mexican” as I believe she said she was in Mexico, so great big thanks to the writer/producer/director ... that was unnecessary, because not only was he intoxicated but there was also a language barrier. Just having a language barrier would have been just fine. The effect would’ve been the same. It was stupid in the same way it would not be funny to show a Native American Indian in that kind of situation now. (and by that I mean falling down drunk cliché type of crap). It does have its flaws and it does have its good points which are mostly all Blake L. If you can find it on sale, get it.
I still enjoyed it, there were just a couple of things I found offensive in our current climate but that’s just me.