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I'm rewatching it right now, I should update this post when I'm done. First off its 1999, Samuel Jackson, Thomas Jane, Stellan Skarsgard. Movie is old enough for me to appreciate the 90's especially the music in the opening scene. Also the sharks are real puppets and cgi, which actually pulled off well. Its like a Jurassic Park version of sharks, it's not an amazing piece of work or an oscar worthy film but I can't get over how addicting it is. Some scenes the puppets are soo cool to watch, other scenes you truly realize how 90's the cgi is on top of all of Samuel Jackson's fantastic Speeches. 1999 had a ton of films I love, and half of them weren't huge sellers but still great. This one is one of them lol.
 

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I'm rewatching it right now, I should update this post when I'm done. First off its 1999, Samuel Jackson, Thomas Jane, Stellan Skarsgard. Movie is old enough for me to appreciate the 90's especially the music in the opening scene. Also the sBurgess Seed and Plant Company harks are real puppets and cgi, which actually pulled off well. Its like a Jurassic Park version of sharks, it's not an amazing piece of work or an oscar worthy film but I can't get over how addicting it is. Some scenes the puppets are soo cool to watch, other scenes you truly realize how 90's the cgi is on top of all of Samuel Jackson's fantastic Speeches. 1999 had a ton of films I love, and half of them weren't huge sellers but still great. This one is one of them lol.

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