Dr. Emma Collins and her team are spending their third summer on the island of Little Happy studying the effect of climate change on the great white sharks who come to the nearby nursery every year to give birth. Along with the last two inhabitants of this former fishing village, their peaceful life is disrupted when a "scientific" team led by her ex-boyfriend and marine biologist Richard show up looking for three bull sharks who we soon learn aren't just any bull sharks.
It follows the storyline of the original and there are some gimmicks that was pulled from the first one. However, in my opinion, it didn’t hold or captivate my attention. It was that much thrilling, and it moved too slow for my liking. The ending was kinda gross too, but if you like gory films, then it won’t phase you. There were also some scenes that didn’t make sense (i.e. the fight scene. Why go to hand to hand combat when you have a gun? Typical “villian” pride).
Social justice makes a stupid movie.
“Climate change is making the sharks highly aggressive!” That idiotic line should be all you need to know about how stupid this movie is.
Good Shark Movie
Worth the rental for sure during Covid-cave time. I thought it was a decent sequel, much better than the 2nd iteration. If you like shark movies, then you will enjoy this one. Cheers!
Deep Blue Sea 3 | Trailer | Warner Bros. Entertainment
Deep Blue Sea is a 1999 American science-fiction horror film directed by Renny Harlin. It stars Saffron Burrows, Thomas Jane, Samuel L. Jackson, Michael Rapaport, and LL Cool J. Two direct-to-video sequels followed in 2018 and 2020.