Deep Blue Sea 3 (2020)

Tania Raymonde, Nathaniel Buzolic, Emerson Brooks, Bren Foster,
Deep Blue Sea 3 is a movie starring Tania Raymonde, Nathaniel Buzolic, and Emerson Brooks. 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...
  • 4.7 /10.0 IMDB Rating:
  • DatePublished:
  • 2020-07-28 Added:
  • Dirk Blackman, Writer:
  • John Pogue, Director:
  • Theuns De Wet, Hunt Lowry, Patty Reed, Producer:

Trailer:

1 / 10

Ouch !

You will not get ya money or life back after this.

Nuff said..

3 / 10

Decent Effects, Insufferable Characters

Lovely locale and competent Shark CGI gets bogged down by main characters so dislikable it's distracting. I started praying for Emma and Eugene to be eaten as soon as they stuck their toes in the water for the first time. Everyone, save for Richie and Lucas (who are supposed to be the bad guys) have a massive chip on their shoulder - and it gets old fast.

4 / 10

how to save the infamous great white shark

From a genmanipulated bullshark that creates havoc in the underwater garden of eden. plot summarized very short.

no its like every oversequeled concepts, the higher number the more chatter and incomprehensible and ta-raa the wise man said dialouges you get.

but when there are sharks they will for sure kill for fun when humans enter their territories, so if you like some blood and gore and prescribed jolts, due to half dead and halfeaten humans then youre in for fun.

its a b-movie, with some flukingly mechanical special effects with loads of cgi and greenscreen or bluescreen, the ocean are mostly blue, both over and underwater-shots, and the sea aint deep enough to be called deep, its just snorkling depth all over, and its a big blunder when everything is hitech, and all of a sudden you hear people talking to eachother through the snorkles, and that sounds just like g?rr-g?rr-g?rr and hu-hu-hu like speaking through a 20 layer cotton facemask. thats just too cheap if you ask me the grumpy old man.

i think this is a well watered out vodka beertini actionthrillerhorror movie, with too much to reach over with an incompetent cast and production management. but have a look, its looks neat, the diving and lots of product advertising as part of the diving gear gadgets and suits and absolutely no typical divers beerbellies in this flick, just biceptic kens and barbies in this lot

6 / 10

Why so much hate?

DBS 3 is what DBS2 should have been...it did something different and was an instant improvement over 2. The graphics and effects were better. I had fun with this movie!

4 / 10

Well, its starting to get back on track...

Well, this movie came out of the blue, pardon the pun. I hadn't expected to see a third movie in the "Deep Blue Sea" movie series, especially not after the abysmal "Deep Blue Sea 2".

So I sat down to watch "Deep Blue Sea 3" with very little expectations or hopes for the movie, given the previous movie. But still, it is a shark movie, so of course there was a chance of it being good. And I do like creature features.

Turns out that "Deep Blue Sea 3" definitely was a step up in the right direction, as it proved much more enjoyable and entertaining than the 2018 "Deep Blue Sea 2", but still it wasn't as good as the 1999 first movie "Deep Blue Sea".

The storyline in "Deep Blue Sea 3" was enjoyable enough for what it turned out to be. Sure, it was generic and predictable, especially as shark movies go. But still, it was fun enough to watch. Just a shame that the sharks didn't really have that much screen time or played too big of a part in the movie. I watch these movies for the sharks, not for the dubious characters in the movie.

"Deep Blue Sea 3" had a fair enough cast of actors and actresses, however there weren't any familiar or famous faces on the cast list, for better or worse.

If you enjoy generic shark movies, then "Deep Blue Sea 3" is worth a watch. Keep in mind that this is by no means an outstanding or memorable movie. My rating of "Deep Blue Sea 3" is a four out of ten stars.