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Leif Jacobson 5 years ago
This one is America's movie. A supremely dumb and monstrously entertaining piece of crap.
Patricia 3 months ago
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Robert Stuart 4 years ago
Deep Blue Sea is a 1999 science fiction horror film that stars Thomas Jane, Saffron Burrows, LL Cool J, and Samuel L Jackson. The film was directed by Renny Harlin and was released in the United States on July 28, 1999. On Aquatica, a remote former submarine refueling facility, a team of scientists are searching for a cure for Alzheimer's disease. Dr. Susan McAlester (Saffron Burrows), violates a code of ethics (the fictitious "Harvard Genetics Compact"), and genetically engineers three Mako sharks to increase their brain capacity so their brain tissue can be harvested as a cure for Alzheimer's. The increased brain capacity makes the sharks smarter, faster, and more dangerous. Aquatica's financial backers become skeptical about the tests and send a corporate executive (Samuel L. Jackson) to visit the facility. To prove that the research is working, the team manage to remove brain tissue from the largest shark. The shark attacks a scientist, and as he is put into a helicopter to be...
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