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Deep Blue Sea
1999
 
If the thought of a shark encounter doesn't get your heart racing, imagine a run-in with a genetically enhanced one! As part of her research on brain-tissue regeneration, Dr. Susan McAlester (Saffron Burrows) alters the DNA of a number of sharks, giving them near-human intelligence. While she and her crew work at their underwater facility, the sharks grow resentful of their captivity and start using their new capabilities to their own advantage.
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Action, Fantasy, Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller
 
An underrated action thriller with a sci-fi twist. Good cast. The CGI/effects are slightly dated, but better than many films that came later. This film doesn't take itself too seriously, but delivers solid entertainment.
 
A decent movie here, the acting was alright, the plot was good. The Special effects were decent, entertaining enough to check out.
 
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