3-Headed Shark Attack

3-Headed Shark Attack

The world’s greatest killing machine is three times as deadly when a mutated shark threatens a cruise ship. As the shark eats its way from one end of the ship to the next, the passengers fight the deadly predator using anything they can find.

The world's greatest killing machine is three times as deadly when a mutated, three-headed, great white shark threatens a cruise ship. As the shark eats its way from one end of the ship to the next, the passengers fight the deadly predator using anything they can find. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


3-Headed Shark Attack torrent reviews

Amy H (jp) wrote: might as well shot with no female role whatsoever.

Ammy or A (es) wrote: So funny!!!! Every desi has to see this!! :)

Alison O (ru) wrote: Fairly typical British rom-com but its connection to the tennis world's most prestigious tournament of course gives it a special charm. The tennis playing, of course, is digitally enhanced, a GCI ball masking the limitations of the actors, but Paul Bettany and Kirsten Dunst do a more than acceptable job of bringing the story to life, with more than a few reference to British foibles along the way for laughs.

Raven C (de) wrote: Represents bad bytches dat can hold dey shyt

Matt G (br) wrote: Myers, maybe more than most, makes cultural touchstones that date fairly poorly. Shrek is no different. While the plentiful puns are better and smarter here than in the other Shrek films, the adult innuendos are abundantly uncomfortable (Farquad laying shirtless in bed with picture of Fiona) and the animation is distractingly primitive. While at times it's a fun spoof of fairy tales, it just feels worthless in a world where Princess Bride exists.

Daniel P (it) wrote: Beautifully directed, brilliantly scripted, and perfectly acted, American Beauty is a masterpiece of affecting, intelligent drama that makes larger points about human nature and society.

Russell G (mx) wrote: At first, this movie is humorous, but the novelty of look-alike actors and rehashing old television series references quickly wear thin. The casting for the Brady characters is perfect. They are slightly exaggerated versions of the original; this is by far the most enjoyable part of the movie. The rest of the movie is completely off base. For some reason, the Brady's must have entered a time warp. They are somehow in the mid-90s now, but their looks, diction and behavior are unchanged from their offbeat So-Cal 70s roots. Changing the times does nothing to enrich the movie; in fact, it misses numerous opportunities to play off other 70s cultural differences. The lame plot revolves around the Brady family trying to pull together money to save their house from a greedy suburban mall developer. It is a meek attempt to provide some structure as the movie relives multiple disconnected old TV show references. People unfamiliar with the show will not appreciate it at all. Even if you are familiar with the old show, it still does not offer much. Even with some fun cameos and a few mildly humorous moments, the shtick loses effectiveness in 15 minutes. After that, it is a tedious and mostly unfunny trudge.

Dale J (nl) wrote: This super-low budget film has been one of my favorite films for years. Re-watched it the other night, and it still has the same charm, and resonance it did when I first saw it 10 years ago. James LeGros makes, and carries this film. All of the other actors are barely cameos (be warned).

Jennifer W (br) wrote: Bit dark as I remember but enjoyable and light romance

Jeremy H (au) wrote: A fun, smart little comedy that knows exactly what it is and should be. The writing is crisp and sharp, the performances are all top-notch and the plot lends itself perfectly to the madcap antics that unfold. The ending is surprisingly thought-provoking for a movie this light, but it sticks with you.

DC F (jp) wrote: An okay continuance to the first movie, but gets sorta old after the first hour or so...

R S (ca) wrote: Movie is ok , but the songs are too gr8 ever made.

Eifion P (br) wrote: Harvey Korman has one of the funniest scenes ever :)

John A (de) wrote: A Charming 80s Cult Classic Family Comedy. Although Not The Spielberg Production It Could Have Been But Its A Light-Hearted Film. The Film Sports A Good Cast, Along With A Good Story, Script, And Award Winning Special Effects By Rick Baker. This May Be A Film To Pass But It Has A Great Charming Quality To It.

Donibscottctcisnet D (it) wrote: This movie was entertaining. Vampires were not your typical vampire here. There was a little less quality to this one, over the last, I feel. All in all it was worth my time to watch it though.

Hugo G (de) wrote: 8.1/10The style of the movie and everything was visual was extremely beautiful and resonates with director Peter Strickland. It really gives the movie a different mood and sets it in its own world. The story was quite different from what I expected from the trailer, but still it was a pretty real and accurate depiction of a relationship that isn't on its best moment. Even with all the crazy fetishes the cataract era have, it comes to a point that their relationship and story goes way over that and you get to really know them beyond the surface. It really is a movie that has more substance than most of its type, and although in the beginning it wasn't as compelling or interesting, as the story progresses you really get involve with the charters and their complicated life. Thus, the performances were really good and were essential for the movie, Sidse Babett Knudsen was excellent as the more mature partner and really showcases her tiredness and somewhat frustration in what was an amazing performance, while Chiara D'Anna was also extremely good as the more unstable younger partner that has some strange fetishes. Overall, it wasn't quite what I was expecting in story wise, but still I really liked and it really left me at the end wanting more from them, because of how fascinating the characters and the performances were. ~May 3, 2015~