Meredith Hendricks happens to be the best cop in her quiet town on Lake Tahoe. When a black-market exotic species dealer named Clint is paroled from prison, something he let loose begins to make its presence known. Swimmers and land-lovers alike begin to become part of the food chain at an unbelievable rate. Meredith and her team discover that they're not just hunting one eating machine, but a whole family of them. Not everyone will make it out alive, but those who do will never forget this summer at Shark Lake.
- Category:Action, Horror, Thriller, Drama, Mystery
- Stars:Dolph Lundgren, Sara Malakul Lane, John Ceallach, Kelsey Deanne, Lily Brooks O'Briant,
- Director:Jerry Dugan,
- Writer:Gabe Burnstein (story by), David Anderson (story by), Gabe Burnstein (screenplay), David Anderson (screenplay)
A policewoman and a biologist spring into action when sharks go on a deadly rampage in Lake Tahoe. When a black-market exotic species dealer named Clint, is paroled from prison, something he let loose begins to make its presence known. Swimmers and land-lovers alike begin to become part of the food chain at an unbelievable rate. Meredith and the new man in her life, a biologist named Peter, begin to investigate these brutal attacks and discover that they're not just hunting one eating machine, but a whole family of them. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Shark Lake torrent reviews
(it) wrote: One of the worst movie ever made
(ag) wrote: A riveting re-imagining of the events following Lincoln's Assassination and the terrible meaning of sacrifice!
(jp) wrote: Not incredible but underrated by critics. The rise and fall magician story is fresh whilst providing a strong backdrop for eccentric comedy actors like Carell and Carrey. It offers some unexpected goofy laughs and is almost worth watching purely for Jim Carrey's only entertaining performance in the last 10 years. I repeat, it's not comedy magic mostly due to it failing to utilise its goofy sense of humour consistently but it certainly deserved greater credit than it received.
(us) wrote: Only the most die hard rom-com enthusiasts will enjoy The Holiday, Nancy Meyers's follow-up to Something's Gotta Give (which is much much better). Cameron Diaz and Kate Winslet are charming but act SO OVER-THE-TOP. They cry obnoxiously. They talk obnoxiously. They also talk to themselves out loud in so many scenes it's annoying.I saw The Holiday with all girls, and the entire time all I could hear from them was "Awwwwww. Oh my God that's so sweet. Jude Law is GORGEOUS!" That says enough about the movie. Guys, I don't think you'll like it.
(ag) wrote: OMG... dont even think in watch this movie, is so bad. The only really good is the first one, the other are a bunch crappy release sequel direct to dvd. The only good thing is David Boreanaz and the script is so bat that him no have nothing to do.
(ru) wrote: Pretty good; Gary Sinise is always cool to watch.
(kr) wrote: Sequel to a movie I did not see.
(jp) wrote: A heap of human flesh lies asleep on a red pillow. This is the hunk of naked meat that is "Little Joe", a New York hustler who lives with his bisexual wife and baby child. The film follows a day in his life, after he's woken from sleep by his wife demanding that he go out and do the traditional male thing - be a breadwinner. But the use she wants to put the bread to is to pay for her new girlfriend's abortion. We certainly aren't in the traditional family unit here...After playing with his child, Joe hits the streets to cruise for johns. The clients come thick and fast: the ordinary gay man who wants to meet him again because they "work well together", the old English classical scholar who pays $100 to see Joe pose like an ancient Greek athlete; the female topless dancer who blows Joe then boasts about being raped; the ageing gym bunny who doesn't think that what he and Joe do together is queer. After a hard day's work, Joe returns home exhausted, only to be put down by his wife and the girlfriend. He goes back to sleep as they harp and undermine him.Flesh is fascinating as it takes what is a traditional classical mainstream structure - it has an inciting incident (the money for the abortion) and set-up, a confrontation and a resolution (albeit a very downbeat one), even a protagonist with a strongly motivated goal, and then proceeds to concentrate on the details of the day to day routine of these people who are perfectly ordinary to themselves but extraordinary to most "mainstream" people. It all seems very authentic and natural - it's hard to see the acting, the actors are so fully being their roles - but yet the whole thing is a piece of cunning artifice - a beautifully drawn portrait or an intricately carved statue. Director Morrissey carefully plants every incident, every encounter around his theme of human flesh become packaged commodity but with such cunning slight of hand that you almost don't notice him doing it. The wife "packages" Joe's sexual organ, the old Englishmen laments a long gone order of classical beauty which created art and poetry from human fleshly beauty, the transvestite friends of the stripper package themselves as women whilst reading a Hollywood magazine in which "real" women are packaged as products; the gym bunny buys Joe's friendship and affection, thinks artificial porn is real and can't tell, as we can't, that Joe is performing his friendship and intimacy for the cash. The film itself presents itself as the ne plus ultra of cinematic realism but what we might as well be dealing with here is fine art or an early example of concept art. The genius - a word not lightly used - of Morrissey was to find a way of taking Warhol's arty pretensions to filmmaking, which were interesting sure but boring as hell, and making them into saleable products which remain amongst the most intriguing works of cinema art ever made - commercial cans labelled "Flesh" and "Trash" and "Heat" with a product label - "Andy Warhol" - which sells an idea about the product as much as the product itself. Yet just as you reel from Morrissey's cynicism, you are spellbound by his ability to still maintain the highest of standards and depth of meaning. The constant what seem like camera flashes continually draw attention to the filmic nature of what one is witnessing, yet you get drawn into the illusion all the same - Flesh is surely one of the most extraordinary pieces of cinema magic to ever spellbind an audience.
(br) wrote: Fascinating film. As entertainment it is decent enough, but quite disappointing when you compare it to other team ups from Curtiz, Flynn, and DeHavilland - it doesn't have the same exuberance of spirit or mythic heroism or cheeky joy or clever action as Captain Blood or especially Robin Hood - and DeHaviiland is all but wasted here. Reagan as an actor, makes a great president, unsurprisingly. He's a dull ham. The most compelling character and performance here is Raymond Massey as John Brown - all righteous fire and brimstone. The fascination with the film comes from the fact that the BAD guy (dodgy methods, granted) wants to ABOLISH SLAVERY, and the good guys want to stop him. This film was set in 1859, but made in 1940, so the politics are just as despicable as those in Gone with the Wind (if not more so). The good guys shrug non-committedly whenever the issue of slavery (and the impending conflict over it) comes up - "oh, that's what the rest of the country is trying to figure out, we're soldiers, we just do what we're told, and look good doing it". Odd, very odd. Yet...there is a hint of ambiguity here hinting at what could have been (and probably would have been, post 1970s) a much better film. The good guys are kind of chumps, and the supposed villain is not entirely unsympathetic, you kinda feel for him (as well as his cause, obviously). Shame about this then. I guess entrusting a real, complex, uncomfortable story to dudes best of pure white hat vs black hat movies wasn't a great idea.
(ag) wrote: This is my favourtie movie of 1937. It's long, but it's worth it. It has a great story of a group of people who get stranded on an island and discover it's a utopia. I love it.
(kr) wrote: Great war movie! Bruce willis rocks! I give it a big thumbs up!
(ag) wrote: A decent Christmas special, especially because of T.J Miller as a reign deer.
(us) wrote: A hell of a movie. With great direction and great performances by one and all
(br) wrote: Having read the wonderful book, I'm giving this film a miss. Do yourself a favor: re-read Jane Austen, then read the wonderful parody. I'm not willing to allow Hollywood to hijack my fun.
(kr) wrote: La guarreria al servicio de la critica