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(114230) 6.3 86 min 2016

The Shallows is a movie starring Blake Lively, Óscar Jaenada, and Angelo Josue Lozano Corzo. A mere 200 yards from shore, surfer Nancy is attacked by a great white shark, with her short journey to safety becoming the ultimate...

Starring
Angelo Josue Lozano Corzo, Óscar Jaenada, Joseph Salas, Blake Lively
Genres
Horror, Thriller, Drama
Director
Jaume Collet-Serra

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Horror, Thriller, Drama
Director Jaume Collet-Serra
Writer Anthony Jaswinski
Stars Angelo Josue Lozano Corzo, Óscar Jaenada, Joseph Salas, Blake Lively
Country USA
Also Known As Águas Perigosas, 絕鯊島, Karanlık Sular, Infierno azul, Nevarnost iz globine, Instinct de survie, Lost Vacation, Águas Rasas, Mělčiny, In the Deep, The Shallows: Gefahr aus der Tiefe, Madalik, ロスト・バケーション, Sekluma, Miedo profundo, Seklie ūdeņi, Opasnost iz dubine, Vung Nuoc Tu Thân, Ma'yim lo shketim, Din adâncuri, Les bas-fonds, 183 metry strachu, Paradise Beach: Dentro l'incubo, A zátony, Σε ρηχά νερά
Runtime 1H 26M
Description A medical student, Nancy, takes some time off from her studies and heads to a secluded beach in Mexico to surf. While surfing she is attacked by a large shark, leaving her injured and stranded on a rock not too far out to sea. What follows is a battle of wits and wills between her and the shark.

Top reviews

Monday, 06 Jul 2020 15:28

The story of two best friends in college struggling to cope with a bizarre situation that just leads to horror. The film is a work of art, but it isn't for everyone. The reason that the film works so well is because it really captures the mind of the viewer and has a few scenes that really have you thinking. The first of these scenes is when the main characters are in a bar and the guy behind the bar is talking to a girl, and the girl is talking back and she's just standing there, just staring at him. And the main character goes to pick her up and he takes a peek at her. When he gets back, he just stares at her like he hasn't seen her in years. The film makes you think that maybe it wasn't just the guy who looked at her but there's more going on than just her staring. And there's many other scenes like this, like when the main character is on his way home to see his mother, and when he's walking down the road and his car hits a boy on a bike. He just stares at him for a moment, and he just stares at him. The film has a lot of these moments. There's the scene in the end where they're in the water and it's all dark and the main character has his gun and he's shooting the fish. He just stares at it and then shoots it in the water and then they're both on the ground. The other thing I really like about the film is the use of sound. At one point, the main character is swimming, and he goes into the water and there's a noise, and he turns around and there's a noise, and it's just this sound, and the noise goes on for a long time, and it's hard to understand, and you can't make out what it is. You know that the sound is coming from the water but you can't make out what it is. The film does have some very disturbing scenes, but I think that's the point. The film does a great job of making you think about things that you might not have thought about before. But in the end, the film is not for everyone. If you are easily scared by extreme horror, then this film is not for you. If you are not easily scared by extreme horror, then this film is for you. I'm not saying that you shouldn't see it. I'm just saying that the film doesn't really do a great job of making you think about it after you see it. But it's a great film, and it is something that really stands out in my mind
Thursday, 02 Jul 2020 17:15

My family (youngsters and teenagers) have been watching movies together for some time now. We all have different opinions of what is a good film. I have come to the conclusion that the Oscars are no longer good for any film, but the money and the glamor of the genre. All the time I have been complaining about the fact that the Oscars are not a good category for a film to be in, and that it is all about the big name actors. But in the end, it is a good way to get some recognition and this year, "The Shallows" did a fantastic job. For a very good movie, this is a great one. It is extremely well written and beautifully directed. Everything works out perfectly, with the fantastic acting, a great story, and the right score. The film is very much about friendship, and how one person can bring others around to the fact that they are there and you are not alone. You can tell that the actors knew what they were doing, and knew how to act, and knew that this was a family film. And all of the actors know how to act, and have great chemistry with one another. The characters are amazing, the actors are amazing, and the director is amazing. The story is really good, it is based on a true story, and is really great. And the emotions are so real, the characters are so real, and you really feel what they are feeling. So, in the end, this is a great film. This is an amazing film. I highly recommend this film. The Shallows is a great film, and I would not hesitate to recommend it to anyone. And the best part of the film is the great acting. I hope that this film will have an Oscar. It deserves it. So, you should definitely see this film, and all of the people I have spoken with said that this was a great film. So, if you love a good movie, this is a great film. And I have personally seen it three times, and I am going to watch it again. I can't wait to see it again.


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