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Title: Raiders of the Lost Shark (Amazon)
Post by: Ted C on June 28, 2017, 09:04:07 PM
This is on my television as I speak. It is painfully bad. Fortunately I have this nice bottle of wine to mitigate my pain.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bIkfytIRIeQ


Title: Re: Raiders of the Lost Shark (Amazon)
Post by: Ted C on June 28, 2017, 09:06:01 PM
Apparently every woman in Ontario wears a bikini under her street clothes. And a surprising number of people know about and want to visit and swim in private lakes in Canada.

This looks like a movie with a budget of about $10,000. Maybe less.

Any bump to the hull of a boat will knock at least one passenger overboard.

You need to be waist-deep in a lake to collect a water sample in a test tube.

Local police in Canada/Ontario are exceptionally useless.

And pretty much the opposite of a climax.

0 SLIMES


Title: Re: Raiders of the Lost Shark (Amazon)
Post by: indianasmith on June 28, 2017, 11:18:53 PM
Bloom County predicted this in 1983:  they called it "Space Raiders of the Lost Extraterrestrial Shark."


Title: Re: Raiders of the Lost Shark (Amazon)
Post by: messedup on June 29, 2017, 05:14:56 AM
Oh Lord the Acting :bouncegiggle:


Title: Re: Raiders of the Lost Shark (Amazon)
Post by: Dark Alex on June 29, 2017, 08:34:46 AM
Yeah, I remember this one as being particularly painful to sit through when I watched it on Netflix. Unfortunately I forgot about it and ended up buying a copy of it.


Title: Re: Raiders of the Lost Shark (Amazon)
Post by: Josso on July 12, 2017, 12:07:14 AM
If for some reason you want to see the spiritual "prequel" it's Jurassic Shark. I actually only got 20 minutes into this one and lost the will to live, haven't gone back to it since, mostly because they seem to have have made all of the same mistakes (of which there are numerous) to the first one. I actually pray these films were done ironically because I don't want to believe this level of incompetence exists on so many different levels of film making in one simultaneous event.