Jurassic Shark

Synopsis: When an oil company unwittingly unleashes a prehistoric shark from its icy prison, the Jurassic killer maroons a group of thieves and beautiful young female college students on an abandoned piece of land. Unable to escape the fearsome beast, the two groups of strangers must put aside their differences and come together to fight off the extinct, ferocious monster whilst battling for their lives. What started out as some fun in the sun, ends up as a survival of the fittest as nature's cruelest creation has come back from extinction and he wants revenge!
 
IMDB:
1.5
Year:
2012
75 min
139 Views


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Megalodon, which means "big tooth"

is an extinct species of shark

that lived approximately

1.5 to 28 million years ago.

Regarded as one of the largest and most

powerful predators in vertebrate history.

Megalodon probably had a profound impact

on the structure of marine communities.

Fossil remains of Megalodon suggest that

this giant shark reached a length of 16 meters.

Are you sure we're allowed to be here?

What do you mean?

It's quiet, no one here to bother us.

Yeah, that's what bothers me.

This is the perfect piece of

beach in the middle of summer.

Where is everybody else?

Who cares, let's just enjoy it.

Mr. Chairman, sir, Lincoln Grant here.

Oh, well, have you some

good news for me, Dr. Grant?

Yes sir, I do.

Stage two is about to begin.

You wanted to be informed.

Fine, now I received a

memo from one of your people

regarding some previously

undiscovered pocket

in the earth's crust.

What is that all about?

It's just an overexcited scientist

trying to make a name for herself.

We discovered an ice pocket

above an oil bearing zone.

No, she seemed to think

there was some safety and

environmental concerns?

The ice started to melt

the moment we broke the seal.

We're draining all the

water into the lake.

There's nothing to worry

about, it's just water.

I've invested a lot of money

into this wildcat well of yours, Doctor.

Well then, you may be

pleased to hear, Mr. Chairman,

that the oil reservoir we're looking at

is three times the size

we first surveyed.

Three times, hey?

That's right.

Now, you are satisfied

that all safety and environmental

protocols will be met.

Yes sir, I am.

Well then, I don't see any

need to delay any further.

You may proceed, Dr. Grant.

Thank you, Mr. Chairman.

Yes.

So, what's the deal

with this place anyways?

Some kind of secret retreat

or something?

I used to paddle past

here all the time as a kid.

I always thought it would

be a cool spot to hang out.

Looks like a total dive now though.

Yeah, this company

used to own this island,

like an oil drilling company

or something.

If they're drilling for

oil, why's it so quiet?

They're not drilling anymore, you spaz.

I heard they abandoned the place.

So, what's up with this place now?

If they're not drilling anymore

they should totally open this

up to the public or something.

I don't know.

Once they stopped the drilling

folks just left the island to itself.

Oh, that's like totally depressing.

I know, you wanna go for a swim?

Like in a pool or something?

No you spaz, in the lake.

I don't think so.

What're you like scared or something?

No.

Are ya?

No.

Are ya?

No!

You sure?

Okay, maybe a little.

Why?

You're gonna think it's stupid.

Don't worry, I already

know you're stupid.

Thanks, you're such a cow.

I'm kidding, seriously, why?

You gotta like promise

you won't tell anyone.

All right.

Swear.

I said, all right.

Okay.

So, I don't like swimming in lakes,

because I'm afraid of sharks.

You serious?

Serious.

That's like totally stupid, you know?

Oh God, you're such a b*tch.

You know there's no sharks

in fresh water, right?

I told you you'd think it was stupid.

You watch too many movies, you know?

Dr. Grant, Dr. Grant!

What is it?

We can't proceed with the second stage.

We've already had this discussion.

All safety protocols have been met.

What protocols?

We've never dug this deep before.

I mean, the early samples show...

The early samples were inconclusive.

As were the samples

from site B, now calm.

Well, I just need another day

to confirm the readings

from the underground cavern we found.

You've already had a week.

The cavern was just full of ice.

It's just a bubble in

the crust, who cares?

I disagree.

When it melted God knows what

was released into the lake.

What kind of bacteria or worse.

Now, you're just being overly dramatic.

Look, the samples we got

are 80 million years old.

I just need some more time

to make sure we didn't

release some deadly toxin,

or bacteria into the water.

I'll go to the board.

Go ahead, I've already

spoken to the Chairman.

Ooh, trumped!

Really?

It's too deep.

You're drilling too deep.

You worry too much.

Besides, stage two began 20 minutes ago.

What could possibly go wrong?

Oh no, we drilled too deep!

What the F?

Relax, we used to get

earthquakes all the time

in this area.

And that huge explosion?

Probably just some bored

hillbillies or something.

You are like a total psycho.

Totally.

We should get the hell outta here.

You need to relax, you know.

Come on out for a swim.

You have totally lost

your mind, you know.

You see, nothing to worry about.

Stop it!

What're you gonna do about it?

Ugh, you.

Oh my God.

Oh, you're so gonna get it.

Tiffany?

Tiffany, Tiffany!

Tiff, Tiff?

Tiffany, Tiffany, Tiffany!

Haul ass boys!

Move, move, move!

Oh man, oh man, the cops.

Take it easy man, we're good.

She killed that cop man.

She put the gun in his mouth

and blew his brains out.

Yeah, yeah, help me with this.

She's crazy.

Hey, don't let her hear you say that.

But.

Look, you're my only brother.

Now help me with this.

62 million, can you believe it, Doug?

A cool 62 million.

Shut up, just help me with the gate.

What're you gonna do with your share?

Jack, the gate.

Right.

Idiot, you damaged that painting,

and I'll take it out of your hide.

Sorry, Barb.

Look Barb, don't worry

about my little brother.

He's slow, but he's dependable.

He better be.

Now, get it on the boat.

Don't talk to me that way.

I just saved your miserable life.

Now, help me get this

thing on the damn boat.

Barb, we gotta go.

No motor, I don't want them to hear us.

We did it, we're free, we got away.

Cops never expected a water getaway.

Was there any doubt?

What direction boss?

There's an island a

couple of miles ahead.

We'll hide out there.

Roger.

There it is!

Sit down, you dolt!

You'll tip us!

Steer toward that land.

What was that?

Did you see that?

I saw it too.

There's something in the water.

The painting, where is it?

I think it went into the water.

What was that?

I don't know, but holy sh*t it was big.

Everyone, just shut up!

I think it's gone, it's gone.

Something just brushed past my leg.

What?

Something's got me!

Grab, grab my hand!

Grab it, grab it!

Grab it, grab it!

We're totally here.

Oh, my God!

Yes!

Look at this place!

Woo, woo!

Oh my God, it's gonna be amazing.

Let's go, let's go.

Can we get a little help here, please?

Mike, could you?

Sure.

I bet ya they didn't

even read my proposal.

They just saw a chance to

spend a day at the beach.

I thought you wrote a terrific proposal.

A major oil company illegally

drilling out on Elber Island,

and the prop liked it too.

Nice throw, and here I thought

you did everything like a girl.

I do do everything like a girl.

This isn't a holiday, ladies.

Can we get a little help here, please?

Oh, chill out Jill.

We're just checking out the scenery.

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