After Apollo 18 I rushed off to check out yet another genre film not screened for critics, Shark Night 3D, David R. Ellis’ PG-13 flick that’s actually a pretty OK time, especially if you’re indie “kiddie” horror.
“Lower any expectations you may have had, expect a flurry of terrible acting and chalky exposition, and ‘Shark Night 3D’ will deliver on a very minimal basis; it’s dumb fun on the lowest common denominator.”
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