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Return to the Deep...If You Dare! Years ago, the Aquatica Project used genetically altered sharks in hopes to develop a cutting-edge cure for Alzheimer's disease. They came close to achieving their goal, but an unforeseen tragedy derailed the experiment. Now, pharmaceutical billionaire Carl Monroe is determined to revive the research of the undersea laboratory. With former Navy SEAL Trent Slater and scientists Daniel and Leslie Kim already on board, Monroe hopes to enlist shark conservationist Misty Calhoun to the team. But Calhoun is shocked to learn that the company is using unpredictable and highly aggressive bull sharks as its test subjects, the most lethal predator in the sea. Before long, the drug-enhanced sharks, led by den mother Bella, are growing smarter, quicker, and much, much deadlier. Brace yourself for unyielding suspense in this bloodthirsty return to the deep blue sea!
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Common Sense Says
Gory shark tale has violence, profanity.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Deep Blue Sea 2 is the follow-up to 1999's Deep Blue Sea. Not a sequel to the original film, this entry is simply a similar story about scientific folks who underestimate the intelligence and power of sharks. Underlying the mad scientist-versus-predator story is the timely message that humans still can't improve upon the planet's natural order and must suffer the consequences of their arrogant ways. Expect lots of shark activity: decapitations, dismemberment, kills, bloody water, and, to start things off, greedy fisherman getting their just desserts as the sharks get their own follow-up to a delicious meal. In this story, the wise, compassionate scientist who understands the cut-throats, both fish and human, is a smart, beautiful young woman. Profanity is frequent and includes words like "f--k," "ass," "p---y," "hell," and "s--t," among others. As in many horror films, the extra-violent scenes sometimes provoke laughter at both the silliness of the situation and the stupidity of those about to get attacked. Not for kids or the faint of heart.
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- Genre:Sci-Fi, Action, Horror
- Release Date:April 17, 2017
- Languages:English, Spanish
- Captions:English, Spanish
- Audio Format:5.1
- Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
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