Before we dive right in, here are a few fun facts about sharks….
- Sharks can use heartbeats to track their prey.
- Sharks help keep the populations of smaller fish in check.
- The average shark has 40-45 teeth and can have up to seven rows of replacement teeth. Because sharks lose a lot of teeth and grow them back quickly, they often go through more than 30,000 teeth in a lifetime.
- Some South Pacific islanders considered sharks to be gods and offered human sacrifices to them until as recently as the nineteenth century.
OK, let’s slide right in…
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47 Meters Down
This movie sees Jason Statham fighting a two-million-year-old megaladon!
This movie was limited on its scenic views; it takes place right out in the middle of the ocean. After watching this movie, you will have a minor fear of doing water activities when on vacation.
Nemo’s sweet dad, comes across some a group of sharks that are recovering carnivores, and were turning a new leaf at becoming vegetarian. Well kinda.. 🙂
This movie is so cheesy and horrible, it’s actually a good time!
It’s like a train wreck, but you just can’t look away.. The horrid acting and unlimited supplies of sharks being thrown around make this EPIC!
Deep Blue Sea
With Samuel L Jackson, Thomas Jane and LL Cool J; this takes place at a scientific research lab that is out in the middle of the ocean: Where they are using Sharks for a possible cure for Alzheimer and lets just say, it all goes to hell in a handbasket!
Of course what other classic shark film would top our list other then Spielberg’s Jaws! Anytime the word SHARK is spoken/thought of, this movie is the first to come to mind.
Who can forget one of the most famous lines from it:
Hopefully you will forget any of these movies the next time you go in for a quick dip in the ocean..