I do not think I have ever seen such bad acting on film. I suspect that some community theaters have acting this bad. It's as if they showed up in Mexico with a camera crew and asked some of the locals and tourists if they'd like to be in a film.
This one is worth watching, though. There are no slow parts, lots of hot shark-on-human action, and a really excellent scene which brings home the terror that was Megalodon
. They actually used miniatures, instead of a balloon painted like a shark (see my review of Shark Attack 2 on IMDB
Right when you think "Eh, it's just another shark movie." Keep watching. I was genuinely surprised by the surprise.
The funniest part of the movie is the script. At one point, a guy says "Well excuuuuuse me!" just like we used to do back when Steve Martin was a Wild And Crazy Guy. The funniest line in the whole movie is, they have to (of course) wait until tomorrow morning to go on The Shark Hunt. And you KNOW the lead male and female characters have to get it on during the night. I expected a really lame-ass montage of dinner and romance, but instead, here's the conversation:
Girl: I'm exhausted!
Guy: Me too. But, you know, I'm really wired. Whaddaya say I take you home and eat your pussy?
I admit, I laughed out loud. I can't think of a better way for the lame-ass sex subplot to have played out. (Oh, incidentally, that scene was followed by a brief sex scene, including fake orgasm.)
All in all, not a bad b-movie. I enjoyed it, despite the horrible acting. I'm all :