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The DVD extras on the shark thriller Deep Blue Sea contain bountiful "making of" information. "When Sharks Attack!" is a documentary highlighting the blend of real sharks, models, and computer effects that were used in the film. While far from comprehensive, seeing the actors swimming with real sharks is engaging. An explanation of the use of music within the film is also interesting. "The Sharks of the Deep Blue Sea" is a short documentary more specifically aimed towards the technology used for the models of the...
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The DVD extras on the shark thriller Deep Blue Sea contain bountiful "making of" information. "When Sharks Attack!" is a documentary highlighting the blend of real sharks, models, and computer effects that were used in the film. While far from comprehensive, seeing the actors swimming with real sharks is engaging. An explanation of the use of music within the film is also interesting. "The Sharks of the Deep Blue Sea" is a short documentary more specifically aimed towards the technology used for the models of the sharks. There is overlap between the two documentaries. Deleted scenes can be viewed with commentary by director Renny Harlin, who explains why each scene was left out. The film as a whole can also be watched with the commentary of the director and one of the film's stars, Samuel L. Jackson. Jackson's commentary adds interest and amusement but unfortunately is only featured in the first half of the track. A theatrical trailer and production stills are provided. The Deep Blue Sea package also has DVD-ROM features, including screensaver, poster, chat room links, interview clips with cast and production crew, and web links to other shark sites that can all be accessed from the original website.
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Special Features

Documentaries; Star/director commentary; Deleted scenes; Stills gallery; Interactive menus; Filmographies; Theatrical trailer; Scene access; English subtitles
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
A super high-tech version Jaws guaranteed to get your heart pounding, Deep Blue Sea starts building suspense in the first reel and never lets up. Tension begins to develop at a multimillion-dollar underwater lab with the arrival of pharmaceutical executive Samuel L. Jackson, assigned to oversee an experimental program financed by his company. Scientist Saffron Burrows has been genetically engineering mako sharks with giant brains and bodies to match, from which chemicals can be extracted to produce life-saving drugs. But the preternaturally intelligent sharks, understandably annoyed by their exploitation, team up to attack the lab. The actors vividly convey the claustrophobic terror felt by their characters, trapped under the ocean in the confines of the increasingly vulnerable lab and surrounded by bloodthirsty man-eaters with enhanced brain power. And director Renny Harlin Die Hard 2 jolts his audience by defying expectations, particularly with regard to which characters survive; that alone distinguishes Deep Blue Sea from most monster movies.
All Movie Guide - Adam Goldberg
There are very few deep moments in Deep Blue Sea, a high-octane Hollywood shark-attack that just may satisfy action-starved audiences searching for a fish stick. Deep Blue Sea exists somewhere between The Abyss and Piranha 2: The Spawning in the spectrum of underwater monster thrillers. The plot is a model of unabashed movie clichés, as an unexpected storm (of course) strands a group of scientists on an underwater facility with super-sharks. Director Renny Harlin, who also gave birth to Die Hard 2 and the abominable Cutthroat Island, knows that his shark opus is nothing more than trashy genre schlock with characters that aren't worth developing because they will quickly become fish food. However, this is the sole reason that Deep Blue Sea possesses some worthy characteristics. Aside from the epic, water-soaked action sequences, there is one particular moment that makes this seemingly familiar film worthwhile -- a scene in which a lead character gives a speech to motivate his colleagues to triumph over the encroaching sharks. While it's the typical action-movie speech (punctuated, naturally, with inspirational music), as the speech comes to a close, a shark disrupts the moment with a maneuver that has to be seen to be believed. This unexpected surprise perfectly exemplifies Renny Harlin's tongue-in-cheek approach to the absurd material. He knows that his film is nothing more than Jaws meets Jurassic Park, but he manages to add in enough deep-sea surprises to break the typical monotony of the genre. What begins as a carbon copy of the predictable turns into a see-worthy adventure that is more than the average fish schtick.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/7/1999
  • UPC: 085391724223
  • Original Release: 1999
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  • Source: Warner Home Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:45:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Thomas Jane Carter Blake
Saffron Burrows Dr. Susan McAlester
Samuel L. Jackson Russell Franklin
Jacqueline McKenzie Janice Higgins
Michael Rapaport Tom Scoggins
Stellan Skarsgård Dr. Jim Whitlock
LL Cool J Dudley
Aida Turturro Brenda Kerns
Technical Credits
Renny Harlin Director
Joseph Bennett Production Designer
Bruce Berman Executive Producer
Derek Brechin Editor
Mark Bridges Costumes/Costume Designer
David E. Campbell Sound/Sound Designer
Cinesite Special Effects
Walt Conti Special Effects
Bruce Crone Art Director
Debra Echard Set Decoration/Design
Akiva Goldsman Producer
Duncan Henderson Executive Producer
J.Paul Huntsman Sound Editor
Industrial Light & Magic Special Effects
Edge Innovations Special Effects
Duncan Kennedy Executive Producer, Screenwriter
Tony Ludwig Producer
Tom Mack Associate Producer, Asst. Director
Mark Mansbridge Art Director
Javier Nava Set Decoration/Design
Donna Powers Screenwriter
Wayne Powers Screenwriter
Hammerhead Productions Special Effects
Dallas Puett Editor
Trevor Rabin Score Composer
John Reitz Sound/Sound Designer
John Richardson Special Effects Supervisor
Alan Riche Producer
Robb Wilson Sound Editor
Hector Romero Art Director
Andrew Rothschild Art Director
Gregg Rudloff Sound/Sound Designer
William Sandell Production Designer
Christine Sheaks Casting
Rebecca Spikings Co-producer
Bill Taliaferro Set Decoration/Design
Frank J. Urioste Editor
Stephen F. Windon Cinematographer
Flash Film Works Special Effects
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Scene Index

Side #1
0. Scene Selections
1. Shark wrangling (Good and Plenty). [:54]
2. Alcatraz floats. [2:59]
3. Louisiana license. [3:13]
4. Pretty scary stuff (I Can See Clearly Now). [1:20]
5. One day it's tomorrow. [2:18]
6. Feeding times. [:33]
7. Surprises (El Paraiso Rico, Just Because). [2:03]
8. Synchronized attacks. [1:53]
9. A breakthrough. [1:32]
10. Whitlock's accident. [1:41]
11. Untimely jam. [1:43]
12. Crash and burn. [3:04]
13. Crack in the window. [:48]
14. Raging waters. [1:19]
15. Bottom of the food chain. [1:36]
16. Close call. [2:05]
17. Oven-cooked. [4:25]
18. A whole lot worse. [2:15]
19. The elevator shaft. [2:37]
20. Out of reach. [:24]
21. All relative. [1:21]
22. Obstacles. [:20]
23. Preacher's legacy. [2:26]
24. Thumb up, man down. [2:07]
25. Brothers never make it. [1:45]
26. Deep-fried. [1:44]
27. To the top. Amen. [2:20]
28. Preacher gets cross. [1:56]
29. Time to kill. [1:46]
30. Come to mama. [:47]
31. Unsure shooting. [:00]
32. Are you sure? [1:37]
33. End Credits (Deepest Blue [Shark's Fin], I Can See Clearly Now, Say What). [:15]
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Menu

Side #1
   Languages
      Commentary by Director Renny Harlin and Samuel L. Jackson
   Special Features
      Cast & Crew
         Saffron Burrows
         Thomas Jane
         Samuel L. Jackson
         Renny Harlin
      Decompression Chamber
         Commentary by Director Renny Harlin and Samuel L. Jackson
         "When Sharks Attack!"
         "The Sharks of the Deep Blue Sea"
         Deleted Scenes With Commentary by Renny Harlin
         Deleted Scenes Without Commentary
         Theatrical Trailer
         Stills Gallery
   Play Movie
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    wow....

    deep blue sea makes JAWS seem like a baby movie... well, JUST KIDDING! this is just as good as JAWS. great story line, and everything made sense. the sharks were mostly CGI . but overall, nice.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Extreme horror film

    Amazing, keeping full suspense when group of marine biologist discover the cure for a serious disease from the brain tissue of 3 mako sharks. They become smarter and bigger. A true thriller, the Jaws of today. You want to watch it over and over again.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    THE BEST!

    Well, so far I'd have to say that this is my fave shark movie, the graphics are cool and realalistic, it has the f- word on it four different times and alot more cuse words but it's so awsome, I've probably have seen it more then 100 times

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    OK SHARK MOVIE

    Ok this movie is ok but doesn't have a good plot. It is scary the first few shark attacks but after that it kind of gets dull. In my opinion buy it but after a while it just might accumulate dust in your house from not watching it

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    the new JAWS

    this is the best movie i have ever seen apart from jaws!!!! i watch it at least 12 times a day and i'm not even sick of it!!!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    deep blue sea

    this was an awsome movie.i watched it 10 times.it was so cool the way they made the people get eaten.see the movie.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The ''Jaws'' of modern day......

    Amazing movie. Great graphics. This is the ''Jaws'' of modern day.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Deep Blue Sea

    I really liked this movie. I watched it more than five times.

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