This new sea (get it?) of Shark Night 3D clips proves that this movie is going all out to please. It's got thrills of all types: happy thrills (the opening scenes of fun-filled partying), scary thrills (pretty much every scene after that), and even the subtle promise of romance. Watch the clips and you'll understand that a night free of sharks is one that might as well be in 1D. That's just lines. Lines are boring.
The first clip brings our heroes, a bunch of young, free-wheeling attractive people, to the location that will invariably cause their...shark night.
The second clip shows our young friends the first hint of danger. While Maliq (Sinqua Walls) is demonstrating his waterskiing prowess with unwielding hubris, a shark (like in the title) rears its fins to show us just whose waters these are. No fatalities yet, but from the looks of Maliq, the encounter is not a fun one.
This third clip ups the stakes even further. Trapped in the water, Maya (Alyssa Diaz) swims for her life to escape a full-faced, ravenous shark. This is the point at which the sun officially sets on Shark Day.
The dangers have escalated beyond the forces of the shark. At this point, the humans are turning on one another. Dennis (Chris Carmack) has come to the point where he feels his only choice is to feed the beast, and he has chosen to serve up Beth (Katherine McPhee).
Finally, we see snippets of a climactic faceoff. Our brave hero Nick (Dustin Milligan), following suit of Scheiders past, takes matters into his own hands and dives right into the pit of doom, to save his girlfriend and send the aquatic beast into a sea bed from which it will never awake. We can't say how it will end... but these clips are proof enough that Shark Night 3D has got enough bite (get it?) to make a real splash (get it?). What with all the fun promised by the videos, this movie should truly be an easy sell...achimorpha. ... ... .. Get it?