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Deep Blue Sea 3

By Renee Schonfeld, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

Sequel has blood, gore, and messages about climate change.

Movie R 2020 100 minutes
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Community Reviews

age 13+

Based on 1 parent review

age 13+

Had a Blast with this Summer Fun Film

I enjoyed this film a lot, I knew that I was about to watch and went in not taking myself so seriously. I jumped out of my seat several times, our Sally Shark is a star and looked very real, I enjoyed the actors and found this movie had some good actors all round, I enjoyed all of the below the water shots of our amazing plant and was blown away by the action scenes, stand out Bren Foster playing Lucas sure does know how to make you love his good guy nature then can also shock you with his villain performance and action scene. One of the kill scenes is stand up clapping Bravo worthy! Go in ready for fun and that’s what you get out of this

Is It Any Good?

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Striking images, along with quality underwater footage and above-average performances, elevate this third franchise entry; it's watchable in spite of the often ludicrous story and over-the-top gore. Rooting interest is strong for the lead scientist in Deep Blue Sea 3. Tania Raymonde appears as comfortable with the action -- and there's lots of it for her -- as she is in her more intimate scenes with friends and co-workers. It's interesting to note that very few of the mostly sympathetic fish lose their lives in this film. Unfortunately, that's not the way it works for the humans who have encroached on their saltwater neighborhoods.

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