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Shark Kill (1976)

Shark Kill (1976)
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Two adventurers set sail to find a giant man-eating great white shark.

After Rick (Phillip Clark) warns rig divers that a great white attack is imminent, a shark immediately does some damage to the crew, killing one and maiming another. Cabo (Richard Yniguez), a co-worker and brother of the maimed diver, and Rick head towards dark waters to exact revenge.

Shark Kill is an unexpected delight. Fans of shark attack movies will find a nice addition here. The movie, although standard TV fare in many ways, is also an interesting precursor to Open Water. The two leads are pretty much thrown into every water disaster scenario (including just floating out in the ocean for a period of time) and in between they learn to understand each other and become friends. In fact, there is a bit of political agenda to be had with Shark Kill – Cabo, a Chicano, will beat the tar out of any white man giving him grief, but ends up showing a great lust for life and a need to survive as well as helping Rick, the polar opposite of himself, brave the rough waters too. And whitey ain’t so bad either.
Shark Kill, 1976, William A. Graham, Richard Yniguez, Phillip Clark, Jennifer Warren, Elizabeth Gill, Victor Campos, David Huddleston, Carmen Zapata, Jim B. Smith, Jimmie B. Smith, Roxanna Bonilla-Giannini, Richard Foronjy, Michael Collins, animal film, monster, shark, great white shark
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