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“The Best Part Of Filming Had to be the Ensemble” – Shane Blacks Talks Favourite & Gruelling Aspects of The Predator

At 2017’s Saturn Awards Pop Culture Renegades had the opportunity to put a couple of quick questions to The Predator director Shane Black which they have just now uploaded. First they asked Hawkins himself what was his favourite part of filming The Predator was. The answer? The film’s ensemble cast!

“The best part of filming had to be the ensemble. It always is. And that to me that was the fun. You get these guys with real acting chops together and let them play. And if I’m a good playground supervisor then what you get are really remarkable results. I think that between the loose gruff, very macho rhythm that we managed to find here with these very funny, very masculine guys – and of course with one or two very beautiful, though women as well – it’s just really lit me up. It’s made me very happy to get that.”

Pop Culture Renegades also asked him what he found to be the most gruelling aspect of filming The Predator to which he answered working with green screen.

“You go to work a lot of days – it’s one thing to go to work and there’s green all around you and you’re just in the jungle. But when there’s green all around you and it’s that’s green screen colour. You have a railing and wall of green and you go “look, a monster!” We tried to minimise that by using as many practical effects as we could so that we could combine…sort of the moulds that ADI provided us with the enhancement that CG brings to that. I was actually very pleased with the interplay between those two elements, practical and CG, came off in this. That was gruelling…the effects.”

Black was also asked about the filming conditions in Vancouver (it was really rainy!) and confirmed that The Predator is set during Halloween of 2018. You can check out the interview in full below.

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  1. Huggs
    My guts tell me this film will flop , not because it’s bad but because of the negativity, websites like rotten tomatoes can seriously damage a film , the way they rate films is a bit of joke , even studios have accused rotten tomatoes of trying to sabotage their films , however I think it will end up a cult classic in the long run , I just honestly think the film will be far better than it seems right now. But of course that’s only my opinion.

    If the film has received negativity, it's earned it. Between what I've heard of the leaked script, the lack of marketing thus far, and some of the set photos that have been seen, plus the trailer, it doesn't "look" (at this time) like a good movie. Goodness gracious, the reactions to the previews were such that a chunk of the movie had to be redone, and some tonal changes made.

    Now is this enough to say it sucks? I don't think so. Websites that review movies can say whatever they want, but as an individual, I prefer to form my own opinions on whether something was good or not by experiencing it for myself. I wouldn't give R.T. too much credit for whatever happens to this film, nor would I say it's going to be a cult classic. It will be released and real life everyday people (like us) will see it. It's going to work for some, and fail for others. And for certain viewers, it'll be downright terrible

    In my personal opinion, if this film flops it will simply be because it will have failed to resonate with the majority of the modern audience. I see it bringing in 215m-260m on the high end and definitely no more. Maybe 275m, if all the planets line up correctly. Probably making back 125% on top of it's production budget, or something to that effect. People want Dinosaurs and Pixar movies now; stuff the whole family can see. The market and the audience for this sort of thing is simply not what it used to be. And don't forget a pg-13 "Meg" is coming out in August, with a large budget and a barrel of laughs apparently. So that's not going to help any.
  2. ELDERCLANLEADER
    Like I said , it’s all on execution. The fact is we have a good solid cast , a good director and a large budget , it has a lot going for it .

    I’m not going to throw all my eggs in one basket all because of a old bad dodgy script. Without the changes made to the original predator film during its production , it would of just been another B movie , instead it’s now a cult classic. The Predator could easily do the same. Also if you go into the cinema with totally negative vibes to begin with , you are just going to pick the film apart , rather than enjoying it for what it is , and again openmaw ehy can’t you just admit that the truth is you don’t know how it will turn out. You seem convinced it’s going to bad , it’s like your not prepared to give it a chance first.
  3. OpenMaw
    My guts tell me this film will flop , not because it’s bad but because of the negativity, websites like rotten tomatoes can seriously damage a film , the way they rate films is a bit of joke , even studios have accused rotten tomatoes of trying to sabotage their films , however I think it will end up a cult classic in the long run , I just honestly think the film will be far better than it seems right now. But of course that’s only my opinion.


    What part of this film that you've heard about or read about so far screams "cult classic" to you?
  4. ELDERCLANLEADER
    My guts tell me this film will flop , not because it’s bad but because of the negativity, websites like rotten tomatoes can seriously damage a film , the way they rate films is a bit of joke , even studios have accused rotten tomatoes of trying to sabotage their films , however I think it will end up a cult classic in the long run , I just honestly think the film will be far better than it seems right now. But of course that’s only my opinion.
  5. ELDERCLANLEADER
    Yeah I mean don’t get me wrong openpaw I like your logic , as it does have solid reason , the same reason I was negative for a while for. But honestly when people say the script isn’t bad Im wary of they have actually read it , I’ve read the script 3 times now , and there was plenty I did like , and some things I admittedly didn’t , for me it was the third act where things were very questionable,  but seeing as they reshot the entire third act I have hope , however I don’t think the trailer was bad , but it wasn’t great either , providing they follow up with a solid trailer in the coming weeks , it did what it intended which was a sneak peak. This isn’t a personal attack on you openpaw , as I’ve said you are more than entitled to your opinion, but I’m equally entitled to mine. And I still think the simple fact remains we just don’t know how well this film will turn out , it could be bad , it could be good. Like I said previously the original predator had massive changes made in its production, the script was quite a bit different too. My point being one bad early script does not mean it’s going to suck , there are countless examples for films that shouldn’t work on paper , turning out to be great films. Like many people have said it’s ultimately down to execution. As long as the predators are badass and have flavour I’ll be happy , as it’s ultimately why I love the franchise , to just have fun !  ;D
  6. Master
    Openmaw is right.  Get off your high horse old man clan leader. You been at it since the trailer.  Given the track record of the movies that came after predator 2 it is a safe assumption this movie will be garbage too.  It hasn't really show to be much else with the horrible leaked scripts, bad test screenings, extensive reshoots, and not to mention the lazy jump the shark idea of bringing in hybrids....
    Also the new judge dredd film was awesome but failed at the box office because of a dodgy trailer and negativity , so your wrong openmaw negativity can kill a films success regardless of its good.

    Dredd did not fail at the box office because of some random assholes on a forum like me were saying it looked like garbage. Honestly, nobody knew that movie was coming out until it was already released. If anything is to blame for Dredd's poor reception, it was bad marketing. Nobody knew about it.

    I get where you're coming from, but you're ultimately wrong. If they've made major changes, which I will restate the trailer we have seen does not indicate at all, then there's a change we're going to get something decent, but between the leaked outline, the script, this trailer, and other aspects I don't have hopes we're going to get a quality Predator film this time.

    I'm not someone who goes into movies with blind optimism that it'll be good, especially when things indicate the opposite. I do try to go into films in a neutral position.

    I'm not saying it can't be good. I'm saying that some very basic fundamental things in that script need to change before it can be good, and I hope that Shane Black was sensible when he read the script that he said "Wow, that's a terrible. Let's change that."

    Basically this. You guys are right. It's not negativity for the sake of it, it's the story full of stupid ideas. No one who read the script said "woah, it's the great story! Can wait!". Most outright say it's crap and others who are more toned down and/or positive say "let's see who it turns out". I'm the most towards third group, but the crapieness of the script is a fact.
  7. OpenMaw
    Also the new judge dredd film was awesome but failed at the box office because of a dodgy trailer and negativity , so your wrong openmaw negativity can kill a films success regardless of its good.

    Dredd did not fail at the box office because of some random assholes on a forum like me were saying it looked like garbage. Honestly, nobody knew that movie was coming out until it was already released. If anything is to blame for Dredd's poor reception, it was bad marketing. Nobody knew about it.

    I get where you're coming from, but you're ultimately wrong. If they've made major changes, which I will restate the trailer we have seen does not indicate at all, then there's a change we're going to get something decent, but between the leaked outline, the script, this trailer, and other aspects I don't have hopes we're going to get a quality Predator film this time.

    I'm not someone who goes into movies with blind optimism that it'll be good, especially when things indicate the opposite. I do try to go into films in a neutral position.

    I'm not saying it can't be good. I'm saying that some very basic fundamental things in that script need to change before it can be good, and I hope that Shane Black was sensible when he read the script that he said "Wow, that's a terrible. Let's change that."
  8. brokentusk420
    Openmaw is right.  Get off your high horse old man clan leader. You been at it since the trailer.  Given the track record of the movies that came after predator 2 it is a safe assumption this movie will be garbage too.  It hasn't really show to be much else with the horrible leaked scripts, bad test screenings, extensive reshoots, and not to mention the lazy jump the shark idea of bringing in hybrids....
  9. Stealth_Hunter
    In all honesty it’s about execution. Whether or not that made changes to that script is meaningless. You can make a bad movie from a good script and vice versa. Plenty of things sound bad on paper and work out just fine. They’ve reshot the third act which in my opinion is where that script went way south. There’s some good ideas there, it just needs to be reigned in a bit.

    I agree with this. I'm having fun thinking about the movie before it comes out, but I do have standards and won't praise what I don't like once I see it before my eyes. It depends how it's executed.

    Still haven't seen anything I hate.
  10. ELDERCLANLEADER
    OpenMaw tell me where I told you what you can and cannot do ? I said just could you at least just watch the film first before you slate it , i said stop acting like you know what the film will turn out like , and that’s exactly what you are doing . Where did I say the film is going to be awesome ? I didn’t . Im simply implying that it’s too early to judge the film currently, if it’s bad believe me I’ll be the first to be negative but right now your opinion isn’t based on fact it’s based on nothing. You remind me of those Star Wars fans that just skate every Star Wars film that comes out even thought they claim they are “fans”

    Also if it was all that bad fox would of just pulled the plug , I don’t accept any old slip either , I hated avp and predators and I’m not insecure by your opinions either , your entitled to them , especially when there is reason behind them , but right now openmaw frankly your opinions are largely just based on nothing but your own bias , I was the same a few months ago I’m no saint , and I’m not accusing you of hating on the film either ,  I’m cautiously excited, but some fans seem hell bent on sabataging any hype this film has got , and that’s where it’s damaging to the films box office , we live in the world of the internet , especially on Reddit and YouTube. I just don’t like it when people pretend they know what the film will be like when they haven’t even seen it , it’s pretty arrogant in my opinion.
  11. OpenMaw
    OpenMaw you have seen a 90 second clip , stop acting like you know what’s coming when you haven’t even seen it, please for the love of god if you are a true predator fan you would give the film a fair chance and watch it then make your own judgment. Presides the script wasn’t all bad anyway , I have the script at hand , and there is plenty in there to like. Any script can sound bad on paper but actually be kick ass with final product. I’m not having a go but I think a lot of the negativity is largely sheepish behaviour, and if the snowball carries on going down hill at the rate it’s going , it’s going to seriously hurt the film even if it is actually good. Just give it a chance before you slate it , that’s all I ask .

    And for the record I’m very sceptical of who actually has read the script and who is basing it on hearsay . The script isn’t even online anymore , I have it because a very friendly Australian fan gave it to me , it’s largely inside circles where the script is floating about , you can’t just google it and find it , so I’m very wary of this whole “I’ve read the script” thing , sure you might off , but I think a lot of people are just regurgitating what other people have told them. I’ve read the script 3 times , and each time I read it , it got progressively  better and better so there’s that.  ::)

    A "true" fan doesn't blindly swallow whatever slop they are given. You can stop telling me what I can or cannot do based on what I do or do not know, thank you.  :)

    You need to stop being so insecure about other people having opinions that are not glowing praise. No, they will not hurt the film. The people putting together the ads, the writers, the director, the actors. They are the ones that will either make this thing succeed or fail. It's not up to the audience to make it succeed. We're the ones putting down money to see it. It's up to them to deliver quality, one way or the other.


    In all honesty it’s about execution. Whether or not that made changes to that script is meaningless. You can make a bad movie from a good script and vice versa. Plenty of things sound bad on paper and work out just fine. They’ve reshot the third act which in my opinion is where that script went way south. There’s some good ideas there, it just needs to be reigned in a bit.

    Up to a point. Terrible ideas are terrible ideas, you can only work against that so much. Now, if they take them out and replace them with more sensible or less insane stupidity then yes. You can change jokes, you can resequence events.
  12. MudButt
    In all honesty it’s about execution. Whether or not that made changes to that script is meaningless. You can make a bad movie from a good script and vice versa. Plenty of things sound bad on paper and work out just fine. They’ve reshot the third act which in my opinion is where that script went way south. There’s some good ideas there, it just needs to be reigned in a bit.
  13. ELDERCLANLEADER
    OpenMaw you have seen a 90 second clip , stop acting like you know what’s coming when you haven’t even seen it, please for the love of god if you are a true predator fan you would give the film a fair chance and watch it then make your own judgment. Presides the script wasn’t all bad anyway , I have the script at hand , and there is plenty in there to like. Any script can sound bad on paper but actually be kick ass with final product. I’m not having a go but I think a lot of the negativity is largely sheepish behaviour, and if the snowball carries on going down hill at the rate it’s going , it’s going to seriously hurt the film even if it is actually good. Just give it a chance before you slate it , that’s all I ask .

    And for the record I’m very sceptical of who actually has read the script and who is basing it on hearsay . The script isn’t even online anymore , I have it because a very friendly Australian fan gave it to me , it’s largely inside circles where the script is floating about , you can’t just google it and find it , so I’m very wary of this whole “I’ve read the script” thing , sure you might off , but I think a lot of people are just regurgitating what other people have told them. I’ve read the script 3 times , and each time I read it , it got progressively  better and better so there’s that.  ::)
  14. ELDERCLANLEADER
    Yeah MudButt you hit the nail on the head there , look at the original predator film , there were tons of things that were in the early draft , that never made the final cut , he’ll even the creature was different until they hired Stan winston , does that mean predator isn’t a classic ? Of course not. People need to get of their high horse and just give the film a chance before they slate it.
  15. MudButt
    He's read the early leaked version of the script. Which I have too. It's not a great script, it's got an interesting idea but it goes sh*t bonkers in the third act. It also has some pretty bad dialogue throughout. However, as many have pointed out it was a very early draft. It seems some on this site are basing the movie with the idea that the script some people read is the one they shot.

    Now, to be fair, there was some dialogue in the recently released teaser that was more or less the same from the script and there were even some scenes that were extremely similar to the script. BUT, it was only 90 SECONDS of footage. The movie is going to be at least 100 minutes. That's why reading a first draft of a movie isn't ideal because a script changes so much from the first draft to the final draft, hell even the shooting script changes. Plus once the movie is being filmed new ideas pop up. Shane Black has known to change things even during filming and write new scenes. Finally, when the movie is being edited it can become a completely different movie.

  16. ELDERCLANLEADER
    MudButt granted I was equally negative , but I realised it was based on largely nothing, hearsay a dodgy early script and mostly my own bias on what predator is to me as a person , the trailer was ok imo it was simple and to the point , I don’t see nothing wrong with that , it was just a sneak peak at the end of day.

    However the way some “fans” are literally trying to sabotage the film before it’s come out is really starting to grate on me. I sort of feel like as someone who truly loves this character, I have to stick up for this film , because the simple fact remains we haven’t seen it yet . By the way thanks for the heads up on Comcast bro , I wasn’t aware of that !  ;)
  17. MudButt
    I just get the feeling some fans just want this film to fail , and are trying to bring it down , the negativity surrounding the film is huge, and I’m worried it’s becoming a snowball and it’s in every corner of the net at the moment, imo it’s based on nothing. An old script and a minute and half sneak peak trailer apparently equals a bad movie with these guys and it’s getting old. It’s way to early and Predator is in turbulent times at the moment , with Disney’s takeover of fox , Disney will have its eye on this film and  if the film flops say goodbye to predator for 20 years , and imo its the negative fans that will of done that. I just believe if you truly love something , you would want it to succeed even if you didn’t like it ..

    Disney hasn't taken over Fox yet. It may not even happen. Comcast made a larger cash bid for Fox but nothing will happen for a while due to other deals being reviewed. It's business as usual until any of those deals go through.

    But yes, I have also felt a sense of heavy negativity towards the film based off of a very old early draft and poorly edited teaser. Which does warrant some caution for the film but not the overall hatred it's been getting. Some people just deal in extremes.
  18. ELDERCLANLEADER
    I just get the feeling some fans just want this film to fail , and are trying to bring it down , the negativity surrounding the film is huge, and I’m worried it’s becoming a snowball and it’s in every corner of the net at the moment, imo it’s based on nothing. An old script and a minute and half sneak peak trailer apparently equals a bad movie with these guys and it’s getting old. It’s way to early and Predator is in turbulent times at the moment , with Disney’s takeover of fox , Disney will have its eye on this film and  if the film flops say goodbye to predator for 20 years , and imo its the negative fans that will of done that. I just believe if you truly love something , you would want it to succeed even if you didn’t like it ..
  19. MudButt
    If the film is good it's succesfull. If not it's not. Simple as that.

    Not exactly, plenty of bad movies make tons of money. Transformers movies, DCEU films (which I have enjoyed, but many critics and fans tore apart), plus we get plenty of generic action flicks throughout the summer that make money (Rampage, etc). Overseas markets swarm to blockbusters regardless of quality.

    There are also plenty of great blockbuster films that make no money. It all depends on the marketing, quality of the movie, which if it's good will lead to word of mouth and increased views. Fox will need to amp up the marketing once we get to August, they have a really good release date and can definitely do some box office if the movie works.
  20. ELDERCLANLEADER
    Yeah me too bro , I’ll check it out when I get home later , I’m really excited to seeing predator more mobile and agile, it’s something that’s lacked in recent films. I’ve always imagined him being able to hop about parkour style from tree to tree etc, so I’m really pleased they are implementing it into the new film. Honestly I think The Predator is going to be a hit , I just hope the fans don’t boycott it and ruin any success it might bring to the franchise. They have to at least give it a chance surely,

    Like I said the other day fans bring down franchises long before studio companies do, and if I don’t see a new predator film for 20 years all because some fans can’t accept change is needed to the formula , and so the film flops because no one bothered to see it , I’ll be highly pissed at them , not Shane black. At the end of the day if they really cared about the character the way they claim , they would want the film to be a success, regardless if they like it or not.

    It’s sort of akin to biting your nose off to spite your face imo.
  21. azamultic
    Anyhow , you still excited for The Predator azamultic ? I am .. it’s all I can think about  ;D

    Of course brother!  ;) Can't waint for new footage of predator, of course it's better not see nothign and wait for the movie, but I can't help but want to see new stuff  ;D Also, I found youtube chanel of the stunt actor who plays one of the predators, check him out Elder he has parkour videos, looks really nice. Brian A Prince

    https://www.youtube.com/user/BlakTAB/videos
  22. azamultic
    Yeah I mean to be fair I didn’t take that into account, but even if hypothetically it is more expensive , that doesn’t mean the outcome is better. People go on about how good avatar looked and imo it just looked like an above average video game. I feel that when CGI is used right it works, if it’s used too much I think it takes away from the realism your trying to portray. The audience can relate far better to a man in a suit or a puppet than something made in CGI especially when it comes to creatures. The truth is CGI just isn’t good enough yet , it might be photorealistic but ultimately  it looks fake. Imagine E.T the extra terrestrial being made out of CGI , it just wouldn’t hold its weight in gold the way it does now. :-

    I am totally agree  ;)
  23. ELDERCLANLEADER
    Yeah I mean to be fair I didn’t take that into account, but even if hypothetically it is more expensive , that doesn’t mean the outcome is better. People go on about how good avatar looked and imo it just looked like an above average video game. I feel that when CGI is used right it works, if it’s used too much I think it takes away from the realism your trying to portray. The audience can relate far better to a man in a suit or a puppet than something made in CGI especially when it comes to creatures. The truth is CGI just isn’t good enough yet , it might be photorealistic but ultimately  it looks fake. Imagine E.T the extra terrestrial being made out of CGI , it just wouldn’t hold its weight in gold the way it does now. :-
  24. azamultic
    Azamultic I have to disagree bro , why is it more expensive ? It’s a computer and a artist and a modelling program , as I say Pixar released Renderman to the public , if it was so expensive why would they do that ? Surely that’s where the expense is right ?

    I’m not taking away from CGI because when it’s done right , it’s incredible and you would never know it was being used ... the film zodiac was almost entirely CGI and again you would never even know. But when they say CGI is more expensive than practical effects , I just don’t buy it , perhaps 10-15 years ago it was , but not anymore. I think it’s all just a cop out to make films more cheaply. All the films that used CGI correctly used it as a last resort.

    In my opinion CGI should only be used to do the things practical effects could never achieve, it should be another tool in the workman box that’s there if you need it , but only when you need it. I don’t think it should be the go to thing , build your sets properly and if it needs a CGI makeover so be it , but whole worlds build out of rendering is lazy film making imo.

    I am not protecting CGI) Even though I am 3d modeler, I do love practical effects, and wish it was used more. So I am totaly on your side. I am just saying that CGI commonly accepted as a cheap way of making movies by regular people, but a lot of people form the industry saying otherwise, it's why I lfet my comment. I never worked for ILM, so I can't tell you from my expirience that CGI is much more expencisve then practical, but if profesionals do say though, I decide to believe them, until somebody oficially will debunk it ;)  and having free render engin Renderman is not even the slightest going to help make CGI cheaper) You need, animators, riggers, 3d modelers, texturers. renderers, technical artist, composoters supervisers, and a lot other programs to make CGI ;) Renderman just a rendering engine.  :)
  25. ELDERCLANLEADER
    Azamultic I have to disagree bro , why is it more expensive ? It’s a computer and a artist and a modelling program , as I say Pixar released Renderman to the public , if it was so expensive why would they do that ? Surely that’s where the expense is right ?

    I’m not taking away from CGI because when it’s done right , it’s incredible and you would never know it was being used ... the film zodiac was almost entirely CGI and again you would never even know. But when they say CGI is more expensive than practical effects , I just don’t buy it , perhaps 10-15 years ago it was , but not anymore. I think it’s all just a cop out to make films more cheaply. All the films that used CGI correctly used it as a last resort.

    In my opinion CGI should only be used to do the things practical effects could never achieve, it should be another tool in the workman box that’s there if you need it , but only when you need it. I don’t think it should be the go to thing , build your sets properly and if it needs a CGI makeover so be it , but whole worlds build out of rendering is lazy film making imo.
  26. azamultic
    Talking of film effects holding the test of time , anyone find it mad how well Lord Of The Rings holds up compared to The Hobbit ? Imo Lord Of The Rings is proof practical effects when done well always out shine CGI , another example is Jurassic park 1,2,3 , they have all aged really well , then Jurassic world decided to throw a spanner in the works and make it a CGI fest , and it frankly looks terrible. I don’t buy this whole “CGI is very expensive” nonsense, i think it’s a ploy used by Hollywood to make movies on the cheap , but make the viewer believe its groundbreaking. At the end of the day it’s computer graphics , and things like Pixar’s render man have been public for years , so how expensive is it really ? I’m not saying there isn’t talent in the CGI world , there’s some quality artists out there , but surly a life sized Tyrannosaurus rex puppet with animatronics is more expensive to make than a CGI counter part ?

    What I heard form ADI studio that CGI will cost the same or more compare to Practical effects, but the reason CGI is more popular for producers is because the when theys shoot a scene, and finished, and if something didn't work the way they wanted, they would need to create puppits and practical effects again, when CGI is just there and you can reuse as much time as you want. Producers thinks that it's better and more comfartable to use CGI then practical effects. THey don't want to spend money on the same thing. They pey for practical effects, and after they need to pay again, because something didn't work as they expected. Where for CGI the peying once(more expencive) but they don't need to pay for the VIsual Effect again. That's explanation from ADI heads. So yeh CGI is not cheaper then practical, they just don't want to pay twice.  ;)
  27. ELDERCLANLEADER
    Talking of film effects holding the test of time , anyone find it mad how well Lord Of The Rings holds up compared to The Hobbit ? Imo Lord Of The Rings is proof practical effects when done well always out shine CGI , another example is Jurassic park 1,2,3 , they have all aged really well , then Jurassic world decided to throw a spanner in the works and make it a CGI fest , and it frankly looks terrible. I don’t buy this whole “CGI is very expensive” nonsense, i think it’s a ploy used by Hollywood to make movies on the cheap , but make the viewer believe its groundbreaking. At the end of the day it’s computer graphics , and things like Pixar’s render man have been public for years , so how expensive is it really ? I’m not saying there isn’t talent in the CGI world , there’s some quality artists out there , but surly a life sized Tyrannosaurus rex puppet with animatronics is more expensive to make than a CGI counter part ?
  28. dallevalle
    LOL Rollerball.

    Pretty safe to say that- anything with LL-Cool J was gonna come out to be C-level entertainment, it woulda gone straight to Netflix had they had it.

    deep blue sea is amazing too.

    But the computer effects got old as f**k.

    no shit the movie is also from 1999 but remember not every shark scene in the movie is computer effects.
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