Dinoshark (2010)

TV Movie   |  TV-14   |    |  Action, Adventure, Comedy

Dinoshark (2010) Poster

A baby dinoshark evolves into a ferocious predatory adult, terrorising tourists and locals offshore from Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.




  • Dinoshark (2010)
  • Eric Balfour and Iva Hasperger in Dinoshark (2010)
  • Eric Balfour in Dinoshark (2010)
  • Eric Balfour in Dinoshark (2010)
  • Dinoshark Still
  • Dinoshark Still

See all photos

Get More From IMDb

For an enhanced browsing experience, get the IMDb app on your smartphone or tablet.

Get the IMDb app

Reviews & Commentary

Add a Review

User Reviews

16 May 2011 | TheLittleSongbird
| Better than most of Syfy's output, but not saying much
I have made no secret about disliking a vast majority of Syfy's output, I find a lot of cheesy effects, terrible acting and forced dialogue complete with the odd bit of novelty value if in the right mood. Dinoshark is not among the worst of their efforts, as the creature is surprisingly adequate in design and the opening sequence sets the film up quite nicely. Plus the locations are quite nice, shame though about the choppy editing. However, apart from the creature the effects are really quite cheesy, the gore especially does look very fake. The film also has a predictable story, which I was expecting actually though on paper it had a somewhat daft but intriguing idea, but it is also a sluggishly paced story complete with scenes that are either useless, scenes that feel more a spoof movie than anything else with a scene reminiscent of one from Megashark vs. Giant Octopus, or completely devoid of suspense. The dialogue is forced and contrived, I agree 100% about the "food made with love" line, which in my mind is one of the most groan-worthy lines ever on film celluloid. The direction is flimsy, and the acting doesn't fare much better especially the lead actress who can't act even if her life depends on it, yes even from Roger Corman, not helped by the fact that none of the characters are compelling, likable or written well. The attack scenes are also badly staged with no build-ups whatsoever, and the music score is little more than a badly done rehash of the likes of Jaws. Overall, it is a terrible movie, but I'll be kind in that Syfy have done much worse. 2/10 Bethany Cox

Critic Reviews

Sundance Stars Cast Their Biopics

Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jude Law, Alison Brie, Julia Garner, and more of the biggest stars at Sundance 2020 share the famous names they'd like to be played by in a movie of their lives.

Watch now

Around The Web


Powered by ZergNet

More To Explore

Search on Amazon.com