Viewing 841 to 850 of about 1671 reviews.
Excellent film. Everyone should see this movie!
Sharkwater is a very inspirational movie, it has made me and my friend realize that sharks are prey and not predators. We are trying to help other people realize that there are going extinct and that we should do something before they are all gone. We are creating posters and infoirmation sheets to help spread the word.
- alex hooft
Visually stunning and well narrated. Unfortunately, corpulent eco-terrorist Paul Watson was introduced, at which point I turned the film off.
the movie was amaizing i dive myself and i am scared of sharks
- martina caron
I think that the film is very important because it shows people what we are doing to our world.
- Kyle Richards
I cried out loud, I shouted out loud, and I am still so angry that this happening. The human race is so iggnorant that we can\ t even see what we are doing to our own planet and what we are taking away from our future generations. This film was most inspiring and made me realize that we will one day wipe ourselves out if we don\ t make a change. By spreading the word and seeing Rob Stewarts work, should all make us want to do more to save sharks and the ocean. We need them mor ethan ever right now. Rob thank you for your work and the amount of passion that you put into it, you are one human that is making a difference, I will help by spreading the word. Thank you!
Loving the water, but being afraid of what lay below, I thought maybe this movie would help me realize sharks were not ment to hurt me. Now when I go swimming and I see a shark, it will be like i have seen one of mother natures finest creations.
I have always loved to swim, but i was always afriad of what lay below. Now when i see a shark, Im seeing a beautiful, marvelous creature,and should be prod that i could see such a rare animal (hopefull not for long). I am noe aspiring to become a marine biologist and change the world for the better. THANK YOU.
- Taylor ,14
Wow.... wow. This documentary is amazing. Horrible and disturbing at times to watch, it brings to light the senseless slaughter of an animal that is severely misunderstood. An animal that we need to survive. It\ s staggering to me that, as smart as we think we are, we\ re killing our world and ourselves slowly. This movie needs to be seen by everyone.
How can anyone not be moved to do something to try and protect these majestic, beautiful and integral creatures. Where has \"our\" empathy, compassion and understanding of this beautiful planet, that we are privlidged to be a part off, gone to?
- Jonathan Startup