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Crazy Like a Shark

Posted by Melanie / September 16, 2007

seamonsters_promo1_250px.jpg I can barely swim so I was never really as afraid of sharks as I was of drowning or embarassing myself. Now that that's out in the open, National Geographic will be making good use of the big screen with "Sea Monsters 3D- A Prehistoric Adventure". Said to be authentic, powerful and educational it will be hitting IMAX October 3rd, but you can always win tickets to the advance screening Septemeber 26th (that's two tickets if you wanna try the old 'advance screening to a 3D shark movie' date. Good fun and a good chance to try out you sea water innuendo.)

Note: If anyone is eager to share their sea water innuendo, please post it! I admire anyone with a flair for puns as it is something that I struggle to exceed in.

Picture from bigmoviezone.com

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rrrobyn / September 16, 2007 at 10:39 pm
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for a different take on underwater life, concordia's cinema politica is showing the documentary Sharkwater - http://www.cinemapolitica.org/films/37 - tomorrow night (Monday Sept 17), rm H110, free/pwyc. looks pretty great.
jason / September 20, 2007 at 02:38 am
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It’s actually excel in but who's lookn' :) I wish I were one of those English geniuses' that writes the gazette. Puns... crap. I read this article this morning and I have been racking my brain trying to come up with one.

This isn't a water pun but it's my favorite: I stole someone else's idea for a stage drama. Am I a playgiarist?

You can't swim? You know that most people who drown are pushed in so be careful. I wouldn't want my favorite midnighter to get killed. As for swimming just remember Swimming can be easy or hard. It deep-ends.

Jason

Melanie / September 20, 2007 at 06:43 am
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Deep-ends = genius
sam / September 22, 2007 at 11:39 pm
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I never liked imax, it's always a let down. i went to see a space exploration imax narrated by none other than tom hanks and it blew chunks. then we stayed to watch the next movie, a rolling stones documentary, in the hopes it would get better and again, chunky...

there's a reason why this imax is 'alive for the first time in 80 million years,' nobody wanted to see it!
sam / September 22, 2007 at 11:40 pm
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I never liked imax, it's always a let down. i went to see a space exploration imax narrated by none other than tom hanks and it blew chunks. then we stayed to watch the next movie, a rolling stones documentary, in the hopes it would get better and again, chunky...

there's a reason why this imax is 'alive for the first time in 80 million years,' nobody wanted to see it!
outlet / May 14, 2013 at 01:48 pm
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Tormeti / February 4, 2015 at 01:13 am
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