Shark Tale

Though clearly designed to challenge the deep-sea supremacy of Pixar's FINDING NEMO (2003), Dreamworks' gaudy, vulgar, sadly debased spin on Kenneth Grahame's sly revisionist fairy tale "The Reluctant Dragon" is one soggy, charmless heap of chum. In an underwater metropolis that bears a striking resemblance to Manhattan, small-fry Oscar (voice of Will Smith)...read more

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Featurette - Justin Timberlake
01:17 — A special featurette that takes a behind the scenes look at Justin Timberlake and his role in Shark Tale.
Featurette - Sean Paul
01:49 — A special featurette that takes a behind the scenes look at Sean Paul and his role in Shark Tale.
Featurette - Ludacris
01:14 — A special featurette that takes a behind the scenes look at Ludacris and his role in Shark Tale.
Featurette - Mary J. Blige
01:08 — A special featurette that takes a behind the scenes look at Mary J. Blige and her role in Shark Tale.
Featurette - Christina Aguilera
01:33 — A special featurette that takes a behind the scenes look at Christina Aguilera and her role in Shark Tale.
Trailer C
01:42 — Oscar (Will Smith) is known as the 'shark slayer' and to keep up the act he must make up a great white lie.
Featurette - Fishified
03:59 — A behind the scenes featurette that takes a look how they brought these fish to life for Shark Tale.
Trailer B
02:30 — Oscar is a small but ambitious fish who dreams of making something of himself, and when a dropped anchor accidentally kills Frankie, Oscar is suddenly (more…)
Featurette - Soundtrack
01:41 — A special featurette that takes a behind the scenes look at the people responsible for the soundtrack for Shark Tale.
Trailer A
02:20 — The son of the shark mob boss (Robert DeNiro) is found dead and Oscar (Will Smith) is found at the scene. Being a bottom feeder, Oscar takes advantage (more…)

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  • Released: 2004
  • Rating: PG
  • Review: Though clearly designed to challenge the deep-sea supremacy of Pixar's FINDING NEMO (2003), Dreamworks' gaudy, vulgar, sadly debased spin on Kenneth Grahame's sly revisionist fairy tale "The Reluctant Dragon" is one soggy, charmless heap of chum. In an und… (more)

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