Yuppie go-getters Susan and Daniel (Blanchard Ryan and Daniel Travis) are so busy with their jobs that they barely have time to ask each other how they're doing, so taking a vacation seems like just the ticket. However, problems arise when they are inadvertently left out in the middle of the ocean by their SCUBA day-trip divemasters, and subsequently eaten by sharks.
The leads have zero chemistry; the acting is utterly mediocre; the pace is dreadfully tedious (each 10-minute segment passes like an hour); the camerawork is shaky; the content almost entirely filler; and even one rather eye-popping nude scene is so obviously aimed at "selling the movie" that one's boner objects on principle. The setup is contrived; the execution is not believable; it never particularly seems like the two are actually in the middle of the ocean; and in any case, I couldn't wait for brutal deaths to put an end to it all the movie, or my life, it didn't matter.
I sure hope the publicist of this film got a big fat bonus at the end of the year, because he managed to make a huge number of people take in a big mouthful of shit and somehow believe they were eating palaak paneer (?).