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Calender Man: 6
Rainbow Archer: 4

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12:7 - The Burger King vs. Flo (Progressive)

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The Burger King: 6
Flo (Progressive): 9

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12:7 - Artemis vs. Odin

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Artemis: 5
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12:7 - Battle Droids vs. Clonetroopers

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Battle Droids: 0
Clonetroopers: 14

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12:7 - Tallahassee (Zombie Land) vs. The Town of Silent Hill

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Tallahassee (Zombie Land): 4
The Town of Silent Hill: 7

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The Overlook Hotel: 4
Din Djarin: 11

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12:7 - Pele vs. Cúchulainn

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Pele: 5
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12:7 - Android 8 vs. Midnighter

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Android 8: 9
Midnighter: 3

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12:7 - The Flash (Wally West) vs. Superman

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The Flash (Wally West): 6
Superman: 7

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12:7 - The Invid vs. The Romulan Star Empire

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The Invid: 7
The Romulan Star Empire: 6

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12:7 - Lucky the Leprechaun vs. Snap, Crackle, and Pop

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Lucky the Leprechaun: 7
Snap, Crackle, and Pop: 5

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12:7 - The Qu (All Tomorrows) vs. The Cylons

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The Qu (All Tomorrows): 4
The Cylons: 8

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12:7 - Michonne vs. Monster Island

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Michonne: 2
Monster Island: 11

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12:7 - Apollo vs. Quetzalcoatl

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Apollo: 9
Quetzalcoatl: 2

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12:7 - Tony the Tiger vs. Dig 'em Frog

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Tony the Tiger: 8
Dig 'em Frog: 3

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12:7 - Scar (Disney) vs. David Xanatos

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Scar (Disney): 5
David Xanatos: 9

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12:7 - Mario vs. Willy the Hillbilly

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Mario: 3
Willy the Hillbilly: 10

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12:7 - Lara Croft vs. Xenomorph Prime

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Lara Croft: 7
Xenomorph Prime: 9

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12:7 - Ryu vs. Sub-Zero

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Ryu: 7
Sub-Zero: 5

Shark fight


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The shark from Jaws(the biggest version)

 

vs.

 

The 3 sharks from Deep Blue Sea

 

Who wins?

 

Note: I'm not sure why this hasn't been done before, seemed kinda obvious when I thought of it.

 

The 3 sharks win, underwater speed is what matters when both of you can cause significant damage to the other with a bite. They cripple him and then finish him off.

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The 3 sharks win, underwater speed is what matters when both of you can cause significant damage to the other with a bite. They cripple him and then finish him off.

 

Sorry, Jaws wins here. He waits until the Deep Blue Sea sharks go to the Bahamas for a vacation and then stalks them - methodically picking them off one by one.

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I'm surprised that only one person thinks the Deep Blue Sea sharks would win, no one seems to be taking into account the fact that they are hyper intelligent.

 

I have given up on finding logic here, from most people.

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The three Deep Blue Sea sharks win, without too much trouble in fact. They're genetically altered to be bigger, faster, and smarter than normal sharks. While the Jaws shark was a monster, it simply can't compete with their superior speed and intelligence, as well as numbers.

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Yeaaaah... it was shown to be a lot smaller than that in the film itself.

But that is what it states on the box for J3 and we are going with Biggest version as stated by the one who posted the topic. The White from J3s at least that if not more in the movie as it shows a person in its mouth as quite tiny before being blown up by a grenade. The movie was *vulgarity*ing trash but the White was enormous

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The largest of the Deep Blue Sea sharks is 40 feet in length, fifteen feet longer then Jaws in the first movie and quite a bit bigger then any of the others. Even without backup, or its intelligence, it would be too much for Jaws.

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The largest of the Deep Blue Sea sharks is 40 feet in length, fifteen feet longer then Jaws in the first movie and quite a bit bigger then any of the others. Even without backup, or its intelligence, it would be too much for Jaws.

 

It does not state that anywhere in the film or even suggest that size by visuals. Sharky from J3 kills em easy. I will watch it again to check though

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The large female starts to smash in a steel door. It says given her size she can put a couple of tons maybe more into a hit. That would mean she weighs at the most less then 2 tons because the force exerted from her slamming into the steel door a combination of speed and mass is only 2 tons (mabey more)

 

 

 

even in Jaws it says the white has 3 tons on her and she is only 25 feet

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It does not state that anywhere in the film or even suggest that size by visuals. Sharky from J3 kills em easy. I will watch it again to check though

 

 

Come again?

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I watched BBS again and i still cant get over that these are supposed to be Mako sharks.

 

 

can someone provide a list of shark films and a table of best to worst. Some of the current stuff looks worse then jaws from the seventies

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The reason Jaws stands out above everything else is at least 60% because of Robert "*vulgarity*ing" Shaw. Maybe 70%...

 

Besides that, it is the same reason that most horror movies suck. Pacing. You never really get a good idea of how big and strong that shark is until near the end of the film. Up until that point you only get glimpses here and there of the animal. Add in a wonderful musical score, human characters you actually care about *and* great cinematography and you got yourself one hell of a movie.

 

On the other hand Deep Blue Sea showed it's monster from the very beginning, had a throw away musical score and in place of Richard Dreyfuss, Roy Scheider and Robert "*vulgarity*ing" Shaw, we got Samuel L Jackson. A good actor he may be, but Samuel L Jackson is no Robert "*vulgarity*ing" Shaw.

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The reason Jaws stands out above everything else is at least 60% because of Robert "*vulgarity*ing" Shaw. Maybe 70%...

 

Besides that, it is the same reason that most horror movies suck. Pacing. You never really get a good idea of how big and strong that shark is until near the end of the film. Up until that point you only get glimpses here and there of the animal. Add in a wonderful musical score, human characters you actually care about *and* great cinematography and you got yourself one hell of a movie.

 

On the other hand Deep Blue Sea showed it's monster from the very beginning, had a throw away musical score and in place of Richard Dreyfuss, Roy Scheider and Robert "*vulgarity*ing" Shaw, we got Samuel L Jackson. A good actor he may be, but Samuel L Jackson is no Robert "*vulgarity*ing" Shaw.

 

to ture, almost all shark movies suck unfortunately you think after 30 years some one could do a good one.

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Well there's supposed to be a movie based on Steve Alten's Meg... someday? He's written an entire series that revolves around a prehistoric ecosystem hidden away at the bottom of the challenger deep and cut off from the world above.

 

While the books have their ups and downs, they're literary masterpieces compared to the usual shit you get out of the genre.

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