Summer is finally here, making it a great time to celebrate the season and the perfect beach weather. Of course, for those who prefer a virtual beach, some shark movies on Netflix are going to be the key and the perfect option for a frenzy.
If you like the ocean’s most feared creatures, or maybe other types of scary or awesome ocean creatures, or if you prefer a completely different type of shark, there are all kinds of options on Netflix. From stories based on real events to fictional horror stories and even a kid-friendly adventure starring everyone’s favorite animated shark, here are eight movies to watch this summer.
A young couple’s sailing adventure turns into a fight for survival as their yacht faces a catastrophic hurricane in this story based on real events.
“Grand Miracle” (2012)
After a reporter writes about whales trapped in the Arctic Circle, the US and USSR team up to save them in this story inspired by real events.
“Blue miracle” (2021)
To save their cash-strapped orphanage, a tutor and his children team up with a stranded boat captain for a chance to win a lucrative fishing competition.
“Last breath” (2019)
A professional diver is trapped on the ocean floor with low oxygen and little hope of being rescued in due course, so he tries to save himself.
“Pinkfong and Baby Shark’s Space Adventure” (2019)
Joined by new friends from other planets, Pinkfong and Baby Shark explore space and search for missing star pieces to return home.
“Shark Hunters” (2002)
Hit by a media storm over his own growing debts, a police officer investigates the loan sharks behind a sinister credit scheme.
In a remote part of the Canary Islands, a surfer falls off a cliff and, as he struggles to survive, he reflects on the life he has lived so far.
This documentary follows the rising tide of Bethany Hamilton, who lost her arm as a teenager before making waves in professional surfing and her personal life.