Shark Bait (The Reef)
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Shark Bait (The Reef)
As a shoestring-budget clone of the A-list animated features Finding Nemo and A Shark Tale, the U.S.-Korean co-production The Reef constitutes yet another CG-animated picture about the 'little fish that could.' The piscine in question is the cleverly-named Pi (voice of Freddie Prinze, Jr.), orphaned when his parents are caught by a net off of Boston harbor. Adopted by a family of porpoises, Pi later swims a great distance to a tropical reef to live with his Aunt Pearl (voice of Fran Drescher), a psychic fish. He also falls in love with the supermodel fish Cordelia (voice of Evan Rachel… More

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"Animated ocean tale has lots of scuffles and bullying."
‑ Tracy Moore, Common Sense Media
"One of the cheapest, ugliest cartoon features ever produced."
‑ David Cornelius, eFilmCritic.com
"It was called Shark Bait in some territories, but The Reef is a much better title for this colourful and family friendly animated ocean tale"
‑ Louise Keller, Urban Cinefile
"Tetrimmena gags ki adynames ypoplokes poy emfanizontai ki eksafanizontai horis synohi i synepeia, prospathoyn apegnosmena na gemisoyn ti diarkeia enos animation apati"
‑ Joseph Proimakis, Movies for the Masses
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