Deep Blue Sea

Plot hole: Considering the size and power of the sharks, why didn't the female just jump the fence at the end of the film. It was only 3 or 4 feet above the water at that point. (01:30:10)

Grumpy Scot

Plot hole: Mako sharks have been known to leap out of the water, sometimes into boats. Therefore, it is quite possible, perhaps even more so, for these specialised Makos to jump.

Plot hole: Carter doesn't have any tracker device or any other to find the lost shark in the open sea, so it would be impossible to find him.

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Russell Franklin: Just what the hell did you do to those sharks?
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