Directed by: Bibo Bergeron, Vicky Jenson, Rob Letterman
Writing credits: Michael J. Wilson, Rob Letterman
Movie Genre: Animation/Comedy
Running Time: 90 minutes
Shark Tale is a 2004 animated movie produced by DreamWorks Animation.
The undersea underworld is shaken up when Frankie, a Great White Shark, the son of the shark mob boss Don Lino and the brother of Lenny, a vegetarian shark, is crushed by a falling anchor and an innocent but somewhat self-centered, poverty-stricken, lonely fish named Oscar is found at the scene of the crime.
A bottom-feeding hustler, Oscar takes the credit for killing the shark and saving the reef. As a result, he is made a celebrity by the other locals.
Although Oscar desires to please everyone, he soon discovers that he pleases no one; his paramour Angie is heartbroken by the fact that Oscar is no longer honest, while her hedonistic rival Lola is disgusted by what she considers low taste.
Don Lino plans revenge, and Oscar must rise to the occasion.
Tagline: Behind every little fish is a great white lie.