I just remember how inaccurate it was. Sharks don't seek out people as prey, much less consume them. They may give a person a test bite, which does inflict a lot of injury, and on occasion remove a limb, but they don't eat the entire person.
Very rarely does a shark attack happen anyways.
Also, I am angered by how many innocent sharks were killed by people seeing that movie and thinking that they were blood thirsty monsters.
Also, Mythbusters proved that the whole scene in the end, where the air canister blows the shark to bits, is entirely movie magic and would never happen in the real world.