Oceanic wise guys meet up with a small fish who has a big attitude in this computer-animated comedy. Don Lino (voice of Robert De Niro) is the patriarch of a family of sharks who lord over a bustling aquatic community based along a massive underwater reef. Don Lino has two sons, Frankie (voice of Michael Imperioli) and Lenny (voice of Jack Black); Frankie is a carnivorous tough guy who takes after his father, but Lenny is, at heart, a kind soul who has earned the ire of his dad by becoming a vegetarian. One of Don Lino's cronies is Sykes (voice of Martin Scorsese), who runs a "whale wash" where Oscar (voice of Will Smith) scrubs aquatic mammals for a living. Oscar is a small but ambitious fish who dreams of making something of himself, and when a dropped anchor accidentally kills Frankie, Oscar is suddenly (if mistakenly) celebrated as "the shark killer." Oscar's overnight fame attracts the attentions of Lola (voice of Angelina Jolie), a slinky dragon fish who woos Oscar away from his steady date, Angie (voice of Renée Zellweger); however, Oscar strikes up a friendship with Lenny and has to decide what to do when Don Lino and Sykes decides it's time to "take care" of the "different" shark. Also popping up in Shark Tale's all-star voice cast are Peter Falk, Vincent Pastore, Ziggy Marley, and Katie Couric.~Mark Deming
Michael J. Wilson
Robert De NiroDon Lino
Doug E. DougBernie
David SorenWorm, Killer Whale #2, Shrimp, Starfish #1
Peter FalkIra Feinberg
Katie CouricKatie Current
David P. SmithCrazy Joe
Bobb'e J. ThompsonShortie #1
Lenny VenitoGiuseppe, Great White #1
Shelley MorrisonMrs. Sanchez
James MadioGreat White #2, Hammerhead
Frank VincentGreat White #3
Joseph SiravoGreat White #5
Steve AltermanMessenger Fish, Tip Fish #2
Phil LaMarrPrawn Shop Owner
Jenifer LewisMotown Turtle
Sean BishopGreat White #4, Killer Whale #1, Tip Fish #1, Whale
If you are making a child collection this is a must have very great movie and cheap on best buy dvd for only 4 dollars it's a must have
This review is from Shark Tale [DVD] 
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review
A Whale of a Wash, Oh My Gosh!
Owned for 1 month when reviewed.
I loved this movie ever since I witnessed it in theaters. Now, it is finally on Blu ray! (with a digital to boot).
All the actors do an excellent job of playing their parts in this rags to high-end reef tale. If you have never seen it, do it.
Oscar (Will Smith) wants to get out of his dead end Whale-wash job and be a somebody. However, when he gets into severe financial trouble with his boss and is actually left for dead to sleep with the fishies, a crazy coincidence happens that has everyone thinking he is a Superhero Shark Slayer.
Believing that he actually killed a shark (of course he didn't, a boat anchor accidentally did), he is propelled to stardom! However, when Don Lino (De Niro) and the Sharks (think Godfather type mafia) want to track down Oscar, all things start to get crazy. Throw in the fact Don Lino's Vegetarian son, Lenny (Jack Black) knows witnesses what happens and seeks asylum with Oscar because he doesn't want to take over the family business, then all hell breaks lose. A beautiful tale of telling the truth and knowing you are a somebody by who you are and the friends/family you keep are not wasted.
This looks beautiful in 4K and the digital was easy to download. This has a dynamite soundtrack as well.
I highly recommend this movie if you are ever feeling down at the bottom of the reef!
This hip-hop/mob action comedy set undersea is fast, fresh, fun, and finny ... er, funny. OK, you watch the movie and see if you don't come out making silly jokes like that. This isn't a classic like Finding Nemo or Shrek, but it throws so much at you so fast you will be too busy enjoying yourself to notice.
The plot is nothing special, but the visuals are, with eye-popping color and wonderfully expressive fish faces, hilariously funny and surprisingly touching. The voice talent is top-notch and the animators have managed to bring the essence of the actors to the characters. Don Lido has De Niro's birthmark on his cheek, and Oscar has Smith's eyes and mouth. There are dozens of gags and pop-cultural references and some bright musical numbers that keep things moving briskly, with a remake of the Rose Royce "Car Wash" song by Missy Elliot and Christina Aguilera a highlight.