Sharknado 2: The Second One


Action / Horror / Sci-Fi / Thriller


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Tara Reid as April Wexler
Wil Wheaton as Airplane Passenger
Richard Kind as Harland 'The Blaster' McGuinness
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750.12 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 35 min
P/S 4 / 13
1.43 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 35 min
P/S 1 / 10

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Greg Costa 2 / 10

Why do people like this!?

This movie is, in basic terms, a rehash of the first one. (not surprising since The Asylum produced it) This movie does nothing original whatsoever. Even the damn poster is the same as the first, just with slight touches to it. If you were one of the "lucky" ones to watch it on the day it premiered, you'll find that people tweeted crazily over some of the most stupid things thinking they were awesome. No. This movie causes physical pain to viewers who truly love and respect film. This is one of the worst sequels ever and is personally in my top worst movies, right next to Garbage Pail Kids. Pass on this when given the chance people.

Reviewed by interstellar8888 1 / 10

Actually is a Hurricane.

There are a lot of people who enjoy watching what they call "B" movies because they can shut their brains off and just watch. This is the perfect movie for them because it seems that everyone involved with the making of this movie did just that, shut their brains off. There is a difference between camp and stupid. Unfortunately in this age of dumbed-down everything, that difference is blurred by the stupidity of the audience. Just try to imagine the person that the makers of this movie envisioned as fans when they were developing ideas (the fact that they tagged it as "the second one" after putting 2 in the title is a clue).

Ignoring the bad writing, bad acting (horrendous to be exact), lack of scale and production value, the movie is left with a completely ridiculous and incomprehensible premise. Inserting cameos of recognizable people (Andy Dick?, Matt Lauer?, Kelly Ripa?) to boost awareness (again for the nondiscriminating audience member)exceeded in only making the movie look desperate to hang on to the small target they were shooting for (advanced by the fact that these "celebrities" appear to be amenable to do anything for a paycheck). Fortunately, the movie was on Syfy, a haven for this type of garbage, and is unlikely to infect other outlets since Syfy has become the butt of these types of jokes. Some day I will forgive myself for wasting two hours of my life watching this disaster.

Reviewed by Michael O'Keefe 7 / 10

From a shark's belly to the Big Apple.

It's another sharknado! Remember the highlight of Fin Shepard(Ian Ziering)using a chainsaw to rip his way out of a shark's belly in Los Angeles? Nothing I can remember is as ridiculous or cheesy this time around. Fin and his ex-wife April(Tara Reid) are New York bound, when the plane is attacked by swirling and diving sharks inside some bad weather. Fin, of course, is up to his hero thing again landing what is left of the plane. Now his chore will be to save the Big Apple from two sharknados ready to converge on Manhattan. Instead of the reunion with his wife and her family, Fin will be busy with his heroics...this time with the help of an old flame named Skye(Vivica A. Fox).

Iconic NYC attractions will be attacked by torpedo-like sharks; as they prove to be able to build up a good body count just by landing on their victims. Still, plenty of chomping as the blood and guts fly. And some entertaining methods of shark killing as you lose count of all the cameos featured: Kelly Osbourne, Robert Hays, Richard Kind, Al Roker, Matt Lauer, Michael Strahan, Billy Ray Cyrus and Kelly Ripa. Judd Hirsch plays a very helpful taxi driver and the Mayor of NYC is played by Robert Klein. Might as well line up writer Thunder Levin and director Anthony C. Ferrante for "atta boy" awards. I just don't know how much pride to expect for confessing to watching this. I do still feel a bit cheated by not getting to hear Mack The Knife by Bobby Darin.

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