Sharknado 2: The Second One (2014) is a English movie. Anthony C. Ferrante has directed this movie. Ian Ziering,Tara Reid,Vivica A. Fox,Mark McGrath are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2014. Sharknado 2: The Second One (2014) is considered one of the best Action,Adventure,Comedy,Horror,Sci-Fi,Thriller movie in India and around the world.
Having escaped death by the skin of their teeth after the unprecedented meteorological phenomenon in Sharknado (2013), the lucky survivors, Fin, and his former wife, April, find themselves en route to Manhattan, to warn the world about the freakish incident. However, once more, heavy, shark-ridden storm clouds gather in the sky, setting the stage for yet another blood-drenched disaster in the making. This time, the unsuspecting Big Apple is the epicentre of the ferocious tornado, as not one but two violent cyclones are converging into a massive atmospheric anomaly, threatening to level the entire city. Now, veteran Fin has to brave the elements and do what he does best before New York City turns into an endless all-you-can-eat buffet. But, the first Sharknado was already too much to handle. Who can survive a second one?
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Yup "Shark happens" This is definite junk food for the brain in a so bad it's awesome kind of way. The ultimate in guilty pleasure, Sharknado 2 is equally as bad (good) as the original although you can tell they had a bigger budget for the sequel because the special effects are better and there are a ton of cameos. Ian Ziering, I have to give it to him here, he really gives his all and was fun as hell to watch running around New York saving the day, kicking shark ass with his chainsaw. Lots of laughs, a good time, exactly what I was expecting from a made for TV B-movie. The opening scene with Robert Hays (Airplane) is awesome, it does drag a bit at times but filled with enough blood and epic cheese moments to make it through. Tara Reid is still god awful. The GMA guys were surprisingly hilarious. 7/30/14
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.
After viewing the tour DE force that was the original Sharknado (2013), most viewers were left in awe, and with a roaring hunger to enter this magical world again. Thankfully these brave viewers did not have to suffer for long as the Man Wizard, Anthony C. Ferrante, quickly got to work on his next masterpiece, Sharknado 2. Naturally Sharknado 2 was given the title "The Second One". What else would you call it. He quickly enlisted the A List of Tara Reid, and Ian Zering. Both probably swamped with scripts from the likes of the Coen Brothers and Tarantino said, "We need to revisit this story". And with that the world won that day. It is hard to think that a movie can end wars, hunger, famine, rape, but this movie can. I can imagine that after the national viewing tonight that the war raging in Isreal will likely sease and a wave of global peace and harmony will overtake the gentle minds of a soft warm generation. This is the movie we asked for, this is the movie the world deserved.
Caution: Falling sharks alert. Get out your buzz saws, or Kelly Rippa's high heels. Once again, sharks have hitch-hiked along with tornadoes in order to dive bomb victims from the sky during a perfect sharkstorm. Our finny friends have flown 3,000 miles east of LA to hammer a bunch of cameo appearance stars in New York. Speaking of flying, we open with the finest Sharks-On-a-Plane sequence ever filmed. The Weather channel's shark funnel graphics of sharks spinning around and the "War on Sharks" bit are comic genius. Shark density reports such as "sharks are falling at a rate of 2 inches per hour," so you will not be caught off guard. Unless, of course, you stay outside, where all the sharks are flying around, which seems to be what everybody in this movie does. SyFy has been the biggest master of camp and cheese on cable, and they readily admit it with self-mockery such as this. It shows a lot of humorous imagination, and the many celebrities in cameos take a good turn at poking fun at themselves. Whether you like this or not will depend upon whether the approach of psychotic silliness hits your funny bone or not. If you do like that style of humor, then I recommend it wholeheartedly.
Who thought they could top the first Sharknado but they have. This time the sharknado hits New York City. From the opening airplane sequence to sharks in the subway to the Empire State Building Sharknado 2 is truly awesome. Who doesn't want to see sharks in a skyscraper?! There is a ton of celebrity cameos in this movie. There's nothing like Matt Lauer and Al Roker reporting on a sharknado. The terrible cgi in the movie makes it even better. The end of this movie is one of the most epic endings ever. It even tops the chainsaw scene from the first Sharknado. I don't think I could have asked for anything more from this movie. I don't know about you but I am for sure looking forward to Sharknado 3.