2-Headed Shark Attack 2012 NR CC

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A Semester at Sea ship is sunk by a two-headed shark, and the survivors escape to a deserted atoll. When it starts flooding, the coeds are no longer safe from the jaws of the monster.

Starring:
Carmen Electra, Charlie O'Connell
Runtime:
1 hour 28 minutes

2-Headed Shark Attack

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It's 2-HEADED SHARK ATTACK, after all.
C. Dennis Moore
Review: Let me start off my review with saying that this movie has so many flaws that it isn't even funny!
POD JAWS
The shark is mostly CGI, but it is done really bad.
S. Der

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52 of 55 people found the following review helpful By KnifeParty80 on February 24, 2012
Format: DVD
How can anyone purchase a movie titled "2 Headed Shark Attack" that stars Carmen Electra and Brook Hogan and review it negatively? Seriously, what were you expecting????
Things go wrong quickly for a group of students on a Semester At Sea trip, when their boat, the Sea King hits a shark, damaging the boat. The boat begins to take on water and the group heads for safety on a nearby atoll and are terrorized and devoured by the double headed beast.
Is the acting bad? Yep
Is the dialogue wretched? Uh Huh
Is the shark CG and cheesy looking? Sure Is
Is this movie totally fun? Absolutely
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By flaviolius on September 10, 2012
Format: DVD
This is the tragic tale of an upset hungry shark who is a mastermind misunderstood genius, and had several powers.

The first power was how it would constantly chomp two people at once, and the two people were always the perfect distance apart to line up beautifully with each mouth. Cosmic synchronicity, or an example of pure shark predatory genius? We know the true answer.

Next, the shark was able to change size immediately. It would smash an entire boat in its jaws (actually it causes a whole island to sink by crashing its head into the underwater land-part and biting biting biting it), then five seconds later it was sneaking up on people standing in three feet of water. Obviously it had the secret power to grow and shrink itself, and also the skill of teleporting. Then, the shark could also regenerate, because when it lost one of its heads - the left one - it would miraculously grow it back while the right head went away. It kept switching missing heads, because reptiles do that, and sharks and reptiles are the same.

It was also attracted to electricity from big engines because electricity made it mad, but it always managed to go out of its way to chew on people. Hm. Hey wait a sec. I guess the island must have had a crazy invisible electrical charge because the shark was very very angry at the island and kept attacking it when it had nothing else to do.

The shark bit a guy's leg off, flipped his body into the air with its tail, then launched out of the water to grasp him cleverly in both jaws and rip him apart. I wanted to give the shark 10 out of 10 for gorgeous synchronized chomping.

Next, the shark hid inside a tsunami and flooded the island before and after making the island sink.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Robert I. Hedges HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on April 1, 2012
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
"2-Headed Shark Attack" is the latest ridiculous sea monster flick from The Asylum. Before you can even get to the film there's an intro from The Asylum bragging how they have done over 100 of these cheesy disaster films so far, and the beauty is that if you've seen one you pretty much know what's going to happen in any of the others: just substitute "two-headed shark" for "giant alligator," "enormous squid," or "subterranean volcano under a metropolis" and you've got it. As the credits unwind to obnoxious college students on a speedboat, creature feature fans may feel the hairs on the back of their neck stand up when they see the director is Christopher Douglas-Olen Ray. With B-movie genetics like this you know it's going to be an entertaining movie for all the wrong reasons. Not that I fault Chris Ray, it's not like anyone was going to make a good movie called "2-Headed Shark Attack" or anything. You know what you're buying when you see the title.

The opening starts the production off right. Two talented water skiers in bikinis are pulled behind a boat towed by three ogling guys taking their pictures. I therefore found it a bit incredulous that nobody in the boat noticed when a giant two-headed shark leapt from the water and neatly munched them down. Not that it matters. The real meat of the story, the chum as it were, starts when we meet Professor Babbish (Charlie O'Connell) who is taking his class of insufferable students on a "semester at sea" to learn...well, something. It starts off with a lesson in sextant use, but quickly turns to a sunbathing demonstration. They are on a typical Florida tourist boat...
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Cynthia Hepler on February 17, 2012
Format: Amazon Instant Video Verified Purchase
Look, this isn't winning any awards in any universe, parallel or otherwise. It's craptacular and it has what you expect from the new age of b-movie schlock: bad CGI, bad acting, b-actors, some boobs.

Carmen Electra stretching for most of the film? check. Brook Hogan making her acting coach grimace? check. really awful acting from a well known actor's sibling: double check. CGI is suspect and fabulously cheesy. Some boobs for those that need some T&A. Worth a few bucks for what it is.

If you like this kind of stuff in general, you'll have fun; otherwise, don't bother.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Christo Strydom on August 21, 2012
Format: Blu-ray
2-headed Shark Attack. Come on people, what were you expecting? This is the type of movie Ed Wood would have made had he been alive today, and it would have been the one he would've been remembered for. This is cheesy, this is bad. But at least, it's entertaining, unlike many of the high budget, high concept blockbusters these days, which are dull and unimaginative. The only reason I'm not giving this four stars is because of the disappointing ending. The filmmakers missed out on a great opportunity to set up the sequel:
Where's the 3-headed shark that should've chomped down the rescue chopper at the end?
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