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  • Actors: Jaleel White, Gary Stretch, Sarah Lieving, and Robert Picardo
  • Directors: Christopher Ray
  • Writers: Naomi Selfman
  • Producers: David Michael Latt, David Rimawi, Paul Bales
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: The Asylum
  • DVD Release Date: April 26, 2012
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0041UUNUM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #65,349 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Editorial Reviews

The massive prehistoric shark has survived the last battle, and the world is again threatened when a new, more dangerous foe is discovered in the jungles of Africa.

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If you want to watch a really bad B or maybe C film, this is a good example.
dragongates
The script, the special effects, the action, the acting, the dialogue (I could go on) were about as bottom-of-the-barrel as you can get.
Blacksmith & the Artist
The first one, "Mega Shark VS Giant Octopus" was just so laughably bad you had to see it to believe it.
Ray Boucher

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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Michael B on December 23, 2010
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So, there I was, searching the net for a new b ( or maybe z...) movie to give me entertainment for and hour and half. Then, by some stroke of luck, I found the sequel to last years unofficial movie of the year MEGA SHARK VS GIANT OCTOPUS. What better creaturer c to do battle with the mega shark next than a crocosaurus? And there we have it: MEGA SHARK VS CROCOSAURUS. I imediatly went onto amazon.com to pre-order my copy. And today was the day that it arrived!

As previously stated, our mega shark has apparently survived the fight with the giant octopus. We get a new team of people- including erkel- that plan on killing both the surviving mega shark and the new crocosaurus. Caos ensuses as each of there plans fails causing more and more destruction. So what's on the menu for our two creatures? Well, our mega shark still has a taste for battle ships and submarines, but not so much for planes or bridges anymore. Our crocosaurus on the other hand has a craving for African workers, killer whales, and variouse other morsels. So let's get the breakdown on msvc:

THE GOOD:
- one of my only problems with msvgo was the fact that we never got to see much of our mega shark and giant octopus. They also didn't look terribly realistic, but I didn't find that to be a problem. This time around, the effects are improved ( although still terrible, this adds to the entertainment!) and we get a lot more shots of our creatures and a lot more action.
- another improvement from msvgo is the actual fight scenes. We get two main fights between our Mega shark and our crocosaurus. They also don't consist of the same shot repeated over and over like msvgo!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By SaintPendulous on March 23, 2011
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SO if u haven't seen Giant Shark Vs Mega Octopus, apparently the shark survived its first mega monster battle. I Loved the acting especially because URKLE (Sp?) was in it!

as far as B Monster Movies go this is right up there with Boa Vs Python and Komodo Vs Cobra

Very Very awesome, I totally recommend this for fellow B Movie Enthusiasts!!

(If your looking for a fantastic Cinematic Piece of Art....this is NOT for you)
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Ray Boucher on January 5, 2011
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The crew at "The Asylum" are notorious for making preposterous, ham-handed knockoffs of popular movies. I.E. "Transformers" becomes "Transmorphers" - if they were ever to get into the candy market, I'm sure we would see "N&N's" and "Buttertoes". That being said, The "Mega Shark" series is enjoyable on a very strange level. The first one, "Mega Shark VS Giant Octopus" was just so laughably bad you had to see it to believe it. Online hype based on the title alone gave that movie a life of its own. The sequel, "Mega Shark VS Crocosaurus" sucks just as bad, if not worse, but if you love terrible grade-Z direct to DVD titles featuring giant monsters and former child stars, this one is for you. While the original gave us former 80's pop icon Deborah "Debbie" Gibson in the lead, this one gives us Jaleel "Steve Urkel" White. Massive shark fights Ginormous Crocodile in this outing. With bad CG all the way 'round. The computer animation looks like something from a PS2 cutscene. The biggest problem I have with all these movies (and keep in mind, I buy them and enjoy them, so by saying I have a problem with them is kind of a double-edged sword) is that The Asylum doesn't seem to be willing to pump enough money into their productions to give a more substantial payoff. Tiny Juggernaut, the company that provides the CG for the "Mega" series, appears to be very capable. These guys could be ILM or WETA if they were given a budget bigger than what is usually earmarked for the dinner at a typical high-school prom. The effects budget is the only thing that suffers from these movies. We expect the concept to be B, we expect the writing to be B, but the end result would be better if the effects were A.Read more ›
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MEGA SHARK VERSUS CROCOSAURUS

Since I am a big Asylum fan and reviewed the first film in this franchise [Mega Shark Versus Giant Octopus] I decided I needed to get to the other films in it. So first up was the first sequel which had our surviving Shark from the first going up against a very large crocodile. When you have these two very large guys going at it how could it not be good.

Deep in Africa [I think] a diamond mine has troubles as its workers are eaten by a huge croc. So a hunter goes to work as this would be his prize catch. After somehow being successful he gets it onto a ship and off they go. But shortly after it escapes and makes its way into the ocean while another creature swims about. The Mega Shark from the first attacks a ship elsewhere so the military has to catch this thing. But once it is known that there are two insane huge killers out there what are the humans to do. So the battle is set, shark against croc, and both against us.

This film is just as bad as the first one which is of course what an Asylum movie is usually about. The story is crazy which is fun and the graphics are what you would expect. The acting for the most part are bad but it was cool seeing Jaeel White. The writers for this film have worked on other Asylum flicks as has the director Christopher Ray. In fact he directed other shark films for Asylum like “Shark Week” and “2 Headed Shark Attack”.

This was as good or as bad as the first depending on your style or mood. The title says it all so you know what you are getting into. But as it turns out this would not be the last time we would see a Mega Shark. And much like Godzilla would see a robotic version of himself so would Mega, that's right, a Mecha Shark.
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