Sharknado 2: The Second One [Blu-ray]
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Top Customer Reviews
After Los Angeles, it makes sense that the sequel be staged in the city so nice they named it twice. It wasn't ever gonna be set in, say, Peoria, Illinois. Panicked citizens of the Big Apple must take cover when freak twin waterspouts in the Manhattan and East Rivers threaten to merge into one g0ddamn sharknadocalypse. Good thing that Fin Shepard (Ian Ziering) and April Wexler (Tara Reid), heroes of L.A.'s infamous sharknado, are enroute to New York (for a book signing of April's bestseller How to Survive a Sharknado). First, they must survive the deluge of airborne sharks that infests their Boeing 747. Right about now, a Samuel Jackson expletive is called for.
More or less safe on the ground, April and Fin make plans to combat the New York sharknados. Fin's got the added burden of safeguarding his sister (Kari Wuhrer) and his estranged brother-in-law (played by the guy from Sugar Ray) and their wussy son and out-of-shape daughter. And because unnecessary relationship drama goes hand in hand with disaster movies, Fin also runs into his high school flame Skye (Vivica A. Fox).Read more ›
It's Bigger! It's Better!
It's Even Sillier Than Before!
I don't think that the world was prepared for the original "Sharknado." Although it sounded like a bit of crazy fun, the experience swept the country as THE MOVIE EVENT of the television season and became a bona fide media sensation. The SyFy movie was so brilliantly bad, so riddled with continuity errors, and so filled with inane dialogue and situations that it was a Bad Movie Lover's delight! It was so spectacularly idiotic (I mean, genius), in fact, it qualified as Bad Movie Magic. To this day, I look at the more negative commentary on that film and have to ask the detractors: "What did you really expect? The movie was called Sharknado!" When approaching the sequel, however, I was a little skeptical that they could make lightning strike twice. But with "Sharknado 2: The Second One," the film makers and cast have upped the ante in every regard. And what makes the movie so fascinating is that everyone wanted a piece of the action this time! The movie is so loaded with celebrity (or pseudo-celebrity) cameos, catching them all is almost as much fun as the movie itself.
Here's the distinction between the two movies in my estimation:
Sharknado: A movie that was so bad, it was good.
Sharknado 2: A zany parody of disaster movie tropes. Yes, folks, this one is outright comedy.
What is remarkable about "Sharknado 2: The Second One," though, is how fully it rewards enthusiasts of the first movie. It is an effective sequel that is far more ambitious in raising the cool quotient and the laugh factor. It gave me what I expected, but so much more.Read more ›
To those who have given this movie a one star review, you fail to see and sorely miss the satire. From its opening scene reminiscent of Twilight Zone's "Terror at 20,000 Feet", to its final credit shot familiar in "The Avengers" this movie is a cinematic masterpiece which steals from everything and does it so well.
Thank God I "tivo'd" it so I can watch over and over until my expanded copy arrives. I am counting down the days to this cinematic masterpiece arrives to my home.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The first one was better tbh. The effects for this one are kind of crappy, and the actors are just bad.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
I gave it four stars because I absolutely love MST3K and Rifftrax. But you know what you're getting when you watch a Sharknado movie. Stupid fun. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Amy Smith
Everything you've ever wanted to go along with this movie is here. The Rifftrax crew shoulder the monumental task of watching this... Read morePublished 1 month ago by John G Jack
Goofy enough to give it 5 stars, but I hate to admit it, like watching it.Published 1 month ago by sherlock