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This particular shark can walk around on the beach and even fly! It is released when drilling at an oil rig causes an earthquake. Of course, a seductive marine biologist shows up to investigate while the shark eats up most of the cast. Sarah Lieving (MEGASHARK VS CROCOSAURUS) plays the biologist; John Schneider from TV's Hazzard county is the shady oil company chief; Jerry Lacy (Rev. Trask in the original DARK SHADOWS) has a small role as Schneider's boss; and B-movie action hero Tim Abell plays the renegade boat captain who helps Lieving. Jimmie Walker shows up as a deejay at the local club who hosts (what else?) a bikini contest.
The shark effects are appropriately cheesy and notorious director Fred Olen Ray obviously didn't take the movie seriously either.
It's all Saturday matinee fluff but worth a few laughs.
The shark itself was comical as it maneuvers on land. But by that point you just want the film to be over. Sarah Lieving who played an investigating agent in "Mega Shark vs Crocosaurus" did it so well she landed the same role for this film. She looks good in a bikini, too bad they didn't write her any decent lines. Produced, directed and written by Fred Olen Ray who did "Bikini Time Machine", "Bikini Frankenstein", "Bikini Royale", "Bikini Royale 2," "Bikini Jones and the Temple of Eros," "Super Ninja Bikini Babes," "Bikini Chain Gang," "Bikini Drive-In", "Bikini Hoe-Down", "Bikini Round-Up", and I think you get the picture.
Asylum grade entertainment at best.
No f-bombs, sex, or nudity.
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I was a little disappointed how much sexiness and inappropriate dressing was in this movie. I rented it in order to see the sharks but had to wade through the non-shark stuff... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Sheena L. Brown
Lousy movie. Wasn't worth the price. Typical Syfy channel B movie.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
By-the-numbers made for TV mutant shark thriller. Nothing new. I know Fred Olen Ray, and he's done much better work than this. Still, it is what it is.Published 3 months ago by Grrrr
When an 8 and 10 year old can't stay interested and protest "that's so fake", it's not a good thing. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Mark Hudson
The first is the best. Very silly far from even a good movie, but it is funPublished 9 months ago by Wally's Dad
ok for what it was, not so great but funny moments. not for little children.Published 13 months ago by cozybooks