Fin Shepard (Ian Ziering) and his ex-wife April (Tara Reid) are flying to New York City when their plane enters the most unnatural of storms and is battered by airborne sharks. As blood is shed and passengers are maimed in the skies, New York awakens and people spill onto the streets, unaware of the peril descending rapidly towards them. Armed with weapons and explosives, Fin realises he must risk all to save his sister s family from the greatest of danger as floods and storms crash into the city.
Ridiculous but watchable comedy horror sequel
- Sharknado 2: The Second One review by PV
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Just like Sharknado 1, this is absurd - a comedy horror that really does 'jump the shark'.
Some deadpan comedy, self-consciously wooden action, obvious special effects etc.
But it is what it is. Noisy dumb fun!
The only thing I don't like about these movies is the idea sharks are dangerous. No they are not. Very few people attacked killed by sharks each year. And 90% of sharks have been killed in the last 15 years because of greedy Chinese demand for shark fins - a status symbol food that actually tastes of nothing. Maybe that's why I preferred to see the people killed horribly in Sharknado than the sharks!