Mega Shark vs. Mecha Shark
A new mega shark threatens to destroy humanity. The government creates an exact robotic copy of the shark, either equal to or greater than the original. Now they must fight to the death while people and whole cities get in the way.
Plot Keywords: shark / shark-feature / shark-submarine / human-versus-shark / prototype
Taglines: Monster vs Metal
Certificate: Australia:MA15+ | Finland:K-12/9 | South Korea:12 | Sweden:15 | United States:Not Rated
Cast: Christopher Judge , Elisabeth Röhm , Matt Lagan , Paul Anderson , Debbie Gibson , Fiona Hardingham , Hannah Levien , Emma Rose Maloney , Steve Hanks , Simon Barbaro , Marshall Dunn , Colin Flynn , David Salsa , Robert Sisko , Alain Gerard , Benjamin Ballarin , Phil Biedron , Luca Bello , Andrew Bongiorno , Beejan Land , Lance Buckner , Janet Cao , Vincent Cusimano , Delanie Fischer , Cameron Gordon , Brett Lorenzini , Kate Avery , David O’Donnell , Jill Hagara , Sylvia Panacione , Natalie Pellegrini , Jordan R Jackson , Jonez Jones , Bill Voorhees , Billy Walker , Matt Wool , Robert Daniels , Samantha Ketcherside , Steve Troublesome Castillo , Ozzie Devrish , Derek Easley , Patrice Gibbs , Hans Hernke , Steve Huang , Terry F. Smith
Company: The Asylum
Country: United States
Released Date: 28 Jan 2014 (USA)
Film Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
Runtime: 85 min
Soundmix: Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio: 16:9 HD
gavin6942 » A new mega shark threatens to destroy humanity. The government creates an exact robotic copy of the shark, either equal to or greater than the original. Now they must fight to the death while people and whole cities get in the way.
The best part of this film was a brief scene that was an homage to the first film's best scene. This is, of course, a showdown between an airplane and a shark… a complete load of nonsense, but highly entertaining.
Beyond that, nothing too exciting. I feel like there was more than the average effort put into the special effects, but most of this is nothing new and even by Asylum's cheap standards it is not as much fun as it could be. I get the impression Debbie Gibson shot all her scenes in one day, because she rarely interacts with anyone and is always standing in the same spot… this is even less than "phoning it in".
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