He celebrates his directorial debut with a feature film. It will be directed by Thomas Jane, who is also starring with Nick Nolte and Jeremy Irons. Because of this, he offers to help Hutchinson hunt down the Megalodon with his invention. I loved Bait and I actually really enjoyed Ghost Shark, believe it or not. When another Mega Shark returns from the depths of the sea, world militaries go on high alert.
There has to be a sense of fun, and they usually stress the dramatic. The United States Navy is fed up with the massive and destructive megalodon and has created a equally as big mecha-shark to combat it. The recently thawed creature is able to sling the tug boat through the air and knock off the head of the Sphinx 112+ miles away. As well, the film also suffers with the needless subplot about the deranged scientist secretly working to gain control over the robot that comes out of nowhere, is accomplished with ten minutes to go in the film and really feels like an after-thought to get the film up to a respectable running time rather than doing anything of any coherent value and logic really makes it odd and really distracting. The shark could have looked far worse as far as low-budget sharks go, a good amount of detail went into it actually, and is actually pretty fiercely menacing, rather than being goofy or bringing unintentional humour like most low-budget sharks. Rosie rushes in to board the Mecha Shark to trigger the pulse generator.
The film is a sequel to the 2009 film and is the second installment in the series of films, but contains little of the original cast from that film. The movie's central point of enjoyment is that it exists, and while its vain narcissism is oddly admirable it also leaves something to be desired. Mecha Shark, currently scheduled for release at the end of the month from The Asylum. Sadly, there really wasn't anything entertaining here as the entire film was a real chore to sit through and at just 90 minutes the thing feels three times longer. I think I was taken with the setting in Sydney which is my place of birth and I must have glossed over the shortcomings which this time seemed glaringly obvious.
This is a budget production and is still a bit of fun. Without having to worry about real world issues like budget, my goal was to write the baddest ass shark sci-fi horror thriller. The highlights throughout the movie are of course the titular mega shark versus mecha shark battles, which are just great to watch. It definitely falls short of the previous Mega Shark movies. .
After the credits, Nigel meets up with Jean on a beach and mentions a. Rosie uses the Mecha Shark to seal the leak by crushing the damaged pipe before continuing her objective. Can you give us some insight as to how they choose their projects and which blockbuster films to riff, and where does the writer come into play during all this? Instead of participating in the rich genre traditions to which it owes its existence, the best Mega Shark vs. The film was released on on January 28, 2014. Highly bizarre for a Navy boss. A pair of scientists pilot the mechanical creature as they fight Mega in a pitched battle to save the planet. However, I just can't grasp the concept of having sharks growl.
The three main producers are the guys that pick all the ideas, which means it is usually never an original pitch that gets sold. Ocean traffic grinds to a standstill as everyone lives in fear of the insatiable beast. The writers come on to the project once a film idea has been solidified between them and they get the wheels rolling into the outline and treatment stage. Jaws has kept me safely on dry land since I saw it as a child. The mecha shark has some surprises of its own which are revealed in some must-be-seen-to-be-believed carnage when the battle comes to Sydney.
Now, that is definitely not a bad thing for me, because I do enjoy watching new faces and talents in movies. Jose Prendes: You have to be sneaky about it, but yes. The robot's initial reactivation scene, the big battle with the destroyers at sea and the final battle are all way too obvious about their qualities despite the fact that there's a rather exciting series of action scenes overplaying during that time, and the fact that there's other times throughout this that aren't as obvious about the nature of the effects really causes those to stand out considerably. Many of the ideas Prendes had which was cut from the film was eventually included in his book Sharcano. Additionally, Prendes brings a bit of continuity to the series and riffs on the previous Mega Shark movies as well, including a random attack by giant octopi and another attempted shark attack on an airplane.
While this one doesn't quite manage to make it to the top of the franchise this is still a wholly worthwhile entry. What can we expect to see from the movie? Overall, while one of the better movies in the Mega Shark series it is only reasonably passable. At , Jack Turner and Rosie Gray are assigned to pilot the Mecha Shark, a new prototype submarine that resembles the megalodon. The Virginia fires a torpedo that hits the shark. They create a second mechanical shark just because.