Sharknado 2: The Second One (TV Movie 2014) Poster

(2014 TV Movie)


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  • Having survived last year's sharknado in Los Angeles and written a book about the experience, April Wexler (Tara Reid) and Finley "Fin" Shepard (Ian Ziering) are on a flight to New York City to attend a book signing when their airplane is caught in another sharknado, killing the pilots and forcing Fin to land the plane himself. When Fin attempts to warn New Yorkers about the sharknado, however, no one believes him. Once again, it is up to Fin, along with ex-girlfriend Skye (Vivica A. Fox), to save the city. Edit

  • Sharknado 2 is a sequel to Sharknado (2013) (2013), a made-for-television disaster film. The screenplay for Sharknado 2 was written by Thunder Levin. It was followed by Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! (2015) (2015), Sharknado 4: The 4th Awakens (2016) (2016), and Sharknado 5: Global Swarming (2017) (2017). Edit

  • Wil Wheaton, Kelly Osbourne, , Judah Friedlander, Daymond John and Vivica A. Fox are among the celebrity casualties. Edit

  • With just eight minutes left before the two tornadoes merge, Fin and Skye ascend to the top of the Empire State Building. Skye connects the Freon tanks while Fin battles falling sharks with his chain saw. April shows up to help, having attached an electric saw to her missing hand. As Fin begins to blow up the tanks, the connection suddenly detaches, forcing Skye to reattach and hold them together. The tanks explode, killing Skye and sucking Fin into the storm where he is gobbled up whole by a falling shark. He uses his chainsaw to cut himself out. The explosion successfully breaks up the tornadoes, and people on the ground start killing the falling sharks with shovels, machetes, chain saws, pitchforks, machine guns, pick axes, and flame throwers. Fin surfs on the back of a shark that gets impaled on the building tower. He climbs down to April and, while looking for a weapon, notices April's hand, still holding a gun and hanging out of one of the shark's mouths. He retrieves the dead hand, takes the ring off its finger, and asks April to marry him—again. She agrees. In the final scene, a delivery truck carrying fireworks explodes, shooting fireworks all over Manhattan. "I love New York," Fin comments. Edit

  • There is no real reason for anyone to go hunting for the Blu-ray disc release if they have the TV version anyway. However, the extensive bonus footage, which illustrates the enthusiasm of the producers nicely, can be recommended to anyone interested. Edit



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