Mega Shark vs. Mecha Shark

Mega Shark vs. Mecha Shark

When another Mega Shark returns from the depths of the sea, world militaries go on high alert. Ocean traffic grinds to a standstill as everyone lives in fear of the insatiable beast. Out of options, the US government unleashes the top secret Mecha Shark project -- a mechanical shark built to have the same exact characteristics as Mega. A pair of scientists pilot the mechanical creature as they fight Mega in a pitched battle to save the planet. But when faulty mechanics cause the Mecha to go after humans, the scientists must somehow guide Mega to Mecha in hopes that the two titans will kill each other - or risk untold worldwide destruction.

The film starring Christopher Judge, Elisabeth Röhm, Matt Lagan is directed by Emile Edwin Smith. Because a new shark wants to destroy planet so the government makes the same shark which is robot and can fight to protect the human. This is a deadly battle. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Lee M (br) wrote: Formosa Betrayed is a history lesson dressed up as an action movie. The lesson is pretty interesting; the movie is just the far-fetched plot it hangs on.

Howard F (mx) wrote: I wanted to like this film more, and I even had set my expectations low so I *could* like it as much as I wanted to. Yet, I gave it three stars--all for its craftsmanship--and no additional stars, because it lacked the beauty that I was watching for.While Holbrook's performance was astounding IMO (although I can't shake the sense that has has begun estrogen injections in the scenes with Dixie Carter--that might be the fault of the make-up artist), I suppose the one thing his character's development lacked was a sense of peace, which in the end seemed more like resignation. That alone was enough to make the movie less than memorable for me. The daughter was overly precocious, or perhaps not precocious enough for a 16-year-old. Ray McKinnon's character was villainous or tragic, I don't know which, but gave me no reason for empathic identification.The redeeming quality was direction and cinematography (and writing/dialogue wasn't bad, though it had two or three endings). The scene of the tenant's house burning recalled nicely the burning scene of 'Days of Heaven,' which I have lately been thinking about with Malick's new film coming out.Teems did a good job overall. I'm excited by his work. But this movie was a downer, and that's probably why it didn't do more in theaters.

Wes S (jp) wrote: I'll agree with the consensus that this b horror movie failed to deliver in many ways, still sometimes there's just a cheesy movie that comes along which I like for reasons I can't explain...just like with Tank Girl, don't ask me why i like it I just do.

Alex P (us) wrote: Love it. Kate Hudson is great ?

Nicola W (ag) wrote: Good film. Never trust anyone when money is concerned. Reminded me of Wild Things.

Matthew M (nl) wrote: Smith and Jones are a hilarious tandem in a sci-fi flick that manages to be as funny as it is thrilling.

Russell S (ca) wrote: Time to suspend your disbelief and take a wild and wonderful ride into a world of superbly blended cartoon animation and live action that is a joy from start to finish.

Grayson D (ag) wrote: Teaming West and Fields coudln't go wrong and it didn't but it's not quite as funny as the best films of either star.

Brandon S (jp) wrote: Call it a guilty pleasure if you like, but this is a sincerely directed film with phenomenal on-screen chemistry, and bone-crushing fight scenes that will make even the most non-combative of viewers stand up and cheer at the sign of broken teeth and spraying blood. Its wild, its bold, its unabashedly masculine, and its impressively realized with a kind of brash honesty that's difficult to come across.

Nick M (jp) wrote: It's pretty much on par with the previous installment except for the addition of Nathan Fillion

Nathan M (us) wrote: Or Immigrants Have All the Fun...So, I didn't know what to expect from this film. At first, I thought it was a thriller about a mysterious murder, than I thought it was an insightful drama about the perilous lives of undocumented immigrants, and then I thought it was just a romantic drama. In the end, it was probably all of those things, but the second was the most intriguing and rewarding. Director Stephen Frears once again manages to put the characters at the forefront of this tense, and often uncomfortable drama. Instead of just allowing his stylish imagery to set the tone or hoping the screenwriter can punish the characters enough for the audience to care, Frears allows enough soft, small character moments to help you fall in love with the characters as people. Frears has the benefit of fantastic performers in Ejiofor and Tautou to lead his film. Both are incredibly interesting and sympathetic, and you want to root for both of them. These characters feel like real human beings with wants and desires that make total sense. So when Frears begins his condemnation of how immigrants are treated in society, it doesn't just feel like sensational, or mere topical, storytelling. It feels like the natural continuation of these characters stories. It's a great film that will keep you on the edge of your seat, not always in tension, but in genuine concern for these characters.