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Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus 2009 123movies

Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus 2009 123movies

Winner... Eats... All!May. 19, 200990 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – A huge iceberg calves that holds a megalodon (mega shark) and a giant octopus frozen inside it. Deployment of a LFAS (low frequency automatic sonar) unit causes it to shatter. The two behemoths thaw and return to life. The shark terrorizes the California coast while the octopus creates havoc things near Japan. A group of three oceanographers put together a plan to draw the beasts into a trap with pheromones.
Plot: The California coast is terrorized by two enormous prehistoric sea creatures as they battle each other for supremacy of the sea.
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“It Rises!”
I’m sure that most of the people who have seen this film were suckered in by the trailer, which became an Internet viral-video smash earlier this year. How could you not want to see it after watching the clip of a gargantuan shark jumping out of the ocean and attacking an airliner? Giant Monster Movies have always brought out my inner 8 year old, and “Mega Shark Vs. Giant Octopus” was no exception. Is it a good movie? Of course not. But is it a fun movie? Oh, hell yes. For Z-grade direct to video aficionados like myself, this flick is manna from Heaven. I’ve read much about the notorious production house “The Asylum” (and its celebrated “mockbuster” ripoffs of more famous movies) over the past few months but this is the first film of theirs I’ve seen. I hate to admit it, but after seeing “Mega Shark” I am now curious enough to investigate some of their other works like “Transmorphers” or “The Terminators”. (I must be in dire need of medication.) As you’d expect from a movie made on a six-pack budget, “Mega Shark” is not exactly a feast for the eyes. The special effects are minimal (done mostly in cheap C.G.I.), and the title monsters tend to look like bathtub toys swimming around in dirty dishwater. The human cast isn’t much more interesting, although former ’80s teen queen Deborah (a.k.a. Debbie) Gibson seems to be having fun with her role as a crusading oceanographer who is pressed into government service (by perennial Direct To Video mainstay Lorenzo Lamas) to help rid the oceans of the two monstrous creatures. Teamed up with her former professor (played by an Irishman doing what appears to be a low-rent Sean Connery imitation) and a Japanese colleague (played by an Asian guy doing an equally low rent George Takei imitation), the three spout a near endless stream of unintentionally hilarious dialog (at least I hope it’s unintentional) to pad out run time between the too-short scenes of monstrous mayhem. Mega Shark devours a hunk of the Golden Gate Bridge in addition to his airliner snack, whilst Giant Octopus destroys an offshore oil rig, then the pair team up to destroy a few battleships and submarines full of overacting extras before they turn on each other in what is supposed to be a Battle Royale but in reality takes up approximately two minutes of film. A romantic sub-plot between Debbie and Japanese Scientist Guy is jammed in out of nowhere, apparently so that Debbie has someone to snuggle up with on the beach at the end of the film. Needless to say, I laughed my way through the entire movie. Now that I think about it, The Asylum probably should’ve teamed with Toho Productions to make this film — I can only imagine what the “Godzilla” special effects team could’ve done with this concept. Basically, if you’re a lover of bad monster cinema, you need to see “Mega Shark Vs. Giant Octopus” at least once. Otherwise, you’re better off sticking with watching the trailer over and over on YouTube. All the best parts of the movie are in it anyway.
Review By: MetalGeek Rating: 5 Date: 2009-08-10
Sublimely shoddy’n’silly celluloid schlock
Those fine folks at Asylum strike (out) again with yet another choice chunk of pure cheesy low-budget cinematic gold, this time relating the enjoyably absurd story of two enormous prehistoric creatures who get unfrozen from a huge iceberg in the Artic and proceed to terrorize the human race as they rampage throughout the sea. Can mankind figure out a way of stopping these destructive and dangerous behemoths before it’s too late? Boy, does writer/director Jake Perez totally fumble the ball with entertainingly inane results: Perez treats the gloriously ludicrous premise with jaw-dropping (and gut-busting) misguided seriousness, lets the meandering narrative unfold at an uneven stop’n’go pace, makes clumsy occasional use of a nausea-inducing shaky cam, fails to generate any real tension or momentum, and tosses in a sappy romance between two scientists for extra sentimental measure. Moreover, the acting by the cast is a decidedly mixed bag: Adorable 80’s teen pop sensation Deborah Gibson provides plenty of spunky charm as perky oceanographer Emma, Vic Chao contributes a likable turn as Emma’s Japanese colleague and love interest Seiji Shimada, Sean Lawlor overdoes his Irish brogue, but still manages to be quite engaging as hale’n’hearty professor Lamar, and the ever-wooden Lorenzo Lamas pours on the obnoxious smarm something unbearable as ramrod military macho man Allan. Unintentionally hilarious moments abound: The mega shark snatches a 747 airline in mid-flight (!) and destroys the Golden Gate Bridge, the giant octopus trashes an oil rig, and, best of all, when conventional weapons prove to be useless our protagonists come up with the brilliant idea of having the beasts kill each other in a major physical confrontation. The lousy CGI effects further add to this clunker’s considerable kitschy appeal. An absolute tacky riot.
Review By: Woodyanders Rating: 8 Date: 2012-04-22

Other Information:

Original Title Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus
Release Date 2009-05-19
Release Year 2009

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 28 min (88 min), 1 hr 30 min (90 min) (UK)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Action, Adventure, Comedy, Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Director Jack Perez
Writer Jack Perez (screenplay)
Actors Debbie Gibson, Lorenzo Lamas, Vic Chao, Jonathan Nation
Country USA
Awards N/A
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Stereo
Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1
Camera Sony HDW-F900
Laboratory Ascent Media, USA (post-production laboratory)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process HD 1080i
Printed Film Format Digital

Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus 2009 123movies
Original title Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus
TMDb Rating 3.9 183 votes

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