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It's not as odd as the first, and the plot holds together a bit better but it's still hard to follow and thin. More aged effects, hard acting, and a anything-goes ending. This sequel doesn't really do anything to expand from the first film.
It's a really strange, confusing movie. Awful computer effects, even for its age, and a lot of goofy moments. The plot is a mess, the casting is rather odd, and the tense scenes come out rather laughable. The movie is memorable enough but falls under it's own weight.
Way too long, the movie gets dull very soon, and while there are some action moments throughout, there isn't enough to hang on to the plot for a total two hours. The characters are bleak, the atmosphere is bleak, and the dialog is even more bleak. Forgettable film with a shallow style.
A rather cheap movie filled with recycled Full Moon props and merchandise, and a scene where the characters actually sit to watch one of Full Moon's movies. Excessive nudity and questionable characters, strung into a thin plot. The eye is fun, but it's far from FMs best monster. A shameful film with little appeal.
I found it more entertaining than the first. It's bigger obviously, and the Sharknado actually gets a bigger role. Plenty of action, jarred dialog, and many fun shark kills. The celebrity cameos were a hit or miss, but overall the movie ended up being fun enough to sit through. Probably The Asylum's best effort to date.