• Released
  • July 30, 2014
  • (In select theaters 8/21)
  • 1 hr 40 min
  • Horror
    Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Sharknado 2: The Second One Synopsis
A freak weather system turns its deadly fury on New York City, unleashing a Sharknado on the population and its most cherished, iconic sites - and only Fin and April can save the Big Apple.
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Movie Reviews

Best squeal ever!!!!!!

By vixen73
This movie was so awesome!!! The cameos and new reports were the best ever!!! I can't wait to see this movie again...it is a must see!!! I hope the third one is even better!!!...

Top Rate "B" Movie

By Niquey36
I loved all the celebrities in this movie. It was an amazing, action packed "B" Movie....

Gloriously bad!

By Robinest
Just sit down and enjoy for the fun of it. It's that good if you revel in the nonsense....

Truly deliciously awful :)

By kvel627
Cinema at its finest!...

What To Expect When You're Not Expecting

By jackcarlin
The First had enough over-the-top bite to send us through a sharknado of emotions (see what I did there), from fits of laughter to some seriously cringe moments, but a lot of that charm is lost due to...

Best crazy sequel ever

By aboondocksaint47
Yes Sharknado was so bad it had so many viewers and has grown quite the following. But this one topped it with even better cameos and bad writing and lots of fun stuff. It was only myself and an...

sharknado rocks

By killakubano
best syfy movie ever...

Sharkey goodness!

By kltmrm
Lives up to the first movie with a lot of cameos....

RIVETING, OSCAR WORTHY PERFORMANCE BY REID!

By mjudice79
This ensemble cast put together an award winning performance. You can just hear the Oscar buzz. Although the script and special effects were flawless, Tara Reid carries the cast with her all star...

Campy and Fun!

By lj2u
What I enjoy about these movies is that they are funny. The serious yet lighter side of horror....

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What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says OK for kids 15+ Ironic sci-fi howler packed with over-the-top gore.
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