Mega Shark vs Giant Octopus

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  1. Thales

    Thales Colossal Squid Staff Member Moderator

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    On right now. Best movie ever.
     
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    Architeuthoceras Architeuthis Staff Member Moderator

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    I was just channel surfing and saw a shark snag a 747 right out of the sky, laughed so hard I knocked the lamp over and busted the TV, I guess I'll miss the rest.:cry:
     
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    Well just darn, I will have to ask Neal if he saw it in the list of coming attractions and DVRed it.
     
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    I bought the movie (it was available on DVD before it "premiered" on SyFy) and loaned it to a couple of co-workers. We enjoy pretending to mix colored liquids together while making our best "I'm doing science" faces.

    Obvious errors (besides the movie's entire premise, too easy)- close-ups of Debbie "Deborah" Gibson's hands while piloting the sub in the beginning show black nail polish. Shots from further back show she's not wearing any. Also, the close-up hands are veiny to the point of resembling Madonna's.

    Anyone spot any others?

    For more sea-life science massacres, I recommend "Meg: Hell's Aquarium." Here be the trailer for the book:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3DvINJKPkEQ

    Please, someone make this into a movie... Pretty please? [For those unfamiliar, the Meg series chronicles the discovery and captive holding of live Megalodons.]
     
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    ohh my god ... i just saw a Trailer on this French website ... http://www.ecranlarge.com/article-details-11888.php

    if you can read French or translate it to english : I suggest you going to www.nanarland.com ( but pictures are enough too understand, but text is also excellent)

    This site is talking exclusively about this kind of movies ( z movies but brillant or not etc ...including of course numerous shark octopuses, or sea monsters ) .
     

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