Sharknado 2: The Second One

Synopsis: Fin and April are on their way to New York City, until a category seven hurricane spawns heavy rain, storm surges, and deadly Sharknadoes.
Director(s): Anthony C. Ferrante
Production: NCM Fathom
Rotten Tomatoes:
95 min

Hot, cold, hot, cold, make up your mind!

- Maybe you should pull your skirt down.

- Ok you use to wear short

skirts before you got old.

You know, the weather is crazy

though. I hope it doesn't rain today.

Alright the ferry to

Liberty Island is on time,

the game hasn't been canceled,

there's nothing to worry about.

- Perfect. Alright, great so you guys have

- Yep.

a good time. Don't forget to meet us

at April and Fin's hotel for dinner, ok?

Please don't lose the address.

It's right here,

What if something happens to your phone?

That's what I got my boy for. Photographic

memory, keen sense of direction,

part blood hound from

your side of the family.

Alright. Yeah...

Oh and hey, Please don't hide

from my bother tonight, ok?

I don't hide from him, I just

don't think he's ever uh...

forgiving me for hooking up with...

Ok, gross! You cannot say that!

I think I recall me hooking up with you...


Either way, it was the

end of the dynamic duo.

And which one of you was the Boy Wonder?

I thought I was Batman.

Yeah, I love you. Bye.

Have fun you guys, Ok?

- See you guys later, be safe!

- Be good.

Come on, let's get there early, maybe

we can catch a little batting practice?

You think David Wright is

gonna hit a homer today?

Maybe, he's been roping them lately.

Do you remember what

you promised this time?

Alright alright, I'm turning

it off. No more work, alright?

All play all day. Me and

you. Let's go. Come on.

We have some new developments

right now on a 747 that made an

emergency landing at

JFK airport this morning.

It happened at 7:33.

We're told it was a Santa

Mira Airlines flight 209.

Reports that we're getting

say it hit turbulence

on it's decent, and that

a passenger actually aided

in the safe landing of that plane.

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