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
 
IMDB:
4.1
Rotten Tomatoes:
59%
TV-14
Year:
2014
95 min
62 Views

Sir, here's your beverage.

Ok.

We're almost home.

Yeah.

I am so sorry to bother you Mr. Shepard.

But we're so excited to have you on board.

Would you mind signing your book for me?

Um, I didn't write that, April here did.

Um, would you mind?

The read is truly riveting.

I mean, what you did is just

incredible. You're a hero.

Thank you.

Really.

We're actually having a signing in New

York on Saturday if you'd like to come.

Really? You're inviting me?

Thank you so much! And again, we're

so honored to have you both on board.

Have a nice flight.

Fin, why aren't you

having more fun with this?

Come on, April.

Two of my friends were killed.

I almost destroyed Los Angeles.

And oh yeah...

I got eaten by a shark.

How much fun do you think that was?

I'm sorry, I...

No. I'm sorry.

It's just...

All this attention is crazy.

That never used to bother you before.

Yeah but this is...

It's different.

Well think of it like a vacation.

You're gonna go home and

you're gonna see your sister...

and your brother in law.

Why don't you two just work it out?

You know what? Right

now, I think I'd rather

just focus on the hot

slice of New York pizza.

I'm gonna wash my face.

- Are you ok? You sure?

- Yeah. I'm fine.

Yeah.

Are you sure you're ok?

I'll be alright.

This is Captain Bob Wilson,

we will be starting our decent into

New York shortly. I just want to say

thank you for flying Santa Mira Airlines.

It's a perfect way to fly.

What did you have?

The chicken.

Chicken? I was going to try the

fish but the chicken looked good.

Always Chicken on a plane.

Ladies and Gentlemen, as we

begin our final decent we expect

to hit a bit of turbulence so

please fasten your seat belts.

I like how you say a little bit.

This is a lot of bit.

- Oh this is not that much.

- Yeah?

We just want to make sure

everybody is going to stay in their seats

and not bounce around. No

lawsuits on my flights.

No sir.

Don't worry. This is

nothing. Oh I've flown worse.

Flight attendant! Flight attendant!

There's something on the wing.

There's something on the wing!

Did you see that?

What do you see?

I-I...

Mr. Shepard, you need to relax. Really.

You guys are just experiencing normal

turbulence. There's nothing to worry about.

Are you ok, Mr. Shepard?

You need to calm down.

I can't have you disturbing

the rest of the passengers.

You got it?

Ok.

Ok, I get it.

I'm good.

I'm alright.

Fin, what do you see?

It's happening again.

Whoa! Did you see that?

- It looks like a bird. No it's a bird.

- No it's a bat.

Guys. Guys. Sshh!

Flame on number 2 Captain.

I think we've been hit!

Mayday Mayday Mayday. It's flight

2-0-9. We've lost engine number 2.

Request emergency clearance into JFK.

We're descending rapidly to 20,000 feet.

Jonni check number 3.

It's running a little hot.

Yes.

What the?

I've never seen anything like this.

Flight 209. Please report

what is causing the disturbance.

Repeat, what is causing the disturbance.

Captain, we've gotta tell them something.

Tell'em what?

We're going to be okay.

We're going to be okay.

Check those galley panels.

Ok.

Fin!

Just hold on everybody! Hold on!

Just hold on!

Fin!

Just hold on!

Just hold on! I'm almost there!

This is flight 2-0-9! The pilots are dead!

I see the runway!

I'm putting down the landing

gear and heading for it!

Clear out the runway!

I'm coming in hot!

Shark! Shark!

Grab my gun!

Behind you!

My hand! My hand!

Oh, my God.

Oh man.

Welcome to New York.

This weather is driving me crazy!

One minute it's hot, the

next minute it's cold...

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