Sharknado 2: The Second One (2014)
While on a trip to New York, Sharknado survivors Fin and his ex-wife are faced with another Sharknado event. Now they must survive again and find a way to stop it before it takes a big bite out of the Big Apple.
As you can expect, the story of Sharknado 2: The Second One is pretty simplistic. The two main leads from the original Sharknado go to New York for a book signing and pretty much "Shark happens". It's as simple as you can get. The action, as with a lot of Asylum's B-Movie madness, starts right from the first scene, with them on a plane and sharks attacking their plane in midair, and hardly lets up for the duration of the movie. From there the panic about further Sharknado events starts and the movie truly begins.
The CGI is about as average as you can expect for this type of fair, especially if you've already seen the first movie. They look decent by Asylum and B-Movie standards but you can still tell it's a poor quickly-rushed CGI job, especially where the sharks themselves are concerned. And trust me, there are a lot of CGI sharks. And CGI tornadoes. But then again people don't really tune into B-Movies, especially ones titled Sharknado, expecting big budget theatrical style CGI, and it is better than I've seen in other similar type movies.
On the flip side, the action is actually really well-done and quite exciting. From sharks attacking a passenger plane, to sharks in a subway attacking an underground train tram, to sharks flooding into a newsroom and chomping down on the anchors, the action hits the street running right from the onset and never lets up, easily pulling you into the zany wild unrelenting cheesefest that is this movie, and making sure there's something there for everyone to have fun with so that nobody gets bored.
Overall, Sharknado 2: The Second One does indeed make sure that Sharknadoes strike twice, with this bigger than the first action epic that chomps down and makes sure to never let go, adding in what I can only assume is more sharks, more tornadoes, more cheese, more insanity, and more fun.