Mega Shark vs. Kolossus


Action / Horror / Sci-Fi / Thriller

IMDb Rating 2.7 10 1152


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Illeana Douglas as Dr. Alison Gray
Clare Grant as Clare
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697.19 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 29 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Paul Magne Haakonsen 5 / 10

Everybit as expected...

Another "Mega Shark" movie, and with the entire series being questionable and cheesy, then there is still something alluring about creature features that involve sharks. So naturally I did sit down to watch "Mega Shark vs. Kolossus" as I had the chance to do so.

As for the cast that starred in the movie, well I can't really claim to be familiar with anyone who was in the movie, aside from Illeana Douglas . Now, that is definitely not a bad thing for me, because I do enjoy watching new faces and talents in movies. And people were actually doing good jobs with their given roles and characters, given the cheesy and campy concept of the movie.

The story in "Mega Shark vs. Kolossus" was as to be expected, and you know what you are getting yourself into here if you have seen any of the other movies in the series. If you are new to the series of "Mega Shark" movies, then do not take the movie too seriously, because it is definitely rather outrageous in concept and idea.

It should be said that the effects in this particular movie were actually quite good, and might very well range among the better of CGI and special effects seen in the "Mega Shark" movie series so far. However, I just can't grasp the concept of having sharks growl. Sure, because a silent killer is not as menacing as one making sound. But come on, a growling shark just makes it seem ridiculous.

Now, the concept idea of a massive kolossus doomsday machine was just a bit too far out there. But it did fit in well enough with the rest of the campy concept of the movie in a way.

While "Mega Shark vs. Kolossus" is not a movie experience of Shakespearian proportions, then it is still entertaining enough for what it turned out to be. If you enjoy these cheesy and campy shark creature features, then "Mega Shark vs. Kolossus" should prove entertaining for you.

Reviewed by Michael O'Keefe 5 / 10

A new Mega Shark appears.

This is the fourth installment of the Mega Shark franchise. A simple story line finds the world still in torment after earlier shark attacks. As American scientists argue with the military about letting sleeping sharks lie; an enormous Cold War robot named Kolossus accidentally is awakened in Russia. Fortunately or unfortunately, a new Mega Shark appears and global chaos ensues. What is to stop Russia's doomsday mechanism from dueling with the monster shark? Creature and Sci-Fi violence sustains enough action to keep most happy. Christopher Ray directs. The cast includes: Brody Hutzler, Illeana Douglas, Adam Dunnells, Amy Rider, Ernest Thompson, Jeff Hatch and screenwriter Edward DeRuiter.

Reviewed by tkmdelorey 3 / 10

Typical Asylum studio fare.

I love the way that Asylum actively promotes recycling by throwing in random clips from U.S. Navy stock footage regardless of whether this or that particular ship has previously been used in this movie. This one has clips of an Iowa-class battleship firing its big guns that I am pretty sure were used in American Warships, as well as the mandatory sinking of a U.S. aircraft carrier using the same special effect that was previously used in American Warships and Age of Ice. We also have the obligatory black actor as the senior Naval officer. No problem there, but will somebody please tell Asylum that Admirals do not tool around in destroyers, and that if you are going to film the Admiral on the bridge in open sea, it would be good not to have trees and land visible out the non-military window of the bridge they are filming on. Three stars for the three drinks you will need to get through this one.

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