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I have to admit that I did get a good laugh when watching Mega Shark vs Crocosaurus. And it wasn't because it was hysterically funny. It's because it is so awful. I will give credit and say SyFy have done worse with the likes of Quantum Apocalypse, Camel Spiders, Battle of Los Angeles, Mega Piranha, Dinocroc vs Supergator, Titanic II and 2010:Moby Dick.
That is not saying much though. The soundtrack is okay if not great and the scenery is serviceable, but that's all good I can say really. The special effects do look really cheap, as though they had been constructed in a rush. The editing is also slapdash. What's even more sad is that neither the shark or the crocodile have any menace to them.
Even worse is the dialogue. SyFy movies are notorious for awful dialogue that are ridden with clichés and banality, and Mega Shark vs Crocosaurus is no exception. The story is really daft and unengaging, with plot holes and scenes that don't make sense galore. The characters are underdeveloped, the direction is sloppy and the acting is poor with the actors trying to bring a comedic element to the film and for some a sense of youthfulness, but seeing as the material is so bad it doesn't work. Jaleel White is the worst, he is not only miscast but awful.
All in all, a bad SyFy movie, but not the worst. 2/10 Bethany Cox
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