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I have never laughed so hard in my life. I don't know why this movie is not featured under the comedy section on Netflix. I knew it was geared up to be a terrible movie; however, I was not expecting graphics worse than my N64 with worse than elementary school children with little to no rehearsing. This movie left me speechless but not in the same way that Deep blue Sea left me speechless. Deep Blue Sea left me frightened by smarter sharks. 2-headed shark attack left me stunned that I completed viewing the film. I could go on all day but one thing actually bothered me more than anything. None of the characters are rattled at all that there is a shark with two heads. They're not happy it's a shark. They note that two heads means two sets of teeth. No one is concerned where this two headed monstrosity came from. Are there more? Is it a Frankenshark? We'll never know unless there is a sequel featuring more bundles of laughs.
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