A rocket carrying nano robots crash lands shortly after takeoff into a zoo. The bots are released and find their way into a massive crocodile. The croc, now programmed to kill, will target anything and anyone for its next meal.
A tropical singles retreat takes a terrifying turn when guests realize a poisonous shark is infesting the surrounding water. Not only will it rip apart its victims, but it also uses projectile acid to hunt - in and out of the water.
In the near future, glacial melting has covered ninety-eight percent of Earth's landmass. Sharks have flourished, and now dominate the planet, operating as one massive school led by a mutated alpha shark.
An alien ship comes into earth orbit to drop a probe . The probe lands in the ocean only to be eaten by a Great White. Soon he turns into RoboShark much to the dismay of a Nuclear Sub in the area. Once finished he heads to Portland , (reality is Seattle) where he is already being tweeted of his actions , while RoboShark's actions are being followed by a news crew , while the daughter of the reporter he follows is the very same daughters whose tweet he is following. Now the US NAVY is after RoboShark while he burrows away through rock as well as water to the delight of his tweeters. Causing damage along the way only to have a final confrontation with the Navy at the iconic symbol of Seattle, the Space Needle.Written by
I understand actors need to earn a living, but their choices of media can sometimes serve to limit their futures. The actors appearing in this not even laughably bad video, in the words of the last Crusader, have all "chosen poorly." This is pure dreck, with only porky performances, poor effects and a tired story line ("we're gonna need a bigger bang"). This work can only be a financial play for some well-heeled backer wanting a tax break, but for all associated it is an utter embarrassment. So many of these direct to TV (not even video) movies keep appearing that makes one wonder if they're on to something, and this can provide an outlet for the welter of talent that's out there. It offends the audience, however, to squander the available talent and take so many struggling actors for granted by barely even pretending to turn in something better than execrable. Don't waste your time on this total disaster.
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