Xarlaxas wrote:I'm still waiting for the results of two more of my exams. ;-;
I'm still waiting to take two more of my exams. Halp.
And never fear, MSvGO fans - the fun may not stop here. In an interview with MTV Movies Gibson had this to say:
“I haven’t seen the final edit, but we did do a version that leaves the door open for a potential sequel,” Gibson revealed. “Because God knows what else is in the ocean. I thought maybe a seahorse? Maybe a 500-foot lobster would be good. But yes, there is the potential for a sequel, and I would absolutely love it.”
Say what? Giant Seahorse + Giant Lobster = me spending $35 for the Blu-ray version. What other giant sea creatures could be lurking in the unknown depths of the big blue?
Ace Rimmer wrote:I don't think anybody expected it to be "great".
jelco wrote:Ace Rimmer wrote:I don't think anybody expected it to be "great".
...huh? Which post did you read? I didn't use the word "great" nor did I say anything else to the same effect. I didn't criticize it either, I just said it was fun in a ridiculous kind of way (which isn't appealing to everyone).
jelco wrote:Mega Shark vs Giant Octopus has some of the most humorously bad acting I've seen in a long time. Good thing is that the music occasionally shows that the creators are perfectly aware of the ridiculousness of some scenes so it makes the movie watchable. Note: If you're allergic to stupid fake pseudo-science, do not watch this movie.
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