Has anyone, yet, had a chance to watch this glorious epic? It is truly a flawless work of art.
I know what you're thinking: It couldn't possibly pack the punch of the original, or surpass it in scope or magnitude. But you would be wrong. This isn't just a movie about sharks that get sucked up into a storm and then rain down upon humanity. That in itself would make it great. No, it's really a gripping testimony to the triumph of the human spirit, reminiscent of Schindler's List. It's a wondrous and surreal foray into our very souls.
Tara Reid gives a virtuoso performance that can only be classified as 'spellbinding'. And Ian Ziering proves once again why he is the greatest American actor since the prime of Marlon Brando.
I must suggest, however, that you watch it multiple times, as the story is so richly layered and intricately-woven that it couldn't possibly all be absorbed in one sitting.