Sharknado 2: The Second One

Continuity mistake: When the 7 train comes to an emergency stop, the tiled wall beside the tracks read Grand Central, but on the platform the pillars read 96 Street.

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Revealing mistake: When the stewardess asks April to sign her copy of the book entitled "How to Survive a Sharknado and Other Unnatural Disasters..." it's a thin book, and in the closeup as April autographs the page we can read the text and it's actually one of the versions of the "Samsung Galaxy Tab...For Dummies" book, not April's book. Also notice when Kelly Ripa shows April's book to the audience, it's now at least 4x as thick.

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Continuity mistake: After Fin and the others exit the subway there's a baby shark stuck onto Fin's denim jacket which results in a large tear in the material, but that large tear in Fin's jacket vanishes and instead shows just a few small marks thereafter.

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Trivia: In Ben's taxi there's a rubber shark snout with teeth hanging from the rearview mirror. Ben is also the name of the fisherman in Jaws, whose decapitated head pops out underwater. Taxi driver Ben is even dressed similarly to the fisherman character in Jaws. In this movie taxi driver Ben is played by Judd Hirsch, who starred on the 70s-80s TV show Taxi, along with Christopher Lloyd and Danny DeVito.

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The Mayor: Listen, Fin, we need your help.
Fin Shepard: I just gotta get my family to safety.
The Mayor: Of course, of course. Whatever you need, you're the expert.
Fin Shepard: Well, last time that happened, it didn't go so well. As a matter of fact, Los Angeles didn't really appreciate it.
The Mayor: Well this is the Big Apple, Fin. When something bites us, we bite back.

Bryan: Don't mess with a Mets fan on the 7 train.

Ben: Holy sh... ark.

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