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* LeaveTheCameraRunning: The actors make ''several'' flubs, but James Nguyen ''refuses'' to do a second take.


* CerberusRetcon: Despite not actually eating the meal in question in the last film, Susan's fate was retconned to have died of disease sometime after the first movie from the fish Rod prepared. The reason for this line is that Nyguen asked that the actor who played Tony, Colton Osborne, to adlib a line into the Museum Scene detailing her whereabouts.

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* CerberusRetcon: CerebusRetcon: Despite not actually eating the meal in question in the last film, Susan's fate was retconned to have died of disease sometime after the first movie from the fish Rod prepared. The reason for this line is that Nyguen asked that the actor who played Tony, Colton Osborne, to adlib a line into the Museum Scene detailing her whereabouts.

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* CerberusRetcon: Despite not actually eating the meal in question in the last film, Susan's fate was retconned to have died of disease sometime after the first movie from the fish Rod prepared. The reason for this line is that Nyguen asked that the actor who played Tony, Colton Osborne, to adlib a line into the Museum Scene detailing her whereabouts.


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* TheBusCameBack: Just about every survivor except for Susan makes a return in this movie.


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** Rod certainly tries to fit this bill, his actor even trained for the filming of this movie.


* AddedAlliterativeAppeal: The "giant jumbo jellyfish", which is never referred to as anything else.

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* AddedAlliterativeAppeal: AlliterativeName: The "giant jumbo jellyfish", which is never referred to as anything else.


* AscendedFridgeHorror: This movie reveals that the little girl Susan actually '''died''' from eating the unprepared fish Rod cooked in the first movie.

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* AscendedFridgeHorror: This movie reveals that the little girl Susan actually '''died''' from eating the unprepared fish Rod cooked in the first movie. (Except she'd refused to eat it.)


** The same probably goes for the executives who can't comprehend a script not having [[{{Fanservice}} topless women and sex scenes.]]

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** The same probably goes for the executives who can't comprehend a script not having [[{{Fanservice}} topless women and sex scenes.]]scenes]].



* ConspicuousCGI: While the birds from the first movie were Conspicuous Clip-Art, the new ones are this instead (as well as the "giant jumbo jellyfish.")

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* ConspicuousCGI: ConspicuousCG: While the birds from the first movie were Conspicuous Clip-Art, the new ones are this instead (as well as the "giant jumbo jellyfish.")jellyfish").



* FanService: Gloria in her underwear. Also the scene where the topless women are acting for a film before being killed by the birds.

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* FanService: {{Fanservice}}: Gloria in her underwear. Also the scene where the topless women are acting for a film before being killed by the birds.



* NoEnding: [[spoiler:The scriptwriter dies and the birds fly away. Kind of doubles as a DownerEnding too, as the first one ended on the hope of a better future and the survivors being saved; this one just ends after a death and everyone looking sad ([[DullSurprise or bored, it's hard to tell which]])]].

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* NoEnding: [[spoiler:The scriptwriter dies and the birds fly away. Kind of doubles as a DownerEnding too, as the first one ended on the hope of a better future and the survivors being saved; this one just ends after a death and everyone looking sad ([[DullSurprise or bored, it's hard to tell which]])]].which]]).]]



* TrailersAlwaysSpoil: The trailer shows that zombies are in this film, and semi-gives away that [[spoiler:the scriptwriter dies.]]

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* TrailersAlwaysSpoil: The trailer shows that zombies are in this film, and semi-gives away that [[spoiler:the scriptwriter dies.]]dies]].

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* LampshadeHanging: With the Film being much more Self Aware, almost like it is a parody of itself, when Rod asks Nathile for a Gun, she points out that Rod is a terrible shot; likely to explain how in both Birdemic Films, the Characters are barely able to hit a large number of Birds at point blank range?


* RecycledScript: The lines, which Gloria & Nathalie read, for Sunset Dreams, are lines taken James Nguyen's other Film; ''Julie & Jack''...however...the lines that the females are reading are...Jack's lines?


* RecycledScript: The lines, which Gloria & Nathalie read, for Sunset Dreams, are lines taken James other Film; ''Julie & Jack''...however...the lines that the females are reading are...Jack's lines?

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* RecycledScript: The lines, which Gloria & Nathalie read, for Sunset Dreams, are lines taken James Nguyen's other Film; ''Julie & Jack''...however...the lines that the females are reading are...Jack's lines?

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* RecycledScript: The lines, which Gloria & Nathalie read, for Sunset Dreams, are lines taken James other Film; ''Julie & Jack''...however...the lines that the females are reading are...Jack's lines?

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***A couple throwaway lines indicate the first movie's events were largely confined to Half Moon Bay (and [[VoodooShark somehow never gained national attention]]).

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* AddedAlliterativeAppeal: The "giant jumbo jellyfish", which is never referred to as anything else.


* AuthorAvatar: The suspiciously-familiar Asian screenwriter who spends half the movie talking about his dream to make a movie about killer birds attacking Hollywood. [[spoiler: The film abruptly ends when he dies.]]

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* AuthorAvatar: The suspiciously-familiar Asian screenwriter who spends half the movie talking about his dream to make a movie about killer birds attacking Hollywood. [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The film abruptly ends when he dies.]]

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''WebVideo/IHateEverything'' [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nka-RXEG5PI reviewed]] it memorably.

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* SerialEscalation: Done in the most awkward way possible with zombies and cavemen attacking.

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