A provocative ad campaign featuring sad-faced teen boys with swollen pregnant bellies spilling over their pants is turning a lot of heads on the streets of Chicago. The photographs, which were digitally altered to make the boys look like they’re expecting, run with the tagline, “Unexpected?
The Chicago Department of Public Health’s Office of Adolescent and School Health intentionally created the shocking campaign to increase awareness around the Windy City’s teen pregnancy rates.
The ads that started popping up on the sides of buses and trains in May are also meant to send the message that pregnancy and parenthood are more than just a woman’s responsibility. The ads have people in Chicago talking and have caught the attention of national media, but will they actually lower teen birth rates? Here’s a look at more ad campaigns that used shocking images of babies and kids to make a point.
Before I begin to review this little gem of a movie, allow me to start by saying that the most unbelievable thing about the entire plot was, surprisingly, not the two-headed mutant shark. Now that that’s out of the way, allow me to begin my review of 2-Headed Shark Attack (2012).
Prior to starting this flick, I took a look at the reviews on Netflix and I must say, they weren’t good.

The premise of the movie is that a bunch of college kids have signed up for a “semester at sea” on a boat not big enough to sleep in, let alone study and spend a semester in. A whole bunch of deaths and a horribly overacted (by Charlie O’Connell) leg injury later, Brooke Hogan fixes everything.
Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. While teen pregnancies are down 33 percent in Chicago, they’re still 1.5 times higher than the national average. Similar images of depressed-looking pregnant teen boys were used in a Milwaukee ad campaign and credited with reducing teen pregnancy rates by 10 percent, according to the Daily News.
The best review gave it minus two stars, but what I don’t understand is, what were these reviewers expecting, upon seeing a movie titled 2-Headed Shark Attack?
The boat breaks down and they’re forced to stop the boat and terribly mimic underwater welding to fix it. She, apparently, has been trained in welding, boating, mechanics, shark-fighting, lip-pouting, sassy-insulting, and, of course, really, really bad acting. They will NEVER get strength from seeing you weak, power from seeing you hurt, or joy from seeing you cry.

Did they figure they were watching a blockbuster, mutli-million dollar movie with Academy Award potential? And by “terribly mimic,” I mean wave a MIG gun (which, incidentally, can’t actually be used for underwater welding) erratically three feet from the actual boat.
The underwater welder gets eaten (she’s the one I mentioned earlier who was DPed by both mouths), and the boat continues to take on water. You know, the ones your mom always told you to be nice to because they were “special,” but to you, special only meant that they drooled a lot, and often smelled funny. The students are forced to take a life boat to a nearby island (excuse me, I mean an atoll) and await help, but then, GASP, the atoll starts sinking too!
In an aerial act so good it could have been part of Cirque du Soleil, the shark flips the guy up into the air with his tail, dives into the deep, and then takes a flying leap out of the water to catch the falling guy in its mouths, before he hits.

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