The only scene I liked in this film was when the two teenagers see the Behemoths eye. That's the only good part because it built up tension and made me want to see what the Behemoth would look like.
Sadly, the reveal of the Behemoth was uninspired. For one, it looked more like a genetic mutation than an ancient beast.
The whole film is also nothing different than most SyFy movies. It has the one guy who always says the monster is man's comeuppance, it has a few deaths, the monster isn't revealed until late in the story and the final battle is very anti-climatic.
The creature is considered so huge that it's wrapped around the earth and its head is the size of a mountain, and yet it only takes one shot from a portable nuke to kill it. Also the main hero has trouble thinking of where to shoot the beast until his sister tells him the story of a god who was killed by an arrow shot in its mouth, piercing its heart, giving the hero the idea to shoot the nuke in the Behemoth's mouth.
Seriously, the hero needed to hear a myth to give him that idea? You don't need a myth to give you that idea. You need common sense. If you're going to kill something that big, the best idea is shoot the missile in the mouth where it'd do the most damage.
A truly bad movie, and destroyed any hope I had for the Maneater Series after they made a giant squid movie I didn't like.moreless