A 'mockumentary' about David Moore, the filmmaker who first dreamed of "sharks in a tornado" and brought on disaster by using real sharks. The first SHARKNADO was to be a movie never seen, ... See full summary »
Survivors escape to a deserted atoll, after their boat during a Semester at Sea ship is sunk by a mutated two-headed shark. But when the atoll starts flooding, no one is safe from the double jaws of the monster.
A tropical singles retreat takes a terrifying turn when guests realize a poisonous shark is infesting the surrounding water. Not only will it rip apart its victims, but it also uses projectile acid to hunt - in and out of the water.
When Fin and April go to Florida for the summer vacation, strong winds and lots of rain comes to Florida and a Sharknado comes and destroyes Florida. The Sharknado goes to Washington D.C. and sharks falling from the sky. It's up to Fin and April to stop the Sharknado the third time.
Easily the dumbest movie of the year. Does it mean it's good? Well, Not as good as 1 and 2.
This is a franchise that since it being brought up in the drawing room knew what it was going to be. It's like Sharktopus in the sense that it's deliberately trying to be a bad movie in the same vein as The Room or Troll 2 and while they haven't quite succeeded (in the sense that those movies work best when it's an accident) these movies can sometimes be a hoot. This movie isn't as funny, one of them is that this has celebrity cameos galore, while taking advantage of almost none of them. I admit having Jerry Springer eaten thinking it was Jaws at the universal studios theme park was good but Penn and Teller just enter and leave and I don't have a clue what they were trying with George R. R. Martin (and... He's in Sharknado? Of all the things!) there are many more. Oh and like the second one it amps things up to 11 but that is quickly shot down with... I guess, endearing moments, I seriously don't know whether it's satire or not but if it isn't... This is Sharknado, people! If there was anything in high demand from it's fan base it's not endearing moments. No, it's moments like the one where inside a shark in space Finn burns up on re-entry inside it's gut and survives both being inside the digestive system but re-entry. Give me more of that!... Oh and by the way since they're in space, you can say this franchise has in fact quite literally, jumped the shark!
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