Title: Sharknado

Time: About 2 hours with commericals

My Recommendation: It’ now Saturday and if you haven’t already I sincerely hope you plan on watching Sharknado this weekend. This movie is so bad it’s good. I can’t decide if it should be nominated for an Oscar or a Razzie, or both! The premise, as the name suggests, is a tornado sucks up sharks in the ocean and then sends them flying into people in LA. These sharks are everywhere and feeding on everyone! No one is safe from the sharks. This movie is definitely Tara Reid’s comeback, I just know somewhere in the world she is drowning in scripts. It also stars Ian Zering, yes Steve from 90210, as the “dad". They’re an odd couple and their kids look like they’re almost as old as them but who the hell cares when there’s sharks to kill with bar stools and surfboards?!  

-Horrible acting

-Horrible effects

-Wtf plot

10/10 would watch again!

My Favorite Scene: The scene in which Ian Zeiring’s character has a chainsaw and is eaten by a shark is just perfection


Holy god did I just witness this cinematic event or was it a dream? I swear there was a homage to Evil Dead when Fin had the chainsaw and shotgun together. I feel like I need to watch that thing again for all of the amazing stock footage and computer generated water/cars/sharks/seemingly everything. Can’t wait for the sequel Sharknado 2: Electric Boogaloo, make it happen sci fi,make it happen!!

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So its a tornado that rains down sharks.. The concept is brilliant the execution even better. Who would have thought we would have let Steve Sanders and Bunny Lebowski save the world from the horrors of a Tornado that rains down sharks.?? Defying any form of logic such as sharks need to continue to move to breath, so lets just wait a day for the water to recede. Or that a 1000lb shark can land on a chainsaw and die but Ian Zeiring doesn’t get his arm broken off inst the point. The point is that Sci Fi has truly out done themselves rolling up the worlds largest shit burrito and feeding it to an audience. The question is who is hungry?