A former surfer who now owns a beach bar teams up with his bartender and some regulars to rescue his family when a tornado passing over the ocean rains sharks on LA
Sharknado 2 (the second one):
The surfer and his family fight off a second, larger sharknado on a visit to NYC. His wife loses a hand, but saves the day by strapping a chainsaw to her stump.
Sharknado 3 (oh hell no):
After being honored by the President with the Golden Chainsaw Award, the surfer must stop a massive sharknado from ravaging the Eastern Seaboard, by teaming up with his astronaut dad to shoot it with lasers from space. His wife, who now has a retractable chainsaw built into her prosthetic, gives birth to their third child while inside a shark plummeting to Earth from orbit.
Sharknado the Fourth Awakens:
It's the future, and science can control the weather. Unfortunately sharknados have evolved past that, and proceed to mutate into bouldernados, lavanados, nuclearnados, and more. The surfer's wife is now a cyborg, courtesy of her mad scientist dad. The climax involves a chainsaw-wielding five-year-old, Niagara Falls, a mech suit, and a blue whale.
Sharknado 5 (global swarming):
The bartender is now the leader of a cult which discovered a talisman capable of summoning sharknados. The Sidney Opera House is actually a Sharknado Defense System, as are the Great Pyramids of Giza. The surfer and his cyborg wife chase a teleporting sharknado around the world in the hopes of rescuing their son. Pope Fabio gives the surfer a Holy Chainsaw that shoots Divine Lasers.
Sharknados can allow people to time travel.
the neon aesthetic: only god forgives, the neon demon, under the skin, drive, heaven knows what, blade runner, suspiria, christine, lost river, maniac, nerve, lost in translation
art house horror: babadook, the witch, goodnight mommy, alien, trance, green room, girl walks home alone at night, come and see, the invitation
LGBT movies with happy endings: carol, life partners, saving face, radiant sea, jongens (boys), four moons, xenia, the happy sad, the way he looks, kiss me, viva, when the night is falling, the incredibly true adventures of two girls in love, boy meets girl, la vie en rose
movies that made me terrified of small children: children of the corn, the shining, the exorcist, eden lake, the others, the uninvited, pet semetary
coming of age documentaries: Ömheten, all this panic, they call us monsters, beyond clueless, boyhood,
parisian romance vibes: amelie, la vie en rose, frances ha, les amants du pont-neuf, midnight in paris, hotel chevalier, love, paris je t’aime
sex-positive female protagonist: diary of a teenage girl, trainwreck, starlet, easy a
movies generally considered The Worst: the room, resident evil, sharknado, rubber, troll 2, suicide squad, sausage party, minions
the wes anderson style: submarine, me earl and the dying girl, beginners, little miss sunshine,
the boring filmbro™ canon: fight club, pulp fiction, inglorious bastards, shawshank redemption, inception, big lebowski, heat, clockwork orange, 2001 space odyssey
sex! a lot of it!: keep the lights on, shame, the dreamers, ‘Få meg på, for faen’ (turn me on, goddammit), shortbus
animated movies that will make you cry: the little prince, up, the grave of fireflies, bambi, toy story 3
art documentaries: finding vivian maier, iris, the artist is present, eva hesse, man on wire, cutie and the boxer, how to draw and bunny, just like being there