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Plot: When a freak hurricane swamps Los Angeles, nature's deadliest killer rules sea, land, and air as thousands of sharks terrorize the waterlogged populace. Runtime: 86 mins Release Date: 10 Jul 2013
Like Finding Nemo but with all sharks...and tornadoes. (by halen13420)
For anyone who hasn't seen the SyFy original movie, Sharknado; it's a heart-warming, coming of age story about a ragtag group of sharks uprooted from their home by mother nature's fury. The sharks must band together and overcome adversity and strife while trying, desperately, to make their way back to the only home they've ever known. Battling chainsaw wielding humans and B-list actors trying, desperately, to throw themselves into the displaced sharks' mouths every chance they get. If you love sharks and tornadoes, well...now you don't have to choose! Do yourself a <more>
favor and see this one before the Oscars! Sharknado is, truly, the cinematic experience of a lifetime.
21 minutes into the movie and already a Jaws reference. My friend suggested The Avengers, or the Dark Knight. I said no, we're watching Sharknado. The best decision I've ever made in my life. The acting done by Tara Reid is amazing I feel like I was actually living her shark filled life story. The amazing CGI gave me nightmares, filled with sharks, tornadoes, and former adult film actresses. The movie was directed by Michael Bay's protégé, the lens flairs were amazing and blinded me with beauty. I truly feel that if someone ever breaks into my home, I will not grab my firearm, I <more>
will grab a trusty bar stool. The perfect weapon for any weapon need, from repelling flying sharks, to casual home usage. Never leave your trusty bar stool at home.
It started out as some drug dealing people or something, I wasn't really paying attention, and the Asian guy was like pew pew, and the other guy was like pew pew, and the sharks were like nm nm, and the crewmen were like AAAAAAAAAAAH! Then the sharks came on land and were like om nm nm!! And they were eating everyone and this reporter got eaten by a flying shark and then BAM! SHARK TORNADO! Oh yea, a bartender lady killed a shark with a cue stick somehow. And the sharks were flying and eating stuff and this guy got eaten but chainsawed his way out and VRRRRRM! He found some lady in there <more>
and they dropped bombs in the tornado cause yo lo and stuff. The shotgunned flying sharks, it was the best movie. Ever. I recommend it to everyone ever.
Cheesy goodness as always from the channel (by kannibalcorpsegrinder)
When a massive storm washes over California and brings a swarm of sharks from the deep up to the surface and into the crowded cities, a group of survivors try to navigate the blood-stained streets to stop the ravenous creatures and end the nightmare.This here was a really fun and enjoyable effort that really got a lot right. One of the biggest pluses here is the fact that there's an incredibly novel method of continuously getting a ton of action into the effort. The concept of the film where the wind and rain of a tornado drop the sharks deep into the heart of the city, gives this plenty <more>
to like as there's a unique setup at play here taking sharks away from the water where they're known to live and placing them on dry land letting the ferocity and intensity of their attacks take place in a new locale. This is a fun idea, and the images of them floundering away at the hapless citizens makes for quite a bit of fun with several key sequences that are an absolute blast to watch. The first attack on the beach where the surfers are attacked in the beach come off really nicely with the panic in the surf followed by the scenes of them dropping on the beach patrons which is plenty of fun. The ensuing escape into the streets with the crowded freeway being flooded and then overrun with sharks provides even more fun, and with the rescue attempts featured throughout here the action is enhanced even more along with the attack at the house which is plenty of fun with sharks crashing through causing the destruction of the house. There's more fun with the later rescue attempts and the different plans to shut it down offering some big action here as they go for the ridiculous concepts rather nicely. The finale is also quite a bit of fun to get through that has a rather fun vibe to it that makes for a strong overall finish to this, and with the action scenes of the hurricane touching down early on that causes widespread destruction along the way as well as the plentiful gore along the way provides this with plenty to like. The CGI is a mess, as always, which really amounts to the only flaw here as well as the constant and irritating size discrepancies that pop up from time-to-time as well due to the fact that the different species of sharks utilized tend to vary as well within the sequence, and when inserts featuring animatronic props or real-live sharks are put into play it's a little distracting. Overall, though, there's a lot to like with this one.Rated R: Graphic Violence and Language.
One of the greatest television movies of all time. (by UberJ)
Sharknado is a film about Sharks that hitch a ride on a tornado and terrorize Las Angeles. Maybe it's the next step in shark evolution I don't know as it wasn't explained in the film. Great directing by Anthony C. Ferrante who's works include Boo, Scream of the Banshee and Headless Horseman. Strong acting overall especially by two time Razzie nominated actress Tara Reid.The special effects are amazing. It was breathtaking to see sharks and tornadoes work so well together, it's like the horror of a shark attack and the helplessness of a tornado times a thousand. Also, I <more>
really like how the sharks roar and the people scream after their deaths.Must watch. Don't be turned off by troll comments!
How can a movie become an "instant classic" of any sort? Watch this movie and learn! I didn't watch it the first time it aired- simply because it seemed too ridiculous to bother. However, after seeing how it hit the internet like wildfire after it was shown- I knew I had to give it a view. As a fan of movies that are "so terrible that they are good"- "Sharknado" oddly hit the mark- kind of like those sharks hitting their victims with pin-point accuracy after being flung out of a tornado that just couldn't seem to kill them- it was simply, <more>
"amazing"! It's a Science Fiction movie in the sense that you have to suspend ALL belief that anything in this movie could seriously ever happen. This, and the thought they were trying to actually scare you rather than make you laugh! So, if you view this movie while keeping all of this in mind, I suspect you will enjoy a laugh fest that you won't soon forget! I know I didn't!
Gloriously Incompetent and Gleefully Terrible (by flixspix)
And yet with a group of pals you would be hard pressed to find a better time. Absolutely nothing make sense. Physics and natural laws are ignored. Horrible CGI and cringe-worthy dialog. Outrageous continuity exceeded only by horrible color correction and clunky editing. The all together wooden acting no doubt achieved in single takes is sincere, earnest and fails on levels that should win awards. And you can't stop watching. My friends, yelled, laughed, joked, stomped, laughed some more and had a fine time. Now how many times can you say that watching a movie? It literally becomes an <more>
interactive experience. It is surely a classic. Not sure exactly what kind. But it is a classic.
Acting... sub-par. CGI... laughable. This movie is so bad that it keep you laughing hysterically until the end. Physics, science, and common sense are all out the window though so don't expect it to make sense. Why? Because SyFy. One of the most curious things is what type of storm we're experiencing. Is it a hurricane? A tornado? A monsoon? Or just Superman? Maybe its all of the above. The cast is surprising though. Steve Ian Ziering from 90210 and Tara Reid may be better off turning their resume in to a temp agency at this point, but they do the best they can with campy dialogue. <more>
If there is a sequel, I hope it is called Sharknado v. Squidphoon.
A prime piece of delightfully ridiculous schlock (by Woodyanders)
As the hysterically moronic premise alone suggests a freak hurricane enables a slew of vicious man-eating sharks to terrorize Los Angeles , this jaw-dropping slice of inspired celluloid idiocy isn't meant to be taken seriously for a minute. Indeed, director Anthony C. Ferrante and writer Thunder Levin go whole hog on the intrinsic absurdity of the story: Sharks not only rain down from the sky and eat folks how they somehow manage to continue breathing out of the water is never addressed, but then again logic and credibility sure ain't this picture's strongest suits , but people <more>
also fend off said sharks with shotguns, chainsaws, homemade bombs, pool cues, and even a bar stool ! . Better still, this movie gleefully wallows in its own cheerful self-aware stupidity and offers a few cool nods to "Jaws." The game cast are to be commended for their earnest acting: Ian Ziering cranks the two-fisted machismo to ten as rugged suffer Fin Shepard, a haggard-looking Tara Reid frets with all the wooden aplomb of a department store mannequin as Fin's snippy ex-wife April, John Heard makes the most out of his regrettably small role as lovable old drunken coot George, Cassie Scerbo delivers a winningly perky performance as feisty barmaid Nova Clarke, Jaason Simmons contributes a likable turn as Fin's loyal buddy Baz Hogan, and Aubrey Peeples provides a winning surplus of sass and spirit as Fin's spunky daughter Claudia. The wonderfully lousy far from special CGI effects, gobs of tacky gore, the laughably shoddy green screen work, the terrible editing, and the sheer cheeky daftness of the whole thing all further enhance this honey's considerable campy charm. An absolute kitschy hoot.