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Sharknado (Movie Review)
Sharksnado is a made-for-TV disaster film about a waterspout that draws sharks out of the ocean and into Los Angeles. It first aired on the Syfy channel and was given a one-night only special midnight theatrical release.
The Asylum and Syfy have teamed up on a number of disaster movies in the past, but none have gotten quite as much attention as Sharknado. It’s a so-bad-it’s-good movie that doesn’t take itself seriously.
In this sci-fi horror film, a hurricane causes massive flooding on the coast of Southern California, and sharks are drawn into the storm. They attack anyone they can find, including Fin (Ian Ziering), a bar owner who lives on a beach in Santa Monica.
A cyclone then hits Los Angeles and floods the city with shark-infested water, causing Fin to rescue his estranged wife April and teenage daughter Claudia. The group then drives across the city, avoiding flooded highways.
As they drive, the sharks begin to attack them. They stop and help people out, but a great white shark attacks them.
They then decide to try and stop the incoming “sharknadoes” by tossing bombs into them from helicopters. We destroy two, but the third one reaches them.
In the first Sharksnado film, Fin Shepard (Ian Ziering) leads a group of friends and family in a quest to save his wife April Wexler (Tara Reid) and teenage daughter Claudia from a hurricane that lifts a swarm of sharks off the sea.
The film became a cult hit and spawned a series of sequels. As a result, Ian Ziering got an incredible amount of money for his performance.
With the third film, however, things started to change for the cast. According to Celebrity Net Worth, the Sharknado star took his salary up a few notches.
In addition to the increased pay, the actor also landed several perks for his work. One of the most significant was that he was given access to an exclusive sharknado-themed bar called the Sharknado Club. In this bar, members can buy tickets to a “sharknado party” where they get free drinks and other treats. This event, which happens once a year, is considered the official Sharknado reunion.
When the original Sharknado hit the big screen in 2013, it became a cult favorite. The ludicrous plot and implausible special effects quickly made it a viral sensation, spawning five sequels that have now grossed over $500 million worldwide.
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One of the most recent entries, Sharknado 5: Global Storming, will finally make its debut this Sunday. It’s a time-traveling adventure with dinosaurs, Nazis and Noah’s Ark thrown in for good measure.
The story follows Fin (Ian Ziering) as he travels through time to prevent a future Sharknado from causing a global catastrophe. Along the way, he meets allies who are pulled out of time by Gil (Thunder Levin) to stop potential Sharknados in Camelot, the War of Independence and Wild West.
The sixth and final installment will air on SyFy this Sunday at 8 p.m., and it will also be available to watch on-demand via iNDEMAND, Comcast’s Xfinity, Spectrum, Contour and Astound powered by RCN. This is the last shark-related film from B-movie powerhouse The Asylum and it’s a bonkers end to what has become a wildly successful franchise.
Sharknado is a fun B-movie that basks in the conventions of its genre. It doesn’t make any sense and has cheesy dialogue, but it’s a lot of fun.
The first Sharksnado movie was a cult favorite that spawned five sequels and one mockumentary. This fifth entry in the series has an improved plot, but it still lacks the charm of the previous films.
This movie starts with a freak tornado ripping out a bunch of man-eating sharks from the ocean and heading for Los Angeles. When bar owner Fin and his friends head to Santa Monica to save their estranged wife April and their daughter, they find more than they expected.
The Sharksnado are oversized and have the power to kill humans. Throughout the film, sharks float across the water, eat people, and attack a variety of locations in LA.