Written September 30, 2016
Hands down the funniest shark attack movie ever made. For those to worried to go into the water, Sharknado brings the sharks to you. They are in the streets, in your car, and in your homes. They cannot be escaped. Add to that some of best shark and tornado related science an 18 day movie budget can buy and you have an amazingly hilarious cinematic prediction of what Global Warming could hold for Los Angeles.
Written August 30, 2016
OMG this movie is so awful that it is absolutely AWESOME!!! It was packed with instant classic scenes/lines that will be repeated for years to come. I laughed so loud that I made my friends a little deaf. Even better, come in Shark costumes. I went with a Shark Bite hat and I plan on attending the sequel with a full on bloody full body shark suit!!!
Written May 05, 2016
Attended the midnight showing with my ten year old son. I would almost consider this a spoof of an action/thriller movie. The acting was not great......come on, it was Ian Ziering and Tara Reid. The special effects were less than special. The plot was predictable. However, some really good one-liners and death scenes. All around, great movie and great experience. This is destined to be a cult classic following in the shoes of Killer Klowns from Outer Space. Two days later and my son and I are still talking about some of the death scenes and laughing out loud. Can't wait for Sharknado 2!!
Written October 25, 2016
SHARKNADO lived up to all the hype. Thoroughly enjoyed it. Everyone in audience were laughing and clapping throughout the movie. During the song intro several people danced and laughed to the song. References to Jaws just made the movie that much more
Being able to see on the big screen amplified the hilarity and absurdity of the sharks being sucked up by the tornadoes. We are all STILL talking about it. Worth every cent of admission cost.
Can't wait for SHARKNADO2 to come out. Should go straight to big screen. Be there or be square.
Hope DVD for this one comes out SOON. Not for kids under 12.
Written August 31, 2016
Every generation has its worst. My parent's generation had "Return to Peyton Place". My generation had the "Rocky Horror Picture Show", where people threw rice and other stuff to the screen. The new generation has "Sharknado". It is the worst that these times can produce. It is so bad it's funny. I say go see it. You will remember it all your lives and your kids will make fun of you .