Ian Ziering, Tara Reid, Frankie Muniz and David Hasselhoff star in the third entry of the wild Sharknado series, this time facing the eponymous mutated natural disaster as it threatens to decimate the entire eastern seaboard.~Daniel Gelb
Cast & Crew Commentaries
Feeding Frenzy: Exclusive Look at the Sharknado Documentary
Lights, Camera, Sharks: The Making of Sharknado 3
Shark Tails: Original SYFY Ending & Alternate Ending
You'd have to be a "Sharknado" follower to get into this movie. I thought the first two films were outrageous and enjoyed both of them for what they were intended to be, This movie, is more of the same outrageousness as the other films, but has even more crazy things I never thought i'd see ( like sharks in space......don't ask ). Nevertheless if you liked "Sharknado" and "Sharknado-The Second One"..then this film is right up your alley. The picture is very clean, but the blu-ray tends to show off the cheapo visual effects from "The Asylum" in a way you'd never see in the crummy TV or DVD versions. The DTS 5.1 Soundtrack is fun and compliments the movie very well. I enjoyed the movie, and hear that there's a "Sharknado 4" coming sometime in the near future. No doubt I'll be buying that one, as well.
THIRD TIME'S A CHARM............THE SAGA CONTINUES
Well, here we go again with one of the greatest brain cell eliminators of the 21st century; yup, Sharknado 3! This one has it all in spades, celebrities to whom time has not been kind (actually adds points as I can relate!), cheezy FX, complete elimination of the Today Show cast, and multiple location airborne shark attacks! Oh yeah, and if the idea of Trump as Prez nauseates you, this baby imagines Mark Cuban as POTUS! (Oh the horror......) More of the same from the fine folks at THE ASYLUM, not for everyone, but for the many of us who love this sorta thing, it's a great view! Bring on Sharky 4, we're ready! ENJOY!
Each Sharknado movie gets crazier and balliser. This one ups the ante by being two sequels in one, and going all out. The returning cast know their characters inside and out by this point, and newbie Bo Derek is good as April's mom. However it is David Hasselhoff as Finn's dad that steals the movie. He plays it straight and is surprisingly great.
The CGI is the best it has been for this series, the score is pulsing, and the pace relentless. What more could you want?
The original film had a fresh outlook and solid family values. The New York sequel lagged. It had scenes that marked time. It had more celebrities, but less drive and cohesion in the main story. This third outing gets the mojo back on track with well-spaced, ever- accelerating, ever-bigger anti-shark action. The focus on Fin and April's family dynamics stays solid. The freshness of the original has become the vitality of a well-oiled thrill machine.
This movie is cheesetastic!! It is just as cheesy and shark infested as the first 2 with more cameos. Fin after fighting a Sharknado in DC heads south to save his wife from a lets just face it a sharkicane that is spreading the whole east coast. So many great shark attack moments and humor! Great lead up to #4!
This movie brings even more fun to the franchise. There were more funny cameos from actors and comedians alike. The cheesy graphic and props are still entreating as ever. I enjoy how the actors are serious in acting in this movie, which makes it even better. This can forever entertain you.