World renowned sharknado expert Fin Shepard (Ian Ziering) is invited to the White House so the President can award him the highest civilian honor for his actions fighting sharknados in Los Angeles and New York City, but as the party gets started a sharknado hits and once again our “hero” finds himself battling sharks from the sky. He saves the President's life and warns him that his “shark sense” tells him that an even bigger sharknado is forming out there, one that could possible take out the entire east coast.
The worst thing about Sharknado 3, and there a many terrible things wrong with it, but the worst is that it’s barely a movie. This thing is more a cross between an infomercial for Universal Orlando Theme Park and a Republican wet dream. In this movie we have a white president who won the office on the platform of “Hope and Change” and Republican uber-bitch Ann Coulter is the Vice President, and they even throw in a cameo of Michele Bachmann as herself. I would not be surprised to learn that the screenwriter of this piece of crap worked for Fox News. When we get Fin and the President running down the halls of the White House with guns blazing I came to the conclusion that this film is possibly running for office itself and is vying for the support of the NRA.
Tara Reid), her daughter Claudia (Ryan Newman) and Aprils’ mom May (Bo Derek) as they endlessly wander around the Universal Orlando Theme Park to show us how awesome the attractions are.
“Goddamn it April, don’t tell me you lost our Fast Pass!”
Frankie Muniz, this is not how you stage a comeback.
For obvious reasons.
In conclusion, “Long live the Hoff!”