Seeing a movie such as Sharknado 5 when you missed Sharknado 2, 3, and 4, is quite a thing.
Despite how far-fetched the premise in the original movie was, it seemed at least somewhat plausible. There was at least water everywhere there were sharks.
Not in Sharknado 5.
Prepare for a lot of suspension of disbelief in this one.
The effects were well done for the level of the movie.
The main actress rarely changed her expression despite the situation. Perhaps a good samurai face, but not one for connecting with the audience. It was hard to tell if she even cared about her son.
There were a lot of funny lines and the script met the expected level for a B-movie. There were some great groan-inducing puns. It did have me wonder if I should put obviously false information in my scripts or if they did that to connect back to the tagline “Make America Bait Again.” Regardless, it led me to fact check some things and I ended up learning something new about sharks because of it. It made fun of a lot of things and I enjoyed that aspect of it.
I enjoyed heckling the film with some close friends. If you’re looking for a silly movie, try this one out.
Guid cheerio the nou,