Sheparding the Fins
It's vacation time for Fin (Ian Ziering) and April (Tara Reid) as they head to Florida, but like for any action hero trouble seems to follow Fin around and wouldn't you know it a huge storm is coming. Before they know it they find themselves with another Sharknado to deal with but this Sharknado is literally out of this world.
I enjoy bad movies, I like movies which make me smile for sucking. But there is actually an art to doing this right and the guys behind the "Sharknado" movies have got it seriously wrong when it comes to "Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!". From not even bothering with a storyline to trying to hard to be more outrageous than the last scene and the end result is not just a mess but an annoying mess which you realise quite quickly is not going to be as entertaining as the previous movies in the franchise. Even attempts to send itself up with a scene where Daid Hasselhoff mentions something about making it up as they go along ends up embarassingly bad.
I could go on because whilst "Sharknado 3" is intentionally bad it gets very little right. About the only thing which truthfully made me smile about this third movie are the various cameos. You get a real sense that several celebrities and a few has beens voluntered their services due to the popularity of the previous movies only to discover that there wasn't a movie but more a case of some ideas for outrageous death scenes and ridiculous heroics.
What this all boils down to is that for an inentionally poor movie "Sharknado 3" is extremely poor and all I can suggest is that if someone says you should watch it just say "Oh Hell No".