Watch Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!
- 1 hr 29 min
Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! is the third installment in the Sharknado film series. The movie stars Ian Ziering as Fin Shepard, Tara Reid as April Wexler, and Cassandra Scerbo as Nova Clarke. The movie is directed by Anthony C. Ferrante and was released in 2015. This time, a massive sharknado is about to hit the east coast of the United States. The storm starts in Washington D.C., where Fin Shepard receives an award for his heroic actions in the previous sharknado incidents. April Wexler and their daughter are also in town to support him. Meanwhile, Nova Clarke, a sharknado survivor from Los Angeles, is on her way to Washington D.C. to meet Fin and help him fight off the impending disaster. Just as the ceremony is ending, the sharknado hits the city, causing mass destruction and chaos. As the storm moves towards Florida, Fin, April, and Nova team up with the president of the United States, played by Mark Cuban, and his Vice President played by Ann Coulter, to fight off the sharks and save as many lives as possible. The sharknado hits different locations along the east coast, including Universal Orlando, where the group has to fight off sharks in the theme park. They also encounter sharks in the White House, where they discover a plot by an evil government official played by Frankie Muniz, to use the sharknado as a weapon against other countries. Throughout their journey, the group encounters a number of cameo appearances by celebrities, including Penn and Teller, Jerry Springer, David Hasselhoff, Bo Derek, and more. Each celebrity plays a humorous role in the movie, often using their real-life persona to add to the comedy. Overall, Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! is a wild ride with over-the-top action and humor. The special effects are cheesy but fun, which adds to the charm of the movie. The performances by Ziering, Reid, and Scerbo are all outrageous, but they fit perfectly in the world of Sharknado. The addition of celebrity cameos and funny puns throughout the movie only add to the wackiness. Despite its ridiculousness, the movie does have some heart to it. The family dynamic between Fin, April, and their daughter bring some emotional weight to the story. The group's determination and bravery to save as many lives as possible gives the movie a sense of heroism. In conclusion, Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! is a fun and entertaining movie that doesn't take itself too seriously. Fans of the previous two movies will enjoy this third installment, while newcomers may find the campiness refreshing. The movie is definitely not for everyone, but if you're looking for a crazy, over-the-top shark disaster movie, this is definitely worth a watch.