Break out your chainsaws, the 4th Sharknado has awakened, and this time, it's terrorizing Las Vegas and many other locations across the United States.
Like the previous two installments, this Sharknado wastes absolutely no time in getting itself going. For about the first five minutes of the film, we see Fin and his cousin, Gemini, arrive in Las Vegas, and then BAM! the 4th Sharknado awakes. The movie is basically telling the audience, "We know what you're here for, so let's just get right to it."
This time, however, we don't have just Sharknados. We now have Bouldernado, Oilnado, Firenado, Nukenado, and, maybe best of all, Cownado, because just plain old sharks in tornadoes seems to have gotten boring (but only if, for some reason, you begin to take this franchise seriously).
Outside of the countless number of 'Nados, the movie has cranked up the level of absurdity, and does so relentlessly and shamelessly. Just when you start to question how and/or why something happened, the film cuts right to a new scene, squandering any chance you think you have at applying logic to what you just saw.
One final notable point is that the movie makes a plethora of references to other famous movies, such as the most recent Star Wars, Wizard of Oz (Holy shark are there lots of Wizard of Oz references), and even Terminator 2.
Grab some friends, grab some beers, and unplug your brain; Sharknado 4 will provide for a night's worth of entertainment that you won't want to forget.
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