Ever since the debut of the very first Sharknado film, I knew that we had a Cheeseball Cinema tradition on our hands. For today’s Cheeseball Cinema film, we are proud to present Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No. The film once again stars our favorite Shepard family Finn (Ian Ziering), April (Tara Reid), Claudia (Ryan Newman), and Grandma May (Bo Derek) as they head on another adventure. This film takes place a little after the Sharknado over New York City and Finn is in Washington DC to receive a medal for all his service from the President (Mark Cuban). While there, another Sharknado devastates DC and Finn soon discovers that a more sinister storm is on it’s way and that it could devastate the whole east coast. With the return of Nova (Cassie Scerbo) and the introduction of Finn’s dad Gil (David Hasselhoff), they try their best to take down the biggest Sharknado yet. The film also stars Frankie Muniz (Malcolm In The Middle) as Lucas, Blair Fowler (Prom) as Jess, Jack Griffo (Jinxed) as Billy, and the film features cameos from Chris Jericho (WWE Wrestler), Lou Ferrigno (The Incredible Hulk), Ne-Yo, Ann Coulter, Mark McGrath, Michael Winslow (Police Academy), Jackie Collins, Lorenzo Lamas, Kim Richards, Bill Engvall, Cindy Margolis, The crew from NBC’s The Today Show, Maria Menounos, Anthony Weiner, Robert Klein, and a heck of a lot more than that.
There are just so many things tat are wrong with this series that makes it so right especially if you are a fan of shitty fun movies like this. First how does a guy just all of sudden be able to fly a fighter jet and a space shuttle without messing up and how does a son teach two regular people how to fly? That is the type of stuff that this film gets away with and it’s OK because that is B Movie magic. There are so many cameos in this movie that you might miss some of them along the way like I did. One of my favorite cameos of the film had to be from Chris Jericho who plays a carnival ride person. I feel like some of these guys just want to say that they were killed by sharks in Sharknado. Don’t get me wrong because I would love to as well. I am going to warn you now that the next sentence is a spoiler alert so if you have not seen the film and you do not want to know anymore then stop reading the rest of the paragraph. What in the hell were the writers and directors thinking with the baby in the shark birth scene. That is the most godawful scene of the whole film, it took it to a level it didn’t need to be at. That was the kind of moment I could have done without and should have expected it. It was great to see Nova return and for you sleazeballs out there, I did not see any nudity, but she looks smoking hot in the film. On a scale of one being close to an A-list Hollywood film and five being the cheesiest film of all time, I am going to give this one 4.3 for a final grade.