History Film / SHARKNADO

17th May '16 12:59:20 AM forthur
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** Many stock beach and city skyline shots are used, even though many of them lack storm clouds or surfable waves.
11th May '16 12:46:18 PM Antigone3
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''Film/Sharknado2TheSecondOne'' premiered on [[Creator/SciFiChannel SyFy]] on July 30, 2014. ''Film/Sharknado3OhHellNo'' premiered on July 22, 2015.

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''Film/Sharknado2TheSecondOne'' premiered on [[Creator/SciFiChannel SyFy]] on July 30, 2014. ''Film/Sharknado3OhHellNo'' premiered on July 22, 2015.
2015. ''Sharknado 4: The 4th Awakens'' is scheduled for a July 31, 2016 premiere.
25th Apr '16 11:33:18 PM PKMN37
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* BilingualBonus: The movie ends with the word "Fin" which is Spanish and French for "End"
* {{Camp}}: As much as a BMovie can get.

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* BilingualBonus: The movie ends with the word "Fin" which is Spanish and French for "End"
* {{Camp}}: As much as a BMovie can get.
"End".
25th Apr '16 11:31:27 PM PKMN37
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* {{Camp}}: As much as a BMovie can get.
8th Apr '16 12:04:00 AM morenohijazo
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* WeirdWeather: The film centers around perhaps one of the most ridiculous examples of this trope, a tornado... made of SHARKS.

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* WeirdWeather: The film centers around perhaps one of the most ridiculous examples of this trope, a tornado... made of SHARKS.SHARKS (well, more like full of sharks. Which are still alive, and lethal, after many hours of being aloft).
12th Mar '16 12:06:51 PM morenohijazo
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* RainOfSomethingUnusual: This is the subject of the film. A freak storm causes it to rain live sharks (and, oddly enough, no other kind of fish).
5th Mar '16 1:46:17 PM morenohijazo
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* WeirdWeather: The film centers around perhaps one of the most ridiculous examples of this trope, a tornado... made of SHARKS.
13th Aug '15 1:32:27 PM mrincodi
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* CreditsGag: Rather than stating "The End" the credits start with "Fin". Which is French and Spanish for (The) End. This is both for the obvious association of fin and sharks. But "Fin" is also an old cliche for ending art films and other high culture fare. Most would probably agree that this film does not fall under that category. The pronunciation of fin in French is closer to "fan"; in Spanish the letter "i" always sounds like "ee" in "free", so it sounds like "feen". So they don't sound like the English word "fin", but that's hardly the biggest error the movie commits.

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* CreditsGag: Rather than stating "The End" the credits start with "Fin". Which "Fin", which is French and Spanish for (The) End. This is both for the obvious association of fin and sharks. But "Fin" is also an old cliche for ending art films and other high culture fare. Most would probably agree that this film does not fall under that category. The pronunciation of fin in French is closer to "fan"; in Spanish the letter "i" always sounds like "ee" in "free", so it sounds like "feen". So they don't sound like the English word "fin", but that's hardly the biggest error the movie commits.
13th Aug '15 1:31:47 PM mrincodi
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* CreditsGag: Rather than stating "The End" the credits start with "Fin". Which is French for end. This is both for the obvious association of fin and sharks. But "Fin" is also an old cliche for ending art films and other high culture fare. Most would probably agree that this film does not fall under that category. The pronunciation is also closer to "fan" than the English word "fin," but that's hardly the biggest error the movie commits.

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* CreditsGag: Rather than stating "The End" the credits start with "Fin". Which is French and Spanish for end.(The) End. This is both for the obvious association of fin and sharks. But "Fin" is also an old cliche for ending art films and other high culture fare. Most would probably agree that this film does not fall under that category. The pronunciation of fin in French is also closer to "fan" than "fan"; in Spanish the letter "i" always sounds like "ee" in "free", so it sounds like "feen". So they don't sound like the English word "fin," "fin", but that's hardly the biggest error the movie commits.
13th Aug '15 1:20:34 PM mrincodi
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* BilingualBonus: The movie ends with the word "Fin" which is Spanish and French for "End"
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