Sharknado 5: Global Swarming


Action / Adventure / Comedy / Horror / Sci-Fi

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Tara Reid as April
Dolph Lundgren as Mature Gil
Masiela Lusha as Gemini
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Reviewed by Jackson Booth-Millard 1 / 10

Sharknado 5: Global Swarming

The film was rubbish, the second film was terrible, the third film was awful, and the fourth film was crap, the TV-made Sharknado series is simply an excuse to make the trashiest movies possible, but I'm a critic, and it would feel almost rude to ignore the next instalment. Basically there has been a short period of peace, but the "sharknado" crisis is now global, Nova Clarke (Cassandra 'Cassie' Scerbo) has formed a group, Sharknado Sisters, to find and stop this phenomenon. Fin Shepard (Ian Ziering) joins her on an expedition, in England, going beneath ground where Stonehenge is located, there they discover a key element in the cause of the sharknados, a prehistoric shark fin piece, with supernatural powers. But by removing this artefact, they unintentionally cause sharknadoes to start reappearing all over the world, starting in London, England, where Fin's now bionic wife April (Tara Reid) and young son Gil (Billy Barratt) are located. Things worsen when Gil is sucked into the heart of the brutal cyclone, they establish from a tracker that he is alive, but is unclear if he will ever be brought out of the storm. Fin is sure that the mission to keep tracking the sharknadoes is impossible, especially as the storm goes all over the world to different locations, but the magic shark fin piece he and Nova found has the ability to teleport them from place to place. Fin, April and others go all over the world following the storms, going to Sydney, Australia; the Pyramids of Giza, Egypt; Tokyo, Japan; South China Sea; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; and Rome, Italy. Fin and April's older son Matt (Cody Linley) does everything he can to help, but Nova is killed in the chaos, as are many other people around the world, either squashed or eaten by the falling predators, or killed by the many structures destroyed. In the end, Fin uses the magical stone to zap away the shark infested typhoons, it appears as if Gil did not escape, but then a mature Gil (Dolph Lundgren) appears, he used the power of the stone to preserve himself and travel back in time, they reunite after the storm has subsided. Also starring Yanet Garcia as Chara, Porsha Williams as Andromeda, Chris Kattan as Prime Minister, Clay Aiken as Llewelyn, Samantha Fox as Ms. Moore, Kate Garraway, Charlotte Hawkins, Laura Tobin, Louie Spence as Calvin the Clerk, Katie Price as Connery, Bret Michaels, Tom Daley, Charo as The Queen, Lucy Pinder as Swedish Ambassador, Star Trek's Nichelle Nichols as Secretary General Starr, Casey Batchelor as Lady Anne, Luisa Zissman as The Duchess, Anthony C. Ferrante as Dundee, Olivia Newton-John as Orion, Spencer Matthews as Sailor Dan, Caprice Bourret as Polaris, Tony Hawk as The Hawk, Tiffany Pollard as Vega, Fabio as The Pope, Margaret Cho as Simone, Dan Fogler, Kathie Lee Gifford, Al Roker, Gilbert Gottfried as Ron Mcdonald, Jedward (John and Edward Grimes) as Tourists and Ingrid van Bergen as Talk Show Guest. It's pretty pointless mentioning the acting in it, well known faces not taking themselves or the project seriously, like the other four films it is deliberately trashy and absurd, the special effects are cheap and unconvincing, I did like it being set in London, England (in my home country), I may have tittered a little because of some deliberate obvious spoof references, e.g. Indiana Jones, Monty Python's Flying Circus, Star Trek, "Let's Get Physical", Back to the Future, and of course how ridiculous and idiotic it is, another sequel not to bother with, an unintelligent science-fiction horror. Poor!

Reviewed by Brucey D 9 / 10

argh.... my brain is melting, and I just don't care!

Yes it is another Sharknado movie and this one has it's tongue so far in its cheek that it might never see daylight again.

Arguably the typical ingredients in a SyFy movie, being second-rate actors, third-rate production values and fourth-rate CGI, have found their perfect means of expression in the Sharknado series. If you are going to end up making a film that no-one is likely to take seriously anyway, why not go the whole hog and make it as absurd as possible?

Throw in a slightly larger budget which allows for some interesting cameos and the occasional line of dialogue which is genuinely funny and you have Sharknado 5.

I took absolutely nothing about this film remotely seriously -which I take to be the intended spirit- and I rather enjoyed it.

Reviewed by Michael O'Keefe 5 / 10

Not again! Sharknado swarming!

It is becoming common place as shark-infested storms get stronger and harder to figure out. The United States has been ravaged enough, so look out world; simultaneous shark swarm storms pop up in cities like Rome, London, Rio and Tokyo. Leading defender against these ravenous creatures of the sea, Fin Shepard (Ian Ziering) and his bionic wife, April (Tata Reid), are forced to go global as son Gil (Billy Barratt) is trapped after being swooped up into one of the storms.

Hilarious, berserk, ridiculous and pretty stupid with terrible CGI; but entertaining and creative with obligatory cameos. How many times can you beat a dead shark?

The franchise lives on with such stars as: Cassandra Scerbo, Porsha Williams, Yanet Garcia, Chris Kattan, Tony Hawk, Olivia Newton-John, Bret Michaels, Samantha Fox, Gilbert Gottfried, Al Roker, Charo and Clay Aiken.

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