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Sharknado 

The Cinema Snob visits the Critic to help him figure out why Sharknado is such a runaway success, given how crappy of a film it is. So the two review the movie to find out why, as well as ... See full summary »

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James Jarosz ...
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The Cinema Snob visits the Critic to help him figure out why Sharknado is such a runaway success, given how crappy of a film it is. So the two review the movie to find out why, as well as come up with gimmicky schlock film ideas of their own. Written by Anonymous

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15 October 2013 (USA)  »

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According to Brad Jones, this review was originally supposed to be one of the films from the Leprechaun (1993) series of movies, however he and Doug Walker were forced to change it to Sharknado (2013) at the last minute, possibly by site CEO Michael Michaud because of the film's popularity at the time. See more »

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April: We have to go get Matt!
Fin: Don't you see that? There could be kids in there.
April: There's no one in there... and your kid is right here. We have to get her somewhere safe. This is so typical of you, Fin. You care more about other people than you do your own family.
Nostalgia Critic: You know, Tara. I'm aware you're in a movie called Sharknado and you're not going to use your A-material, but can you at the very least muster up a D-minus performance?
Anthony C. Ferrante: Now, Tara. I know you're trying to convey actual human emotion but I ...
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The Thieving Magpie Overture
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Music by Gioachino Rossini
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