Survivors escape to a deserted atoll, after their boat during a Semester at Sea ship is sunk by a mutated two-headed shark. But when the atoll starts flooding, no one is safe from the double jaws of the monster.
A 'mockumentary' about David Moore, the filmmaker who first dreamed of "sharks in a tornado" and brought on disaster by using real sharks. The first SHARKNADO was to be a movie never seen, ... See full summary »
It's been five years since the last Sharknado that devastated Washington, D.C. and the world is now benefiting from this hard-earned peace. Thankfully, Aston Reynolds' Astro-X tech company with their revolutionary atmosphere stabilisers called the Astro-Pods, has managed to eradicate all possible Sharknado formations before they could ever get the chance to grow in magnitude. However, while Fin is heading to Vegas for a family reunion, some fun and relaxation, in the meantime, menacing clouds are beginning to form, and a brand-new Sharknado is at hand. Under those circumstances, once again, Fin, his old friends and some new ones, will have to battle against threatening shark-infested cyclones, in a calamitous Sharknado extravaganza. Boy, are we in trouble or what?Written by
(at around 4 mins) We see license plate number SNTA MRA, a callback to Santa Mira airlines in the opening scene of Sharknado 2: The Second One (2014); and to Santa Mira Gas, at the beginning of this movie. See more »
(at around 8 mins) When Gabrielle first jumps out of the plane she is shown not wearing goggles. But seconds later she is shown wearing them. See more »
SHARKNADO EPISODE IV. THE FOURTH AWAKENS. It has been five years since the last Sharknado. Tech company Astro-X has used their revolutionary energy system to stabilize the atmosphere and prevent the formation of all tornadoes, using cheap, clean reactors dubbed Astro-Pods. The world has been peaceful and prosperous thanks to Astro-X's visionary founder Aston Reynolds, but now the future is about to be threatened once again...
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The title is shown through a Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) style opening crawl. The rest of the opening credits don't appear until the 18-minute mark, where the franchise's regular title sequence is shown. See more »
I like the first 2 Sharknado movies. I really don't care how much credibility I lose for saying it but it's a great satire of the so-bad-it's-good kind of movie and the Syfy Channel Original movie, it seems they went for escalation in the second one and... It's my favourite of the series and the third one was just kind of trying too hard. This one however seems to be "Just give us more of that but on autopilot". The plot is that there are stations all around the US to stop Sharknado's from happening but they soon malfunction and the tornadoes soon... Run amok. It's up to Finn and whoever else he happens to be with to save the day. My problems? This is called Sharknado: The 4th Awakens, why is there legitimate drama in this?! There's this entire subplot on Tara Reid being a cyborg, with her father telling everyone she's dead. Oh and the originally funny comedic shark attacks and defenses against them? Yeah well the most that ever gets is a Male Stripper thrusts his crotch at one which hurls the shark in another direction. There are also celebrity cameos that are somehow even worse than in the third movie. Oh and the goddamn references, it's not funny when you can see the references from the very start of the movie - Part of it's set in Kansas and someone wears striped stockings and Ruby Slippers. They also shoe-horn in the line "follow the Yellow-Brick Road!". All in all, just don't - this movie is really boring and considering the celebrity cameos that are in this movie, it's almost devolved into this series being where celebrity careers go to die.
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