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Sharknado 5: Global Swarming 2017

Sharknado 5: Global Swarming 2017

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“Sharknado”. Ah, yes, the little film from The Asylum and SYFY that we used to think would be just a one-hit wonder. Look at you now. You have become internationally known. Your title has appeared in slang as a word meaning a massive and unexpected situation, or series of situations, causing a negative impact. You have a fairly solid following among fans of weird/bad/cheesy movies.

Most amazing of all, you spawned four sequels to date with the threat promise of more to come.

The most recent installment, “Sharknado 5: Global Swarming”, has landed. It continues the on-going hell that is the life of Fin Shepard, his family, and their close friends as another shark-laden storm threatens the safety of mankind and causes spikes in reported cases of galeophobia/selachophobia. This time, the threat isn’t just to the good old USA; the whole world is a chum bucket, and the sharks are in a blood frenzy.

To be fair, I gave up on the series after the second film. The original was fun and silly. The second movie seemed forced as it attempted to embrace the media whirlwind caused by the previous one. Every time I saw another Sharknado movie was released, I avoided it. To give “Sharknado 5” a fair review, I felt I needed to see the ones I missed. To my amazement, starting with “Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!”, the movies turned out to be pretty interesting.

After the misstep with the first sequel, writer Thunder Levin and director Anthony C. Ferrante seemed to embrace the lunacy and turned the series into a geek version of “Airplane!” with references to other films and TV series as well as topical humor and groan-inducing one-liner jokes. Combine those things with The Asylum’s low-budget techniques and snicker-inducing CGI effects and you have a near perfect storm of comedy for people who like their jokes in large volume, regardless of the inconsistent quality.