Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! (2015)
Critic Consensus: Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! bites off more than it can chew, leaving viewers with an overlong mess that isn't even bad enough to be good.
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Here's one thing that's rarely complained about in a review: The acting and dialogue in Oh Hell No! are not bad enough. Partially, this can be credited to less screen time for Tara Reid.
This is the sequel that chokes by stuffing itself with endless, self-indulgent cameos. This is the sequel that prioritizes product placement, which is so blatant that it becomes a joke in and of itself before it loops back around to insulting.
At around the hour mark, I was checking the clock frequently and despairing for how I spend my time. Unlike the first two movies, it didn't feel like I was participating in a Sharknado night. It felt like I was subjecting myself to it.
Perfectly likable characters, played by fondly remembered former stars, are dispatched bloodily.
There is a line of defense the movie throws up, a sort of camouflage, in which the purposely bad is blended with the actually bad, that makes the critic want to pack up his typewriter and repair despairing to the bar.
Audience Reviews for Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!
Oh Hell No! does not continue to genuinely raise the enjoyability of the Sharknado franchise, it does however continue to artificially raise the stakes. Critics seemed to have cooled on bizarrely praising the movies completely out of left field at this point as well, as Sharknado 3 hits the series' first negative rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
Just when you think we've seen it all we have a third movie about sharks inside tornadoes, And for most of the films it's just as silly as the others, Full of eye rolling gags that soon get tired, It's the same old story until the end when it gets too silly and even I felt embarrassed for the film, Again it's full of celeb cameos who all get eaten and even though it's only just better than the 2nd I still found myself wishing it was over soon, Kind of like wishing for a quick death in many ways.
For me this is the best in the series so far. Sharknado is getting so utterly ridiculous that it's fast becoming an actual film worthy of merit and not just for the poor special effects and cheesy dialogues. More sharks, more chainsaws, what more do you need?