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Honestly, The Last Sharknado isn't bad enough to be good and isn't good enough to be good. It's kind of just... there, lacking the gore of splatterpunk and the sanitation of kiddie-fare.
It's hard to spoil something that has already grown this stale, serving up a composted collection of gags.
It's probably OK to say that airborne sharks again are key to the "story."
A film in which all the wit and ingenuity on hand appears to have been squandered on coming up with the title.
At least the characters register, and the action is vaguely coherent within the total lack of logic.
The Last Sharknado: It's About Time is the second best in the series, and therefore the franchise ends on a high note.
What once was camp is now just atrocious.
It's clear during [the climax] sequence that we've gone well past the point of Peak Absurdity, as far as potential humor is concerned, and the big climax thus leaves the viewer cold.
The Last Sharknado is simply a collection of images and noises loosely cobbled together in a way that somehow makes them barely suitable for ironic viewing.
Look, it's The Last Sharknado. You kind of feel guilty calling it bad because of what it inherently is, but then again...it's just dumb.
Aside from sheer exhaustion at the overwhelming set pieces & shark puns, Fin and April and Nova did become endearing characters. They deserve the same kind of sendoff Rocky Balboa, Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhees, Jigsaw and Ellen Ripley got!
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