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Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!
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Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!

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A monstrous tornado unleashes ravenous sharks from Washington, D.C., all the way down to Orlando, Florida.
Actors: Renée Willett,
Renée Willett
Renée Willett
Jack Griffo,
Jack Griffo
Jack Griffo
Rick Fox,
Rick Fox
Rick Fox 24 July 1969, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Christopher Judge,
Christopher Judge
Christopher Judge 13 October 1964, Los Angeles, California, USA
Tara Reid,
Tara Reid
Tara Reid 8 November 1975, Wyckoff, New Jersey, USA
Lorenzo Lamas,
Lorenzo Lamas
Lorenzo Lamas 20 January 1958, Santa Monica, California, USA
Ann Coulter,
Ann Coulter
Ann Coulter 8 December 1961, New York City, New York, USA
Tom Compton,
Tom Compton
Tom Compton
Keltie Knight,
Keltie Knight
Keltie Knight
Jessalyn Gerbholz,
Jessalyn Gerbholz
Jessalyn Gerbholz
Frank Kramer,
Frank Kramer
Frank Kramer 5 September 1970, Terre Haute, Indiana, USA
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Genre: HorrorSci-Fi
Director: Anthony C. Ferrante
Anthony C. Ferrante
Anthony C. Ferrante
Country: United States
Release: 2015
IMDb: 4.1
Quality:
Duration: 88 min
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ScreenRant
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July 23, 2015

Though Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! delivers bigger stakes, more sharks, more gore, more cameos, and more interaction with its viewers, the third installment to the series is a serious departure from what was appealing about the original.
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AV Club
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July 23, 2015

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.
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July 23, 2015

All I know is that you'll have fun for a hot minute and then gradually start to seriously question how you're prioritizing your life. The true "Sharknado Effect."
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St. Louis Post-Dispatch
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July 23, 2015

You'd better like seeing fake sharks munch on people's extremities if you plan to enjoy Sharknado 3.
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Daily Telegraph (UK)
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July 23, 2015

So clumsy was Sharknado 3, it seemed slapped together by someone with dorsal fins rather than opposable thumbs.
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Eye for Film
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November 24, 2015

One might begin to wonder if the franchise is running out of steam - until an amazing last quarter hour which, even with OTT promises in place, manages to turn all the dials one higher.
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TheWrap
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July 23, 2015

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.
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Media Life
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July 23, 2015

Perfectly likable characters, played by fondly remembered former stars, are dispatched bloodily.
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Nerdist
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July 29, 2015

So wacky I almost fell asleep.
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New York Observer
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July 23, 2015

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.
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July 29, 2015

To give this film a decent score would be an insult to the many low-budget features out there that scrape every penny they can find together to produce something good.
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Los Angeles Times
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July 23, 2015

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.
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