Mother of GAWD, gang...It doesn't get much more awesome than this. (Despite what Jake might think.)
Ian Ziering (Finn), Tara Reid (April), and Cassie Scerbo (Nova) are back to kick some weather-based shark butt! And they brought along another ridiculous batch of cameos and co-stars, including (but by no means limited to) Bo Derek, Frankie Muniz, Mark McGrath, Robert Klein, Ann Coulter, Michelle Bachmann, Chris Jericho, and goddamn David freakin' Hasselhoff!
|The Hoff contemplates the life choices that led him here.|
|"Are you read to ROCK?!"|
After saving the president, despite the White House being reduced to rubble, Finn makes his way to Orlando, where a pregnant April waits for him with her mother (Bo Derek), and his daughter Claudia (Ryan Newman) is hanging out at Universal Studios with her friend and being eye-humped by a couple of skeevy dudes.
Before he makes it to Orlando, Finn runs across his old friend, Nova, who now dresses like Casey Jones from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and her severely friendzoned partner Lucas (Muniz). They work for the National Weather Service, driving around in an armored Winnebago and shooting blue globs into the sharknados to make them dissipate. (And nobody seems to have any issues with this, despite the fact that it causes thousands of full-grown sharks to just fall from the sky, which can be damned inconvenient.)
|"I'm sleepy. Tell me a story, Abraham Lincoln..."|
|"I DIDN'T HAVE TO PUT UP WITH THIS SHIT WHEN I WAS MALCOLM!"|
After a comically insane series of events, including space sharks, the shuttle is destroyed, the storm is dissipated, the Hoff is on the moon, and Finn and April are re-entering the Earth's atmosphere in the carcass of a shark.
The landing goes off mostly without a hitch, and everyone survives. OR DO THEY?!
|Everything about the ending is gross and gooey. Everything.|
Jake is angered by the space suits. He feels that they are possibly not the best quality garment, especially for someone who plans on wearing it to space.
Larry feels sorry for at least one of the sharks because it didn't make it all the way through the loop when it landed on a roller coaster track. The others do their best to cheer him up, but it is only the balm that is the re-entry scene that works.
Derek thinks that this movie is absolutely perfect, second only to Roadhouse, in its execution, and he will fight anyone who dares to disagree.
There's also news in The Lobby, new movies Coming Soon, Larry's List, Hollywood Purgatory, and One Thing (in which we talk about some friends)!
So grab this podcast! And keep watching the skies! KEEP WATCHING THE SKIES!!!