Director: Anthony Ferrante Cast: Tara Reid, Jaason Simmons, Cassie Scerbo
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A freak storm brings hundreds of vicious, man-eating sharks ashore in Los Angeles and a group of friends struggle to steer clear of their violent and destructive path. ~ Megan Walsh-Boyle

Product Details

Release Date: 09/03/2013
UPC: 0018713607737
Original Release: 2012
Rating: NR
Source: Asylum
Time: 1:30:00
Sales rank: 30,315

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Tara Reid April
Jaason Simmons Baz
Cassie Scerbo Nova
John Heard George
Ian Ziering Fin

Technical Credits
Anthony Ferrante Director
Vincent Albo Production Designer
Paul Bales Co-producer
William Boodell Editor
Ben Demaree Cinematographer
Corrine Foster Makeup
David L. Garber Associate Producer
Amber Hamzeh Costumes/Costume Designer
Ramin Kousha Score Composer
David Michael Latt Producer
Thunder Levin Screenwriter
Karen O'Hara Associate Producer
Chris Regina Associate Producer
David Rimawi Executive Producer
Thomas P. Vitale Associate Producer

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Sharknado 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A creature feature has no story, gorgeous but pointless characters, crude special affects and can't be taken seriously. A survival movie has an unlikely story, a variety of characters with personality and purpose, the special affects are good, and it can be taken seriously. Fin Shepard is strong man, loving father, a business owner, and he knows the ocean well. His interactions with his ex-wife, his adult son and teen daughter are realistic and believable. Nova Clarke is quite beautiful, but she's also a shark attack survivor, and strong fighter. When the sunami first hit it washed the sharks into the streets and into the sewers. Sharks were forced into unnatural environments and quite agitate. They'd attack anything in such a state. Fin reaction was to head straight for his family. Giving the audience numerous shark attacks and battles for survival. Up until Fin reached his son this could easily be taken seriously, it was a survival movie up until that point. Then it switched stiles. Somehow a Tornado appeared in the middle of a sunami? A Tornado that still functioned even when it swept up enough water to keep sharks alive? Finally Fin's son used explosives to disrupt the Tornado? None of that could be taken seriously, and the tornado affects sucked - both from the outside and inside. I love survival movies and enjoy creature features. This movie tried to be both, and didn't succeed. Sharknado is a failed attempt at melding the 2 stiles.