TV Movie | TV-14 | | Action, Adventure, Comedy
When a freak hurricane swamps Los Angeles, nature's deadliest killer rules sea, land, and air as thousands of sharks terrorize the waterlogged populace.
Curiously, the story concept could probably still work re-postioned as a big budget tentpole movie, with applying a few more disaster movie cliches, such as more psuedo science exposition. Considering that Syfy is ultimately part of NBCUniversal, and also corporate siblings with Universal Pictures, its curious that they didn't do a joint Production, as Sharknado already has at least five references to Jaws - also made by Universal Pictures. Considering the "eccentric" plot of Jaws 4, Sharknado could easily have been postioned as "Jaws 5: Sharknado".
Captain Carlos Santiago:
Palmer: It's good. Not great. But seeing that you are a businessman, Mr. Santiago.
Captain Carlos Santiago: Captain.
Palmer: Captain. My associates and I are willing to negotiate with you a reasonable price. $100,000.
Captain Carlos Santiago: One million for the whole catch! Not a penny less!
Palmer: One million ...
(at around 1h 1 min) When the group is headed to find supplies to fight the sharks at the airport, Matt is initially seen wearing a blue flight suit. Halfway across the runway, he is seen wearing a brown shirt, and when they enter the supply room, he is back in the blue flight suit.
The closing credits start, appropriately, with the word 'Fin', which is Spanish and French for 'End'.
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