23 August 2018 | paul_haakonsen
For the love of all that is unholy...
Seriously? Nothing else needs to be said about this movie actually...
Well, you know what you get yourself into here when you sit down to watch "The Last Sharknado: It's About Time", especially if you've seen the previous five movies in the franchise. I have seen the previous five movies, unfortunately, so I know that this sixth movie would be in for a pressed chance of alleviating the downward slope that the movies have been on ever since going beyond the first movie.
"The Last Sharknado: It's About Time" turned out to be continuing on in the same footsteps that the franchise is already traversing. And it is even worse than its fifth predecessor, which didn't really take much. The sixth installment in the franchise was the worst one yet. Yep, that's right.
The storyline here, was so incredibly stupid and pointless that the movie had no actual contents, aside from a bunch of people traveling through time and besting one sharknado after another with no problems. So don't expect any kind of entertainment value from "The Last Sharknado: It's About Time".
The few things that "The Last Sharknado: It's About Time" has working for it is the fact that it is the returning cast coming back to reprise their characters. But don't get all worked up, we are talking about the likes of Ian Ziering, Tara Reid and the like here, so go figure... Plus it is sharknados after all, and that concept is just so ludicrous that it is actually fun to watch (although it did nothing to lift up this train wreck of a movie here).
There is just something morbidly odd about movies like this that keeps us coming back to watch them, when we know deep in our hearts that it is going to be a suckfest that is unpreceded by anything, yet we keep coming back to watch movies like this - perhaps in the hopes that the movie will somehow turn out to be a surprising experience.
"The Last Sharknado: It's About Time" is just not worth the time, effort or money...