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‘Sharknado’ says goodbye with T-Rex fight, Neil deGrasse Tyson
Over the course of several years, the Sharknado films fully embraced their campiness as shark-filled tornadoes terrorized different parts of the world (and became an annual live-tweeting delight). And in the final film, it’s no different as a trailer teased Fin (Ian Ziering) traveling back through time to stop sharknadoes from forming and wrecking his life in the first place.
The sharks are everywhere throughout space and time as they attack a T-Rex, Revolutionary War soldiers, cowboys, and Fin in a futuristic world. And as the case with any Sharknado movie, the sharks are far from the weirdest thing about it.
The film debuted on SYFY Sunday night with more showings scheduled for Monday, bringing plenty of laughs for those who had no idea what they were watching and for those who were all on the shark-infested tornado train. Once you suspend your disbelief in a major way, it becomes quite the ride. Naturally, the internet was in love.
— Ian Ziering (@IanZiering) August 20, 2018
— Natalie Martinez (@natijomartinez) August 20, 2018
Don't EVER give up on your dreams cause they made SIX Sharknado movies so anything is possible.#Sharknado6
— Pistol Grip Chin (@mpifonifunny) August 20, 2018
Me: Why does the robot head need to recharge? She’s nuclear powered!
Husband: after six Sharknados, THAT’S the plot hole you finally spot?
— Meg Gardiner (@MegGardiner1) August 20, 2018
— Craig A. Wilson (@CeeDubb33) August 20, 2018
— Sharknado (@SharknadoSYFY) August 20, 2018
Despite its inherent silliness, it was still a big event for some viewers, one that required customized snacks.
— Kiwi Frankencop (@sammirheyer) August 20, 2018
— YourMom AteMyDog (@yourmomatemydog) August 19, 2018
We’re gonna miss these wild movies.
Michelle Jaworski is a staff writer and the resident Game of Thrones expert at the Daily Dot. She covers entertainment, geek culture, and pop culture and has brought her knowledge to conventions like Con of Thrones. She is based in New Jersey.