What in the Sharknado is Sharknado? We heard something about it a few days ago, but to be honest we weren’t interested. After all, Sharknado starred Tara Reid. Yes, the same Tara Reid better known for partying and her botched boob job.
Thanks to Twitter we were able to figure out the gist of Sharknado without actually watching it. If you know anything about Twitter, you know that most people who tweet believe they have an official license to talk sh*t. If you don’t believe us read some of the hilarious tweets for yourself. Let’s just say the things that were said about Sharknado and Tara Reid were entertainment worthy.
— Ginger Clark (@Ginger_Clark) July 12, 2013
#Sharknado had just about everything.1 liners, nitrous, family issues, fatalities, sharks, tornadoes, sober Tara Reid, chainsaws, john heard
— FanVsFan (@FanVsFan) July 12, 2013
Dear 1999 Tara Reid, save your American Pie money. In 14 years, you’ll be fighting sharks with an unplugged electric hedge trimmer.
— Andy Staples (@Andy_Staples) July 12, 2013
SyFy Channel. So bad it's great. #Sharknado
— Paul Pabst (@PaulPabst) July 12, 2013
You get the feeling Tara Reid has seen sharks in her living room before… #Sharknado
— Eric Stangel (@EricStangel) July 12, 2013
My stepdad was eaten by a shark in my living room so this hits close to home for me. #sharknado
— Steve Amiri (@SteveAmiri) July 12, 2013
— KP (@katieeperry) July 12, 2013
Somewhere in Hollywood there is a senior executive yelling at a junior executive for not coming up with #Sharknado first.
— Greg Berlanti (@GBerlanti) July 12, 2013
The inconsistency of the weather in each shot is magical. #SHARKNADO
— Anne Wheaton (@AnneWheaton) July 12, 2013
— bill hofheimer (@bhofheimer_espn) July 12, 2013
This beautiful moment of national unity is about to end. But we will always have #SharkNado. Never forget what it meant to us.
— Ben White (@morningmoneyben) July 12, 2013
— Johnny Pepper (@Johnny_Pepper) July 12, 2013
All the women in this movie have the Tara Reid-esque gravelly voice. It's like a gender-swapped Supernatural.
— J.K. Sacks (@keithjacks) July 12, 2013
Not sure if Thunder Levin is the hero we need, or the hero we deserve. #Sharknado
— Stef (@crickwooder) July 12, 2013
I'm putting down a non-fiction book to watch #Sharknado. This is why the Chinese and the Indians will rule over us.
— Andrew Kaczynski (@BuzzFeedAndrew) July 12, 2013
WHY IS THE DAD FROM HOME ALONE IN #SharkNado tho?
— Garret Allen (@GarretAllen) July 12, 2013
WTF one shot of a pistol blew the whole shark's head off?!?!? #SharkNado
— Brandon (@Yooo_B_4) July 12, 2013
The cuts between the stock hurricane footage and the sunny Santa Monica B-roll is really jarring #SharkNado
— Sean Dolan (@seandolan22) July 12, 2013
This is easily one of Tara Reid's top 3 shark tornado movies ever. #SharkNado
— RandBall (@RandBall) July 12, 2013
— Not Bill Walton (@NotBillWalton) July 12, 2013
CUT TO: Tara Reid eating handfuls of random meds in the retirement home. #SharkNado
— Wil Wheaton (@wilw) July 12, 2013
Sadly even big brands wanted a piece of #Sharknado.
— Ford Racing (@FordRacing) July 12, 2013
— Miller Lite (@MillerLite) July 12, 2013
— Red Cross Oklahoma (@redcrossokc) July 12, 2013
— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) July 12, 2013
If you are still confused or curious like our guy Brad Keselowski make sure to check out the trailer below to see what all the hype is about.
Apparently I'm completely oblivious to #SharkNado Someone help!
— Brad Keselowski (@keselowski) July 12, 2013
We are sure you are wondering who approved a movie about killer sharks in a tornado, right? Thank the SyFy Channel. And to think their slogan is “Imagine Greater.”