Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!

Synopsis: When Fin and April go to Florida for the summer vacation, strong winds and lots of rain comes to Florida and a Sharknado comes and destroyes Florida. The Sharknado goes to Washington D.C. and sharks falling from the sky. It's up to Fin and April to stop the Sharknado the third time.
Director(s): Anthony C. Ferrante
Production: The Asylum
  2 nominations.
 
IMDB:
4.1
Rotten Tomatoes:
36%
TV-14
Year:
2015
93 min
588 Views


[ chainsaw buzzing ]

[ buzzing fades ]

[ tires skid ]

Mr. Shepard, the President needs

you right now!

I didn't think I was gonna make

it.

We'll get you there.

I'm Agent Devoreaux, office of

the President.

FIN:
There's a storm coming. I

can feel it.

Package is en route.

[radio] The National Weather

Service

has issued a significant weather

advisory

for the mid-Atlantic region of

the east coast.

April, my car died.

I'm with the Secret Service now.

It's not looking good.

I'm almost there, Fin.

Please be safe. Do you hear me?

I know. I love you.

Can you radio ahead? Right.

Copy.

We'll pick up our escort up

ahead.

Hang on, Mr. Shepard!

[ sirens blaring ]

[ radio ] All units, alert.

Heavy traffic congestion

reported in the vicinity of the

Key Bridge.

Proceed to alternate route.

[ crowd clamoring ]

This is Agent Devoreaux

inbound with the package.

I need First Street Southeast

cleared now!

What do you think you're doing?

Semper Paratus.

You must repent!

The end is near! Repent!

Repent! No!

I was inside the belly of the

beast!

Whoa!

Oh, I gotta get in there!

You need to go! Back away!

Whoa, whoa! Whoa! No, no!

I'm just taking my license.

I'm Fin Shepard!

Fin Shepard!

Tim! Reese! Let him in.

Sorry, sir.

Mr. Shepard, I'm Gary Martin

Hayes, Chief of Staff.

I am so sorry about that.

Thank God you made it.

Colonel Shepard make it in yet?

I'm sorry. There's been no word

on the Colonel.

How soon can you get in touch

with National Weather Service?

Soon, but the President's

started.

I gotta get you in there right

now.

Here. Time to clean up.

Come on, Mom. Let's go.

Careful. Slow down.

You got a little one in there.

I've done this many times

before. Heh.

Well, you had two hands then.

Really? Are you gonna go there?

I'm just saying it's okay to ask

for a little help.

Besides, your husband should be

here.

And where is he?

Oh, he's probably trying to get

eaten by another shark.

[ radio ] The National Weather

Service

is now reporting that a massive

tropical storm

is headed directly for

Washington, D.C.

The NASA Weather Satellite

Center

is tracking the tropical

depression

and recommends residents

make arrangements to evacuate if

necessary.

[ crowd applauds ]

Ladies and gentlemen,

the President of the United

States.

Ladies and gentlemen, for his

heroic actions

in both New York and Los

Angeles,

for saving countless lives

and alerting the world to a new,

terrifying threat,

it is my great honor

to present the country's highest

civilian commendation,

the Presidential Medal of

Freedom,

to Finlay Allen Shepard.

[ applause ]

What's your opinion of these

shark storms, Madam Vice

President?

I feel for the sharks, but

they're wrecking

our schools, our hospitals, our

roads...

It's heavier than I thought it

would be.

[ laughs ] Oh, Ms. Alves from

the "Times."

One question, okay? Yeah. Hey,

so now that you've been awarded

the biggest award

in all of the country, Mr.

Shepard,

where do you go from here?

Home.

Okay. Thank you so much.

Uh, Mr. Benchley from the

"Post."

Mr. Benchley. Fin!

Oh, Martin. How you doing?

Ellen and the kids?

She's good. She's good. She says

hi,

and she wanted to be here, but

it's kind of hard for her

to get on a plane now. You know

what I'm saying?

Madam Vice President,

this is my brother-in-law

Martin.

I'm the good-looking one.

Yeah. Now you know how I feel.

I like her.

Mr. Shepard, follow me, please?

Say, "Sharknado"!

Sharknado. Cool.

You don't mind if I post this,

do you?

No. Cool.

Excuse me, ladies and gentlemen.

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