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QUICK DRAW OF 'THE LAST SHARKNADO: IT'S ABOUT TIME'

Down to Dee (Snider) List cameos in Sharknado 6 Rating: *1/2
It happens in every action movie and you're not supposed to realize it. Characters spout what's called Exposition Dialogue about what's gonna happen, and it happens throughout the action. Then they discuss the next/upcoming obstacle, and so on and so forth...

But in THE LAST SHARKNADO — with a title that may or may not be a send-up on the Italian-made JAWS clone THE LAST SHARK — the characters talk about what they're about to do while in the process of actually doing it, making this extra-cheap-looking intentional epilogue a tedious, tiresome adventure that, even though meant to be bad (i.e. so-bad-it's-good), isn't very enjoyable even with a time-traveling device that could have at least been interesting. But no matter where they go... or rather, when they go... from Prehistoric Times to The Revolutionary War to The Wild West to the Beach Blanket Fifties, it's basically the same scene repeating itself. And at this point, the actual Sharknados are not only silly, they have little to do with the plot, overall. Which is a good time to quit. (Wonder what Ian Ziering, who looks very young for his age... especially compared to fellow BEVERLY HILLS 90210 veteran Tori Spelling... and especially Tara Reid, can possibly do next? That anyone would see, that is...) 
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