AVClub: When Sharknado introduced us to Ian “Fin” Ziering, Tara “Line?” Reid, and their trusty shark rippin’ chainsaws, I loved every dumb second of it. When Sharknado 2: The Second One built upon that momentum, casting everyone from Today Show hosts to Richard Kind to Vivica A. Fox into its world of chaos and buzzsaw arms, I loved it even more. I gave both movies solid A’s and I would do it again, because they embody exactly the right kind of mindless stupidity that a B-movie should. Both gleefully rained unholy terror and endless shark guts down on its hapless heroes, who either kicked ass or cantered away like they were halfheartedly trying to make it to a work meeting. Sharknado and Sharknado 2 let people turn their brains off and watch the nonsensical efforts of people who turned theirs off long ago. Plus, there’s just no point in giving something with the word “sharknado” in its title anything other than an A or an F. It’s either entertaining or it’s not.