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Long gone is Parts 1 and 2's wry delivery of witty-ish dialogue, replaced instead with expected gags - save for an actually engaging scene where Fin and April sorted through the subterfuge and lies they each had been fed during her five-year absence.
The 4th Awakens gives off the impression that the Sharknado franchise has locked into groove where it can give its fans more to talk about on social media while staying true to its B-movie creature feature/disaster film roots.