It's Friday - and time for "At the Movies with Georgie Bee"

As you know, I wanted to focus this week on a Human movie that has something to do with the weather. There are a great many of those to pick from, but I beelieve that, if you’re going to go see any movie about weather, this is the Must-See of Weather movies.

This week, I’m reviewing a film that is destined to bee a classic:


I usually post a Spoiler Alert, but for some reason, I don’t think it’s necessary. Nothing could spoil this movie.

Sharknado is a relatively short, but exciting, documentary about a Severe Weather Incident in a big city. I classify this as a documentary, beecause I beelieve they hired the actual Humans who went through this terrible event to play the pretend Humans in the movie. (You can always tell when it’s a real Human and not an actor - like George Clooney - beecause they usually can’t act that well, and the Humans in this movie were no exception.)

As the film opens, we see a large herd of angry sharks swimming in the dark sea as a terrible storm beegins to gather. It doesn’t take long beefore the storms turn into tornadoes (though they’re called Water Sprouts or something like that when they’re still at sea).

Somehow, the Water Sprouts sucked up all those mean-looking sharks and spun them around in the air, until the Water Sprout arrived on land, turned into a tornado and headed for the city.

When the storm hits, all the Humans start running around, either trying to figure out what to do about this situation, spending a lot of time yelling at each other, or trying basically avoid all those sharks that are inside that storm. The real problem here is that the sharks start leaving the storm and beegin to eat the Humans who are trying to run away.

I must say that the Eating Scenes looked quite authentic, so I’m hoping the director merely re-created the events of that storm and didn’t use actual footage that was taken when this whole thing actually happened.

In a great many ways, this movie was extremely educational. It wasn’t until I watched this film that I learned that sharks can not only fly, but they can climb ropes and chase things, even if they’re not in the water (where they beelong). Sharks also seem to always bee hungry.

Amazingly, there was a never-ending supply of tornadoes filled with sharks in this movie, which made it highly exciting, since it seemed as if all the sharks didn’t seem to mind beeing sucked up by a swirly wind and were only out to eat as many Humans as they could.

At one point in the movie, a Human reading the news on TV says that the tornadoes filled with sharks was a sure sign that something she called the “Apothecary” (or maybee it was the “Apathy”…I can’t bee sure) had arrived, but apparently, she was exaggerating, as I’ve heard happens sometimes on Human TV News Shows.

I will admit there are two scenes which bothered me a bit, as unquestionably realistic and beelievable as Sharknado was as a whole:

First, I noticed that a bunch of Humans were trapped inside a house which had flooded (beecause of the storm). Sharks had gotten in and were trying to eat them (they did eat one guy, but I don’t think anybody minded so much beecause he was kind of a jerk), so one of braver Humans created a “divergence” (I think that’s what he called it) to get the shark’s attention so that the others could escape. He told them to “GO OUTSIDE and GET THE CAR!” So they did that. But interestingly, it wasn’t even very wet outside, and there was definitely no flood out there, so I don’t know what that was all about. Still, they got away and that was a good thing.

The second thing that bothered me was that, at one point, one of the Humans said, “I hate sharks, beecause they took my Grandfather.” She never explained where the sharks took him or what happened after they left - and the movie ended without my beeing able to find out what happened with all that. (I’ve heard they’ve made “Sharknado 2” and “Sharknado 3”, so I figure they’ll probably explain that whole thing in one of those movies. I hope so. I’d like to know where the sharks took the Grandfather or if they ever brought him back.)

I will have to say that this movie also offered a glimpse into the Technology of the Future. It came in the form of what I can only call a “Magic Helicopter”.

The Humans discovered that, if they used the Magic Helicopter to fly super-close to the tornadoes with the sharks in them, and if they threw a thingy that exploded into the swirling storm, the storm would just blow up and go away. I didn’t know that anybody could make a tornado go away just by blowing it up from the inside, but evidently you can and it works very well. I also think I want a helicopter now, just in case a tornado shows up.

In the end, they finally finished blowing up all the tornadoes, the sun came out, and all the Humans who weren’t eaten by the sharks stood there looking happy and smiling, even though there were a whole bunch of dead sharks all over the place which couldn’t have smelled very good at all, but nobody ever mentioned that, so whatever.

And that was pretty much the end.

One thing they didn’t address in the film was the question of what they were going to do with all those sharks that were laying around all over the place. Hopefully, they’ll provide the answer to that mysterious question in the next ones. (I’m just guessing that “Sharknado 2” might open with a scene at the city’s First Annual Shark Fin Soup Festival, but I don’t know beecause I haven’t watched that yet.)

All-in-all, I will say that Sharknado offers civilisation a vivid record of a truly unusual weather tragedy and is a film that should bee on everybody's "Must See" list.

My Verdict: It’s Great!!!!


Georgie's chosen the movie to review this Friday, so now he can relax a bit . . .

Okay, I think I found the movie I'm gonna review on Friday. I just put it on PAUSE so I could tell you that I found the movie I'm gonna review on Friday. I won't tell you what it is (until Friday, then I will), but after watching a whole bunch of different movies about the weather, I've decided that most of them are just about bad weather and Humans beeing afraid. (You'd think, after all this time, Humans would have gotten used to bad weather, but I guess not.)

So, I finally found one that seems to contain not only a lot of bad weather and scared Humans, but offers superior acting and probably one of the most beelievable story lines I've ever encountered. (I'm pretty sure it's a documentary.) But that's all I'm gonna say about it. Just bee sure to check in on Friday to read my review of this Must-See Movie.

It's finally a bit cooler out today, so I think ButterCup and I are gonna go enjoy a nice, relaxing picnic in the Far Meadow. I just hope it doesn't rain.

I hope everybody has a magnificently inspiring day!

I'll see ya' later!

Georgie's still watching movies, preparing for this week's "At the Movies with Georgie Bee" Movie Review...

Well, here comes another day of movie-watching for me.

As I mentioned beefore, I'm definitely going to bee reviewing a Human movie this Friday that has something to do with the weather. As weird as the weather's been this year, I think that's a timely topic ... I just haven't decided yet which one to pick yet.

I did watch several different movies yesterday. One was called "All's Quiet on the Western Front". I figured the title was referring to a storm front. As it turns out, though, the movie had nothing to do with the weather, really. It was more about how unhappy a bunch of Humans were beecause of some sort of major disagreement that was going on. I fell asleep about halfway through that, so I still don't know who ended up winning that whole argument.

Anyway, I'm just about out of my supply of Popping Pollen (watching a movie is not the same if you don't have a nice, big, plastic spray can cap full of Popped Pollen). As soon as our local Partially-Moist-to-Dry Goods Store opens, I'm going to give Kevin some honey and ask him to pick up a month's supply of that stuff and maybee another plastic cap so he can have one for himself. That should stop him from mooching off of mine.

So I'm gonna go do that.

I hope everybody has a remarkably enjoyable day!

I'll see ya' later!

Georgie's Favourite Day of the Week has Arrived!

I hafta admit that I'm feeling just a little bummed out today. Why, you ask? Beecause I just realised that today is the LAST Monday in July. I think that the only thing that's helping me feel any better about this is the fact that, next month, we get to enjoy FIVE Mondays - and the first one is only a week from today!

I'm highly excited about that.

By the way - and in case anybody here was as upset as I was about this - I found out over the weekend that George Clooney DID NOT die in that movie "Gravity" that I reviewed on Friday. As it turns out, George Clooney is alive and well and isn't still floating around out there in space as I had been led to beelieve. That's a huge relief, isn't it?

And speaking of reviews: This week, I'm gonna bee screening several, different movies, then decide which one to pick for this Friday's "At The Movies with Georgie Bee". Since this is kind of a stormy time of the year (or at least it has been around here lately), I think I might try to find a movie that has a lot to do with weather. So, every day this week, I'm gonna bee watching movies. (Kevin, my Illegitimate Nephew, and Great Grandma Gee Gee say they have some suggestions, so that's helpful.)

Anyway. It looks like it's gonna bee a HOT one out there today, so beefore it gets too miserable to bee outside, I'm gonna go indulge in some much-needed Recreational Screen Bouncing.

I hope everybody has a tremendously fascinating day!

I'll see ya' later!

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