Sharknado came out last summer in 2012. It is the most hilarious movie ever. Basically a hurricane (even though it’s technically a typhoon because it’s in the Pacific Ocean but they don’t care) that washes sharks through the city of LA and after the city floods tornados form made of sharks. The main character, who is a guy who owns a bar that would resemble hooters, realizes that he can use a helicopter to drop bombs to blow up the sharknadoes. It is extremely low budget as you might tell. You know how in some movies they have family fights which are cheesy but they are well set up. well, in this movie the daughter is just like “dad and mom you care to much about you son instead of your daughter and your daughter is me.” one thing that gets on my nerves is that the never explain how they can make bombs in a hardware store and if they drop them somehow they tornado just blows up like poof!

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The Ghost Army

The Ghost Army if you were wondering is (well actually was) a real thing. The Ghost Army Deployed in June 1944. Does that date sound familiar to anybody? If you didn’t know that was the month of Overlord ( A.K.A D day or The Battle of Normandy.) They used some would would say different weapons then army’s of that time. They came fully armed with inflatable tanks on inflatable boats. They had also used sound affects to scare a entire army away. They were a secret unit of the U.S. part of the army (the allies on D day consisted of Canada The U.S and Britain). Overall the Ghost army which made the allies look 3 times as big made germany spread there forces thin which overall increased are chances of victory. If you wan’t to know more then watch the film The Ghost Army.