Movies Are Better With Sharks & This New Meme Is Undeniable, Amazing Proof — PHOTOS
With the confounding success of Sharknado 2: The Second One and this weekend's premiere of Discovery's yearly television event Shark Week, interest in sharks is really at an all time high — and for good reason, because sharks are awesome. Sure, Sharknado 2 isn't a cinematic masterpiece by any means, but it is automatically great because the plot literally surrounds a hurricane of sharks hitting New York City. Sharks make every movie better! Jaws, for instance. Shark Attack 3. The first Sharknado. There's probably scientific evidence to back this claim up, but honestly, I'm too lazy to look it up, so you're just gonna have to trust me on this one. I realize the burden of proof is on me, however, and I am prepared to offer evidence in the form of the new Twitter meme, #moviesmadebetterwithsharks, that is currently trending online.
Think of your favorite movie. Think of The Shawshank Redemption, When Harry Met Sally, Ghostbusters, and The Godfather. Think of Titanic. All great movies and cinematic achievements, but I am about to blow you mind with this totally true fact: They would all be better with sharks in them (especially Titanic, because can you imagine that last scene if Jack had just been dragged away by a shark? That just seems like a missed opportunity). Luckily, to show this, people on Twitter have been constructing alternate movie posters for films that don't have sharks and adding sharks. They're great.
See? Sharks make everything better. Don't trust anyone who disagrees with this fact.
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