Tremors 3 - Back to Perfection Reviews
Oh geez.. They should have done only the first two, this was a freaking crappy sequel and the special effects were just so fake, the story just suck and the characters barely impressed. I expect Tremors 4 to be exactly the same.. can't wait ja..
Burt Gummer returns home to Perfection, Nevada, from a trip to Argentina, where he wiped out a herd of Shriekers. Things are a little different in Perfection now -- the community has become something of a tourist attraction because of a battle against Graboids about 11 years ago. Nancy Sterngood and her 22-year-old daughter Mindy still live in Perfection. Burt's friend Miguel still calls Perfection home. Obnoxious Melvin Plug has moved into real estate, and he is now trying to build homes in Perfection. There are even Graboid comic books on the racks, and Safari Jack Sawyer takes families out on phony Graboid hunts for a few bucks. Burt's pretty disgusted by the whole thing. The Graboids haven't surfaced in Perfection since the battle from 11 years ago, but that hasn't kept Burt from slacking off. His home is like a fort, completely Graboid proof and Shrieker proof. But after 11 years, the Graboids and Shriekers have returned, but this time there's trouble. Government officials show up to protect the monsters, because Graboids are an endangered species. To further complicate things, the Shriekers evolve into a new kind of flying creature that can sense body warmth in much the same way the Shriekers can, and local store owner Jodi Chang, the niece of the late Walter Chang, calls them Ass Blasters. Burt unloads his arsenal of weapons to use against the monsters, and Jack and Jodi team up with him. But since these creatures can fly, and are each carrying a Graboid egg inside of it, Burt, Jack, and Jodi are going to have to watch every single step they take if they are going to stay alive long enough to stop the monsters.
This film, unlike the previous films in the series, is laughably bad and lacks likeable characters. The majority of the supporting cast, or just pretty much everyone except Michael Gross, are horrible at acting and the devastating script doesn't help in the least. Also unlike the previous films in the series, this is the first to feature actual visual special effects, and it's not only bad, it's worse than the completelly fake handpuppets used as the worm's heads. The only reason I would ever recommend watching this movie would be if you could accept that this is a horrible film and could convert it's absurdity and lack of common sense into comedy gold.
(Full review coming soon)