The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Crocodile remains a shocking depiction of day-to-day struggles in a dog-eat-dog world. It also comes with one of those hauntingly beautiful endings for which Kim has since become rightly famous.
The only thing I'm looking for in a movie of this sort is a lot of scenes featuring the killer croc eating people.
Tobe Hooper returns with another killer-reptillian themed film with the first being the odd 1977 video nasty Eaten Alive (aka Death Trap). This one is pretty standard stuff about a pissed off over-sized Croc munching its way through a group of teens on spring break holiday on Lake Sobek. It's actually quite entertaining despite the unoriginal plot and bad effects. Could have done with a bit more gore, but the film is never boring and is a decent time-filler. Probably the most enjoyable of the Nu-Image creature-feature productions.
Dear creature feature film makers. Please stop filling your movies with douchbags.
Another low budget horror as a giant croc feasts on young teens on a break. You might like if you liked Lake Placid, Frankenfish.
The director of the classic Texas Chainsaw Massacre brings us this fantastic slice of creature feature entertainment. Terrible CGI and very poor acting make this a comical masterpiece. It does however have some slow points, and a bizarre back story.
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