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Surprisingly better than I expected. More of an examination of humanity than a mindless monster film. "We all have to leave the past sometime … if life is going to mean anything."
A film where the creature isn't the star and too much human drama weighs down the experience.
3.5/5. My favorite of the Black Lagoon series. This film takes a weird and interesting departure with a high concept story and more developed characters than typical of these types of films.
I have watched the two earlier movies and I couldn't wait to watch this one. I had originally thought this movie was going to be dumb and cheesey. Turns out it was even better than the second one and I was in suspense during the whole movie. Although it was not as good as the original this comes close and this had a better ending than the original. In fact this was the best movie ending ever.
What Happened? Is this supposed to be a sequel to the original two. He doesn't even swim in this version, and does suicide. Who came up with this? They should be fired!
Third and final installment of the "Creature" trilogy, The final entry to a classic franchise. Even though it's less strong than the firs two, this sequel is still very much entertaining and a must see for classic horror movie.
not very good has its moments
Not very good, and the poster is a poster of lies.
didn't really care much for this one.
sequel #3 not so much