Piranha 3D is directed by Alexandre Aja, and it stars Elizabeth Shue, Adam Scott, Jerry O'Connell, and Ving Rhames in a horror comedy about a seismic activity that allowed access to thousands of piranhas of a specific species that haven't been alive for millions of years, and knowing that they are vicious that'll eat anything that moves, the sheriffs want to close the lake because of the piranhas, but the people in aren't listening and get to the lake, where a lot of them get attacked by them. This was one of the lost that I downloaded from Netflix, and I downloaded wanted to watch this because I've seen this before and remember liking it based on the piranha aspect. So when watching this again, I can definitely say that I really like it, even though it's not fantastic. The acting is good, although nothing special except for Christopher Lloyd because it's Christopher Lloyd in a piranha horror film. I was interested in the piranha aspect of where it come from, and what the characters are dealing with before it's too late. It shows the terror of not being safe in the lake from thousands of piranhas eating people away, and it can be terrifying to watch if you were in that situation and can't find a way to get to the shore. The humor is good at some points, and it has a balance of taking itself seriously and being campy based on what the trailer gave us. The gore practical effects look amazingly gross to look at, and the computer effects of the piranhas look really good, although the computer effects on the gore can look cheesy at times, which I'm not sure if that's what they were going for there. The score by Michael Wandmacher has some catchy tunes that fit the party aspect, and the writing by Pete Goldfinger and Josh Stolberg seem to understand how to have fun here, which I was starting to see how they did well with Jigsaw. The characters are pretty stocked here, and while I'll give it props that the movie went all out with the gratuitous nudity that shows it's hard R, I was more interested in what's going on with the research of the piranhas instead of a film crew making porn in a boat with naked ladies on a boat. It's not smart, but it wasn't suppose to be, and the way it ended didn't make sense that was going on with the context of the lake and the boat together in the piranha situation. Piranha wasn't trying to be a masterpiece of horror filmmaking, but a fun campy film that shows what would happen if the piranhas of that specific species existed in present day, and I think it did a good job of it, while making its own thing that stand out from the typical kind of horror film that you have seen.