There are no special features, only a few added scenes of full frontal nudity, oral sex, and bouncing breasts. Locals assure him the crocs are gone, but his mischievous young son finds a few baby crocs and begins feeding them. They're not really successful at this, resulting in a lot of casualties. When the reptiles are huge, they leave the lake and attack hikers and people that are camping nearby the lake to eat. The scenes jumped around to where you did not get a good feeling of flow or natural movement. Das ahnt auch eine Jagdführerin, die sich eine außergewöhnliche Trophäe erhofft.
First to say is this is an animal attack based story,so the basic animal should look like one described in the story. The first group, a fairly knowledgeable group, and the second group, not so knowledgably. Yancy Butler and dependable Michael Ironside provide strong support with Butler giving the proceedings some much needed comedy relief. Ellie decides to search for Brett, upsetting Aaron who walks the other way, only to be attacked by a crocodile. My vote is one awful. But generally I sit through a movie once I started it.
Could the director explain why the gators always grab people's shoes, and drag them for 20 minutes before they decide whether to kill them or not? Gory, maybe, but even the sex parts aren't all that sexy. The rest of the acting, i hate it. Though not as bad as this, I would compare it to a person being a though guy one minute and a meek guy the next. Charlie spies on them and watches them stripping their clothes and by taking pictures, but then is devoured by a crocodile. Well nothing much to be expected here.
There are parts that will seem to not make sense and at the end, you start to have a number of questions come up in your mind that will not be answered. The movie has a couple with a son move into a home when grandma dies. That they're considered bad parents by the majority of the townspeople seems a little excessive considering their reputation and really makes no sense to be included, and the storyline about having gone for several years without even telling their parents about the creatures right outside their house makes no sense for the kids come off incredibly bad over that fact. Walt is devoured, but the others escape to shore and are stranded in the woods. And it seems to be carried through in all aspects of the movie. They quickly grow into very big adults and start attacking the game warden's family and nearby town.
I feel the biggest problem the movie had was that many of the characters for the most part seem to develop in the story fairly well, but then are jerked out of the story. It has to be one of the worst films this year, certain films shouldn't have sequels, Jaws was passable at number two but no more and Lake Placid should have stayed at just the one. The script was very good in certain parts, and to be kind, I will say not so good in other parts. These films really should go back to the 'old school' plastic critter effects, they'd be a lot cooler if they did so. I did watch it all, but often felt I was on a race car moving fast one minute and slow the next.
The film is quite a bit better than the last chapter, especially the acting. However, the light hearted moments are overshadowed by the dark, gritty horror of the giant alligator attacks that threaten to destroy all life. Unfortunately Nathan's son Connor Jordan Grehs discovers some baby crocs near by and secretly feeds them until they grow into deadly crocs as well and start terrorizing the locals once again. Grandma kept a chainsaw in the refrigerator. And a family with troubles that somehow manages to save the day. The story is so ridiculous that it is impossible that an adult has written such silliness.
And more fun than fright. Maybe if you're a die-hard Colin Ferguson fan? Reba agrees and takes Brett out onto the lake in her boat with Jonas and Walt. This is so bad that the longer it goes the more you want the crocodiles to eat everyone. You could probably guess most of it by now and the only real question is who lives and who dies. In this third installment we return to the lake where a new game warden Colin Ferguson takes over the house where the old ladies were feeding the crocs earlier. This was atrocious, horrible, stupid, idiotic, retarded and a disgrace to anybody living, dead and yet to be born! The monster size crocs look like they are made of rubber. There's really nothing redeeming about this film.
Still, the finale in the supermarket is the best with a lot of successful barricading, lots of action as they chase the group throughout the aisles and force plenty of enjoyable times going after the group which is where this all score as the action rather nicely for a spectacular finale which has a lot to like. Whatever you think of horror movies to be, this will still possibly be the bottom of the barrel. It's a shame so many people watched something so cheap when there are many better movies out there. All the women in the movie are easy on the eyes. Oh my god don't even try to watch this awful movie. The reptiles are so unreal.
Some would not like it but it does grab your attention, and what you first think might be going to happen, doesn't and you get a whole new perspective to things. The only thing separating this one from the others is the inclusion of the young boy viewing the crocodiles as his pets. All of the above is ridiculously stupid and badly developed. Nathan Bickerman Colin Ferguson is a game warden that relocates his family. The acting, well it was wholeheartedly attempted, and actually most weren't too shabby. Me, personally, I have always had a thing for Yancy Butler, something about those eyes, they are so captivating.
The lake has been searched with sonar. Sometime later, Nathan, is taking a group of tourists around the lake, telling them of the crocodiles that are believed to be extinct. And also writer David Reed, who has never written a feature before. Griff Furst directs this third visit to Lake Placid, Main; where the crocodiles are known for chomping. I enjoyed Lake Placid 1.