Piranha 3DD (2012)

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After the events at Lake Victoria, the pre-historic school of blood-thirsty piranhas make their way into a newly opened waterpark.

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30 June 2012 | darkraven_109
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| Thank god I waited for the DVD
PIRANHA 3DD is one of those movies that makes you question your own intelligence after watching it. I bought the DVD knowing I was in for a trash-gore horror/ comedy movie but Christ, I didn't expect it to be this bad.

The dialogue is bad, the acting is flat and the "scares" suck. For a horror movie, the scares were not only predictable (which is still a bit forgivable) but really bland. It's only now I remember being this bored at the sight of excessive blood. Also the fan-service was more annoying than anything; I may be a guy but I want a HORROR movie, not a cheap horror movie spliced into an episode of "Girls Gone Wild." I remember the times when horror movies had more blood and actual horror instead of mentally challenged large-breasted girls running around like idiots.

If there's one thing the movie got right, it's the comedy. I wasn't laughing all throughout but the cameos from Ving Rhames and David Hasselhoff were fun while they lasted. A couple of jokes got me but that's it. You know there's a problem with a horror movie when the end-credits montage of gags and jokes is more entertaining than the whole damn movie.

I'm really thankful I waited for the DVD release of this movie instead of watching it on the big screen. The only consolation I got was the fact that I didn't spend as much after watching that disaster called GHOST RIDER: SPIRIT OF VENGEANCE and LOCKOUT.

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