In the Australian outback, a park ranger and two local guides set out to track down a giant crocodile that has been killing and eating the local populace. During the hunt, one of the guides...
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In the Australian outback, a park ranger and two local guides set out to track down a giant crocodile that has been killing and eating the local populace. During the hunt, one of the guides discovers that he has an ESP connection to the giant creature. Written by
This film remains unreleased in its country of origin, Australia. This is apparently due to Avco Embassy owning the Australian distribution rights but they went bust just prior to the films release. See more »
Here's a killer croc tale that goes a different direction, and takes a more realistic standpoint, than the other "croc just to shock", "unrealistic monster tales, with a fresh resolution. This straight to video movie, isn't half bad, and I must say I enjoyed it, after initially just watching it for Jarrett. Nineteen years, prefore Mick Taylor, young looker, Jarrett, plays the much nicer, masculine park ranger hero, where hottie Nikki Coghill, a journalist, adding sultry sex appeal, in the unforgiving Darwinian heat, has popped back up into his life. A croc has tragically, brutally taken the life of a child, and some others, so the locals are taking it somewhat personal, as does these posse of revenge fueled hunters. Here's Jarrett's dilemma: a band of aboriginals want the Croc caught and saved, as it carries the spirit of their past, where they want it dropped back to it's original dreaming locale, so we really have good conflict, where a really tense climax is drawn, the last fifteen minutes, almost gold. Yes, a Croc tale with a different spin, but more so here, we're in realistic waters with Jarrett. It's kind of sad, in it's snubbed cinematic injustice, as here's quite a good well put together pic. To call it a yarn, doesn't feel right. It's unfitting. It's more respective of that. There's a more realistic aura hanging about here, than probably about every other croc tale.... that's if you discount 2007's fine Croc piece, Black Water. Of course, this movie is not as good as that, but this one does pack real bite, like some of the performances, but Jarrett does play it quite down pat, where his acting's not gonna be remembered here, in his better looker days.
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