After a sudden underwater tremor sets free scores of the prehistoric man-eating fish, an unlikely group of strangers must band together to stop themselves from becoming fish food for the area's new razor-toothed residents.
After a sudden underwater earthquake, that releases thousands of prehistoric piranha just in time for spring break. As the spring breakers party at Lake Victoria the piranhas attack and local police, friends and family must work together to stop it.Written by
The film was shot in 2-D and converted to 3-D using the Reali-D conversion process developed by the company, Inner-D. Unlike other 3-D converted films, this movie was always planned to be 3-D. See more »
The 'sinking' boat which needed to be rescued was in fact in the middle of rocks and on rocks and not sinking at all. Once it partially sunk, it stayed there, and the occupants could have just survived as it was. See more »
Like others who've reviewed this film, I too had low expectations but was pleasantly surprised. The action was fast paced, the acting was suitable and propped up a few standout actors. The cinematography mess well with the subject matter. It was at times really in your face but without the god awful shaky cam effect that has been so popular in recent cinema.
I say as far as fun Summer horror fare employing the so overplayed 3D gimmick, Piranha 3D goes down as an instant classic. Most fun I've had in a theater this summer and some of the best looking creature oriented 3D I've ever seen. Go see this film now!
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