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Good title, maybe the best feature of the movie. This movie walks on the line between bad movies and good ones. Let's say it's a "good" B-movie.
The story looks somewhat like a big mess, sometimes it works, sometimes you really feel like you should stop watching and do something else.
Same for the actors, sometimes they are OK, sometimes it doesn't work, sometimes they're good.
Anyway, actors and characters are moving, maybe that's what kept me watching even if the dialogues aren't always really good.
Too many things are wrong about "les yeux jaunes des crocodiles" and let me tell you it's a real shame because all the actors involved deserve better, even Samuel Le bihan whom wasn't that bad 15 years ago.
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