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A while ago there was a fake trailer, that set up a movie where a shark was in a swimming pool and everyone panicked because they didn't know what to do. It played finely and made great fun of many horror clichés, like people jumping into the pool, even though that was where the shark was and they still went in like lemmings on a suicide mission ... well you get the point.
Why do I mention it? Well even though it's a "crocodile" here (well the CGI is so bad, you almost wish Ed Wood made this with some rubber alligator! Would've been a lot funnier!) and a lake, the people here seem to be as "stupid" as the ones in the fake trailer. Unfortunately it is not played for laughs, but they try to make it serious and fail on a big scale. Add to that the predictability, the bad writing, directing and "acting" and you have something that either can make a good party/drink film or you should just stay away from as far as possible. You kinda feel sorry for Alligators and Zoe Bell.
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