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An experimental rocket lands near a habitat for a crocodile called "Stella". The payload is an experimental nano technology programmed to survive at all costs. Soon "Stella" encounters the nanotechnology in her food, changing her slowly to the dismay of her keepers. Soon the military show up and take over as man versus Robocroc becomes heated eating it's way through teens at a water park to military men/woman. It soon to find that someone inside the military camp may be helping "Stella" get away for scientific purpose! Will they survive the cunning of man , beast , and technology?Written by
In this standard sub-par "Syfy" TV Movie, a water park called "Adventure Cove" is terrorized after debris from outer space causes a crocodile named "Stella" to turn robotic and attack people. Resident zoo-keeper Corin Nemec (as Jim Duffy), the man who brought "Stella" to the park, takes the heroic leading role. Newly hired marine biologist Lisa McAllister (as Jane Spencer) arrives, coincidently, to assist. Also appearing are sneaky scientist Dee Wallace (as Riley) and US military man Steven Hartley (as Montgomery). Already making the scene is Mr. Nemec's son Jackson Bews (as Rob). He may stand a chance with attractive Florence Brudenell-Bruce (as Sydney), who arouses with a bikini and other skimpy clothing. More fully dressed, Ms. Wallace is also fun to watch.
**** Robo Croc (9/14/013) Arthur Sinclair ~ Corin Nemec, Lisa McAllister, Jackson Bews, Dee Wallace
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