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For about 4 brief seconds, one shot of the "crocodiles" head swimming on the surface in the dark reveals it is actually an alligator which can be determined by the bump of it's nose, raised eyes, shape of it's jaws and curved snout. Crocodiles and alligators are different species. There are No Alligators in Australia. See more »
[from the trailer]
Crocs are territorial... he's not going to stop till we're all gone
[facing off against the croc]
Come ON... You BASTARD
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You'll have more sympathy for the Crocodile than the cast.
I enjoyed the start, withe couple lost and arguing, and for some strange reason switching to argue in English, but as soon as the four main thrill seekers appear on screen, it all goes downhill.
I can't remember the last time I watched a good monster in a cave film, there seem to have been quite a few. You watch for ages before anything happens, it literally takes about fifty minutes for anything to happen.
I was genuinely glad when that crocodile got what it wanted. The good looking blonde dude was such a smug character.
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