It's weird and funny at the same time because it comes out of nowhere. A sequel to the 2010 film Piranha 3D, it is directed by John Gulager from a screenplay by Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton. Storyline: Lake Victoria's annual Spring party by 50,000 young revelers is about to turn into a feeding frenzy with prehistoric hunger-pains. Piranha 3D is a hoot, for those who know what they are getting into. There is plenty of blood and devoured bodies, especially the bottom half. Piranha is full of cheesy moments, and it works.
McQueen is asked by the Derrick Jerry O'Connell and his Girls Gone Wild stars Danni and Crystal Kelly Brook and Riley Steele to show them the nicest places in town to start filming their next porno film, even though his mother had clearly told him to stay home to babysit his younger brother and sister. And if you walk in Piranha 3D do yourself a favour and watch it in 3D, it's definitely worth it expecting these things, then you'll have a good time. . It stars Danielle Panabaker, Matt Bush, David Koechner, Chris Zylka, Katrina Bowden, Gary Busey, Christopher Lloyd and David Hasselhoff. Lead by the strong-willed, studious Maddy and her friends, Barry and Kyle, the trio must dive in and take on these man-eating creatures using every ounce of their being but can they be stopped? Boobs in 3D, fish in 3D but the things that were used the most were the underwater coral reefs. Blood and Gore is served in buckets and litres, so you might want to be prepared for that, and there's a lot of nudity as well.
If that's not you, you might want to stay away from this one. Dreyfuss only shows up at the beginning of the film. So it's Spring Break, so the fish have hundreds of young drunk teenagers to eat, and boy do they eat. Roth has a total of maybe two scenes as does Lloyd. Of course there's much more to it than that but if I were to write too much about the plot I would probably write a full-length spoiler. The film could have used more of it's cast. An underwater tremor unleashes thousands of hungry Piranha that have thought to have been extinct for millions of years.
He gets sucked into a computer generated whirlpool. With knee-trembler's above the waves and tremors below, released from their dormant sleep, thousands upon thousands of flesh-eating nippers are released into the lake with whetted appetites and razor-sharp teeth. The film decides to stick with the blood and boobs. It went on to have a sequel, to be directed by the now famous James Cameron and it seems that it is time for a remake, in 3D no less. Piranha's can strip a cow to it's bones in minutes, these guys are more aggressive.
Story: An earthquake liberates thousands of bloodthirsty, prehistoric piranhas during the same week Lake Victoria is celebrating the annual spring break, where hundreds of teens come to party every year. Probably not, but the film is fun and excessively violent, which makes for a good time for those looking for b- movie horror goodness. Maybe not a safe bet for young children but teens will have probably seen worse movies. The acting was good, with no one really acting great, but everybody, from Elisabeth Shue to Jerry O'Connell, while going through Kelly Brook, Porn Star Riley Steele, Ving Rhames and small-time actors Jessica Szohr and Steven R. Some scenes had me laughing quite hard while in others, I literally jumped out of my seat. All in all, expect what you expect from the trailers and definitely sit back with your popcorn and drink and get ready for a hell of a ride. Another person wanting a piece of the pie.
I'd go with the latter because the film isn't scary. The plot is simple: fish eat people. The film is one for the people who cheer when someone has their legs torn off. All in all, I was pleased with what I got. This film is full of naked women, left right and centre.
In this case the campy re-make is better than the original, which doesn't take much. Sheriff Julie Forester Elisabeth Shue tries to keep some order until she discovers about the piranhas and tries her best to close the lake with her deputies. Once again, an interesting cast that is not put to good use. Piranha is a film that won't please to everyone: After all, it's sort of meant to laugh of other horror movies that use huge chunks of blood and gore to ''scare'' you, without exactly being a parody. Bad timing, because it's Spring Break.
I'm not letting that affect my review for the film, but I can sense that the film was going to go for one of those jump-scare-abrupt endings. 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. Piranha delivers on the levels it aims for, take that as you want to. He gets the bloody mess off to an interesting start by having Richard Dreyfuss in the film. With a motley crew of strangers thrown together to defend these shores, it is now up to them to prevent the largest eat-out in human, and piranha, history. The fish, who lived in the cavern should have been blind, a point missed by the producer who was too busy recruiting porn stars, Ashlynn Brooke, Gianna Michaels, and Riley Steele for cameos.
Seeing bits of Piranha fly up at you is fun. Rhames, I thought was going to have a more hero type role, he doesn't. We have Richard Dreyfuss, Ving Rhames, Christopher Lloyd and Eli Roth. Though they came to get wet, get loaded and get some, the staff and patrons get more than they bargained for when they must face the fiercest, most bloodthirsty piranhas yet. So people die in bloody, over the top, funny ways.
With a motley crew of strangers thrown together to defend these shores, it is now up to them to prevent the largest eat-out in human, and piranha, history. Synopsis Lake Victoria's annual Spring party by 50,000 young revelers is about to turn into a feeding frenzy with prehistoric hunger-pains. The theatre lost power near the end, so the last 3 or so minutes of the film we saw with no sound, but I could tell what was going to happen, even with the lack of audio. All of them are underused. They've been feeding off each other for millions of years and now they have a variety of meat to pick from.