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Black Water

Croc film based on true events

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  • Mar 18, 2012
Admittedly, "Black Water" carries the same staple that has driven crocodile horror movies in recent years. A group of people stranded in an area stalked by a crocodile. Director does do something quite different as the film has a lack of CGI here, and what may be seen as a weakness, the film has a realistically 'sized' common Saltwater crocodile.

The film's weakness come through when the second half of the movie is all about being stuck in a tree, and it sure limits its room for plotting. True, there is the peril of a man-eater but such an isolated space with a three main characters usually start becoming redundant. The lack of CGi was a plus here, as it relied on animatronics and animal training to get things done. It did have an eerie feeling of dread especially when it was nighttime.

Thankfully the performances were good and the film avoids the cliches of a monster movie in the last act. There is no explosion or fancy action -driven chase, but rather an end that fit the characters and their situation. It is after based on true events.

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March 20, 2012
I enjoyed this one.
March 19, 2012
Great photography once again!
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      BLACK WATER      Black Water is a movie about a group of friends who go out into the water one day with a tour guide to go fishing. After leaving from their mother's house two sisters and one's boyfriend head out for a road trip. After visiting a croc farm they decide it is time to go fishing, doesn't seem like the right move right? So after getting a guide to take them out they spend an uneventful day out on the water that is until the boat …
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