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Lake Placid 2 (2007)

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"The sequel to the 1999 cult movie Lake Placid finds the inhabitants of the sleepy town that was previously terrorised by a giant crocodile battling against several more of the mutant beasts."

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Phil Davies Brown
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Review Date: 17 April 2008 My Rating: out of 5


This belated sequel sees small town cop Sheriff Riley (John Schneider) having to deal with multiple bloodthirsty crocodiles, as a bunch of local kids (including Rileyís soon) party at the lake, unaware of the danger that lurks nearby.

Essentially following the path set out by itís predecessor, Lake Placid 2 is a made for TV movie that does what itís supposed to and thatís make a buck off of a successful film whilst entertaining and in a goofy way it does just that.

The cast members all have big shoes to fill (everyone essentially plays the same roles found in the first film) and whilst they donít really compare to any of their predecessors, they do good jobs.

The film is technically competent and aesthetically pleasing to a point, thanks to the sun kissed locations, but the dreadful CGI ruins various shot compositions.

The film is a little bit gory and thereís plenty body parts, blood and boobs to be found, so fans of dodgy creature features are sure to have a giggle with this.

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