Piranha 3DD


Piranha 3DD

Overview:

After the events at Lake Victoria, the prehistoric school of blood-thirsty piranhas make their way into swimming pools, plumbing, and a newly opened water park.

Votes 306 (4.1/10)

Runtime: 83 minutes

Release Date 2012-05-11

Budget: $5,000,000.00

Revenue: $8,493,728.00

Website: Link

Tagline: Twice the Teeth. Twice the Terror.

Production company:

  • Dimension Films
  • Mark Canton Productions
  • Intellectual Properties Worldwide

Production country:

  • United States of America

Genres:

  • Horror
  • Thriller
  • Comedy

Trailer

Further Information

Maddy
Danielle Panabaker
Danielle Panabaker
Barry
Matt Bush
Matt Bush
Shelby
Katrina Bowden
Katrina Bowden
Josh
Jean-Luc Bilodeau
Jean-Luc Bilodeau
Chet
David Koechner
David Koechner
Kyle
Chris Zylka
Chris Zylka
Himself
David Hasselhoff
David Hasselhoff
Mr. Goodman
Christopher Lloyd
Christopher Lloyd
Andrew
Paul Scheer
Paul Scheer
Clayton
Gary Busey
Gary Busey
Mo
Clu Gulager
Clu Gulager
Kiki
Irina Voronina
Irina Voronina
Young Mother
Sylvia Jefferies
Sylvia Jefferies
Hysteric / Stocky Woman
Alisa Harris
Alisa Harris
Deputy Fallon (uncredited)
Ving Rhames
Ving Rhames
Big Dave
Adrian Martinez
Adrian Martinez
Travis
Paul James Jordan
Paul James Jordan
Ashley
Meagan Tandy
Meagan Tandy
Bethany
Sierra Fisk
Sierra Fisk
Rochelle
Jenna Hurt
Jenna Hurt
Director
John Gulager
John Gulager
Writer
Marcus Dunstan
Marcus Dunstan
Writer
Patrick Melton
Patrick Melton
Writer
Joel Soisson
Joel Soisson
Characters
Pete Goldfinger
Pete Goldfinger
Characters
Josh Stolberg
Josh Stolberg
Producer
Mark Canton
Mark Canton
Producer
Joel Soisson
Joel Soisson
Producer
Marc Toberoff
Marc Toberoff
Original Music Composer
Elia Cmiral
Elia Cmiral
Director of Photography
Alexandre Lehmann
Alexandre Lehmann
Editor
Martin Bernfeld
Martin Bernfeld
Editor
Devin C. Lussier
Devin C. Lussier
Editor
Kirk M. Morri
Kirk M. Morri
Casting
Nancy Nayor
Nancy Nayor
Production Design
Ermanno Di Febo-Orsini
Ermanno Di Febo-Orsini
Camera Operator
Bo Webb
Bo Webb
Music Editor
Matt Friedman
Matt Friedman
Set Decoration
Thurston Edwards
Thurston Edwards
Costume Design
Carol Cutshall
Carol Cutshall
Key Hair Stylist
Kari Delaney
Kari Delaney
Key Makeup Artist
Holly Sago
Holly Sago
Makeup Department Head
Cecilia Veradi
Cecilia Veradi
First Assistant Director
Alisa Fredericks
Alisa Fredericks
Art Department Coordinator
Emma Madeline Ross
Emma Madeline Ross
Supervising Sound Editor
Trip Brock
Trip Brock
Dialogue Editor
Jackie Johnson
Jackie Johnson
Sound Effects Editor
Peter D. Lago
Peter D. Lago
Sound Effects Editor
Alexander Pugh
Alexander Pugh
Dialogue Editor
Ian Shedd
Ian Shedd
Special Effects Supervisor
David Beavis
David Beavis
Visual Effects Supervisor
Jeff Lietz
Jeff Lietz
Stunt Coordinator
John Copeman
John Copeman
Key Costumer
Catherine Bayley
Catherine Bayley
Costume Supervisor
Victor M. Giarrusso
Victor M. Giarrusso
Supervising Music Editor
Mike Flicker
Mike Flicker
Music Supervisor
Richard Glasser
Richard Glasser
Script Supervisor
Amber Harley
Amber Harley
Production Coordinator
Jason Salzman
Jason Salzman

John Chard

The joke is firmly on us. I myself like a lot of cinematic offerings that require the brain to be left at the door. There's something very calming about being able to sit back and drive oneself into a movie with absolutely no worries about themes, agendas, politico posturing and etc. What shouldn't be tolerated is when film makers ask you to not only leave your brain at the door, but to also dribble with it and slam dunk it into the nearest garbage can. Alexandre Aja's 2010 redux of Piranha was a whole bunch of fun, even away from the 3D, in 2D form it had a devilish glint in its eye, but this on the other hand is an embarrassment to all involved. Who doesn't love the female form? Whatever your sexual proclivities et al, you would have to be dead to not appreciate the splendour of Eve's offspring. But when it's your main selling point, when you are only trying to please a very small movie watching demographic, then you got problems. John Gulager (director in the broadest context of the word) wants to craft a Porky's for this latest hairy palmed generation, whilst he even thinks a touch of Grindhouse might curry favour with the mall rats and skaters. Everything about this picture stinks, the acting, the hopeless attempts at suspense, badly timed jokes, poor stereotyping, laughable effects work, and on it goes. Standing up and saying it's meant to be tacky, corny and tongue in cheek just doesn't cut the mustard here, bad film making is just that, especially when it's done purely to make money. Right, I'm off to dive into a tank full of piranha fish, because that will surely be better than having to ever sit through this movie again. 1/10

Kenneth Axel Carlsson

The piranhas are back. Why? Not really sure, don't really care. But they are, and its a sad sight. This time they manage to lure their way into a water park, and you surely imagine what will happen. An endless amount of pointless killings, blood... everywhere. There are people too, mind you, a virgin, a greedy dude, a celebrity lifeguard, a couple of innocent youths and a corrupt cop, and more... but it matters not, they can't save eachother, and they certainly can't save this movie. I have to admit, I knew what I was going into, but I still sad down and watched it. It was painful to say the least, and the few laughs that were provided, were... horrible forced laughs. I would really like to know which people love these type of movies and why they watch them. Why I watched it, you ask? I wish I had a good answer. Anyways, my days watching anything remotely like this, are... over. _Last words..._

Gimly

Inventive title, 'Hoff cameo, Josh cut off his penis. _Piranha 3DD_ leans in hard on the stupid factor of the franchise, had this been coupled with a little more humour, that'd totally work, unfortunately, it's more dumb than fun. Still a pretty good time if this is your sort of thing, but less so than even its predecessor. _Final rating:★★ - Had some things that appeal to me, but a poor finished product._

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