“Piranha 3DD” is a 2012 horror-comedy film directed by John Gulager. It is a sequel to the 2010 film “Piranha 3D,” which was itself a remake of the 1978 film “Piranha.” The film stars Danielle Panabaker, David Koechner, and Ving Rhames in lead roles.
The story follows a group of people who run a water park that is set to open for the summer season. However, their plans are disrupted when a swarm of prehistoric piranhas make their way into the park’s water supply, putting everyone at risk.
As the piranhas begin to attack and kill park-goers, the staff and patrons must band together to survive and find a way to stop the deadly creatures. Along the way, they encounter a range of colorful characters, including a sleazy water park owner, a machete-wielding survivalist, and a heroic former cop with a grudge against the fish.
“Piranha 3DD” received negative reviews from critics, with many criticizing its juvenile humor, predictable plot, and lack of scares. However, some praised its over-the-top gore and campy tone, which is typical of the horror-comedy genre.
Overall, “Piranha 3DD” is a mixed bag that may appeal to fans of gory horror-comedies, but is unlikely to win over many new converts. While it has its moments of humor and excitement, it ultimately falls short of being a truly memorable or worthwhile film.
Duration: 83 min.