Piranha 3DD Reviews

  • Piranha 3DD
    • Genre : Thriller, Horror
    • Release Date :
    • MPAA Rating : R
    • Duration : 83 minute(s)
    • Production Budget : 20
    • Studio : Dimension Films
    • Official Site : http://www.piranha-3d.com/
    • Reviews Rate
      Not quite bad, but it's not recommended either.

    • Readers Rate

Movie Reviews

  • when the movie falls flat - and it does, especially in an unfunny and nauseating love scene involving a piranha hiding inside a hoo-ha - it's a drag
    by Staci Layne Wilson [Horror.com ]
  • this sequel has "outrageous" stamped across its chest, which not only ruins the joke but also could endanger the implants
    by Jay Stone [Ottawa Citizen ]
  • there's little wit or sense on view, just cheesy gross-outs and profanities strung together; plot, characters and all that other stuff are clearly beside the point, and for some potential viewers
    1.5 of 4 by Michael Gingold [Fangoria ]
  • The tempting trailer for this over-inflated sequel to 2010's B-movie horror suggested that it would deliver pneumatic bliss and bloody piscine horror in equal measure. Synthetic, lifeless and shapeless, it offers nothing of the kind. The flesh-eating pre
    1 of 5 by Nigel Floyd [Time Out New York ]
  • some of the gags just don't "hit" or "pop", leaving the audience sort of quietly giggling to themselves
    3 of 5 by Brad Miska [Bloody Disgusting ]
  • sadly, a protracted first act doesn't catch fire as sundry good-looking youngsters get chomped in knockabout nastiness which isn't that effective
    3 of 5 by Kim Newman [Empire Magazine ]
  • oddly, Gulager's depiction of these cartoonish events seems restrained-if anything the film, it's too understated
    2 of 5 by Todd Gilchrist [Boxoffice Magazine ]
  • ludicrous pack-traveling creatures who seem to lack long-term goals
    3 of 5 by Mack Rawden [Cinema Blend ]
  • funny, inane and with quotable dialogue to rivalAnchorman, Piranha 3DD is too stupid to miss
    by Stephen [Mildconcern.com ]
  • despite the title's big-bosom promise, the treatment of living female flesh is largely perfunctory, as though fulfilling a contractual obligation embedded in the title
    by Leslie Felperin [Variety ]
  • "there's something in the water" all right, and apparently it's making movies (and audiences) progressively more stupid
    1.5 of 4 by Bruce Demara [Toronto Star ]
  • Reviewed by Rich Phippen [Sky Movies ]

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