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The Crocodile




Suitable for mature persons.

NOTE: Violence and infrequent coarse language

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The Crocodile 3D (aka Croczilla) is a 2012 Chinese comedy monster horror film.

Xiao (10) lives in a small Chinese village on the outskirts of town on a Crocodile Farm. With no friends of his own age, or size, Xiao befriends Amao, a thirty-six foot crocodile, who was captured many years ago. Due to sudden drop off in business, his father is forced to sell the crocodiles to the notorious and ruthless gangster Zhao Da Zui who is planning to use them for a series of high priced crocodile meals. However, before Amao is slaughtered, he escapes into town killing his executioners in the process. In unfamiliar territory Amao wreaks havoc in town and in the chaos accidently swallows a bag containing a cellphone with details on the secret location of 1 million RMB. When the rumors of the money spread, the town is split in two: some are afraid for their lives, while others, including Zhau and his vicious men, set out to capture and kill the crocodile at any cost to secure the hidden money.

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“This is not, in fact, a new mega-gator from the folks at The Asylum, but rather it is a very entertaining Hong Kong comedy film originally titled MILLION DOLLAR CROCODILE. With a fine cast whose performances are muddled somewhat from over-the-top and campy English dubbing, this is a fun story about an 8-meter crocodile that is sold by its keeper to a sushi bar, but it soon escapes and ravages the countryside. Peopled by a diverse cast of eccentric and crazed characters, including (in fine Gamera kaiju style) a young boy who befriends the monster, the story plays out in typical giant monster fashion, only with plenty of slapstick and funny asides from the characters along the way. CGI visual effects are acceptable to very good. The orchestral music score, attributed to a Chinese composer named Dong Dongdong, is very supportive a well.” LARSONRD from Eureka, CA

Release date Australia
October 30th, 2013
Movie Formats
  • Blu-ray
  • 3D Blu-ray
Blu-ray Region
  • Region B
  • Standard Edition
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  • China
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