Piranha 3DD

Double the action. Double the terror. Double the D's.

Piranha 3DD
In true sequel tradition, Hollywood rolls out more of the same in this follow-up to Piranha 3D. Set about 80 km from the first movie, at a water park, things take a turn for the bloody when a famous non-lifeguard arrives to officially open the venue. The storyline is largely irrelevant since people are only going to watch this for the boobs and blood. Enjoy. This film is in 3D.

83 minutes.
No persons under 16 (Language, Sex, Nudity, Violence).
Comedy, Horror, Thriller.
She's been shot!


Danielle Panabaker, Matt Bush, Katrina Bowden, Jean-Luc Bilodeau, Davied Keochner, Chris Zylka, Adrian Martinez, Paul James Jordan, Meagan Tandy, David Hasselhoff
John Gulager
ScreenplayPatrick Melton, Marcus Dustan, Joel Soisson, using characters by Pete Goldfinger, Josh Stolberg
MusicElia Cmiral
CinematographyAlexandre Lehmann
EditingMartin Bernfeld, Devin C. Lussier, Kirk M. Morri
Sound formatsDolby Digital, Datasat
Made in2012
Produced byDimension Films, Mark Canton Productions, IPW, Neo Art & Logic

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Film and Publications Board (FPB) Report (SA)

GenreComedy, drama, horror
LanguageStrong and frequent, including 'sexual' language
NudityFrequent display of women's breasts
SexStrongly implied
ViolenceBloody and frequent
BlasphemyUsed as exclamations
Drug abuseInfrequent
CommentsA big wet local water park is in for a bloody surprise when giant bloodthirsty piranhas are unleashed on the unsuspecting citizenry.
These details are supplied by the FPB. If you have a problem with any of the above, please take it up directly with the FPB. Read the Classification Guidelines.


Scale (Max)20

What the Critics say

Cape Argus / The Star
Hollywood Reporter
Cape Times
Justin Lowe quote iconHo-hum entertainment , fish ... and boobs.
Ilan Preskovsky quote iconIt might be time to rethink the formula for the inevitable 3DDD.
Box Office
Todd Gilchrist quote iconDirector John Gulager, who successfully shepherded the Feast series through three installments, ups the ante on a series whose central appeal is its utter gratuitousness of fish and flesh and still arrives at a final product that feels even slighter than its predecessor, not to mention shorter.
13 critics
Rottentomatoes critics
47 critics
Rottentomatoes tomatometer
Tomatometer quote iconIt strains to up the gore and self-awareness of it predecessor, and -- despite some game celebrity cameos -- the result is a dispiriting echo of 2010's horror-comedy.
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Movie Review Intelligence
15 critics

What the People say

14057 Netizens quote iconJust pathetic

Average .. 26%



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