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Fasten your seatbelts when a rampaging two-ton crocodile with an insatiable appetite is set loose in the city. With the army on the hunt Croczilla will terrorize innocent people while a sexy model tries to recover millions from its belly. In the tradition of Jaws and Piranha, Croczilla, is a wild ride of a creature feature; showing that Japan was just the appetizer!
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Yes, this particular crocodile is bigger than normal and she did dash through a building, but she isn't Godzilla-big nor does she possess any special powers.
The story involves several converging scenarios. There's a man who buys some crocodiles allowing the owner to believe they're going to a zoo (he actually plans on serving them to customers). The BIG croc in question is loath to become anyone's meal and escapes. An irate young woman (I found her funny, some might not), comes across the escaped croc and loses her handbag (containing her life savings in cash) down the gaping maw. She tries enlisting the help of the police (here her tactics prove to be quite persuasive through sheer persistence alone), and ends up with a guy who's notorious for not being able to shoot straight. Paths criss-cross, hunters get involved once the stomach contents are well known; it's oddly endearing how these strange people end up impacting each other's lives. I liked this movie. But it is less about the crocodile and more about the various people in hot pursuit. Yes, things get a little bloody from time to time and yes, there is a skinny dipping scene with a group of little boys in the same lake that the crocodile heads for. It makes for a tense moment.
It's a keeper.