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Deep in the Florida Everglades, something is alive that should have died eons ago. Something is feeding when it should be full. Something is moving, in ways that seem all but impossible to pursuers. It's moving in the dark...under the surface of the waters…with an appetite that makes no distinction between man and beast. Now it's up to an unlikely band of locals, an animal control officer, a small-town sheriff and a scientist’s team of college youth to stop the threat...before it's too late.
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Also they have a hideously short amount of time in which to get it done and on the air.
And TV movies of TODAY are under even tighter restrictions than the first ones back in the 1970s were.
(The late Dan Curtis of DARK SHADOWS and THE NIGHT STALKER fame could have written a book on that subject. Maybe even two).
The upshot of all this is that we, the audience, have to cut these folks some slack Low-end CGI, Continuity errors, and so forth point to lack of funds. The writer, the director. and the actors have no control over that. Neither does the Producer, really. His or her job is to see that the finished production comes in on time and within the budget ALLOWED. (Even UNDER budget if possible).
So if we get a movie that gives us a good story with decent performances we should thank those involved and pass the popcorn.
Razortooth does both.
in monster suits--they've gotta have tentacles, huge teeth, lots of eyes [or just one], the more inhuman the better). Razortooth is
second-class c.g., but a little scary & great fun. Good film for monster-lovers.
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