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Piranha 3 Blu Ray

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After a sudden underwater tremor sets free scores of the prehistoric man-eating fish an unlikely group of strangers must band together to stop themselves from becoming fish food for the area's new razor-toothed residents.

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Includes both anaglyphic (requiring the use of the included 3D glasses) and stereoscopic (for 3DTVs & blu-ray players) 3D versions of the film as well as a 2D version After a sudden underwater tremor sets free scores of the prehistoric man-eating fish an unlikely group of strangers must band together to stop themselves from becoming fish food for the area&39;s new razor-toothed residents Special Features Disk 1 3D Feature - 3D experience requires a 3D enabled TV and player (also playable in 2D) Directorys commentary Disk 2 3D Feature includes 2 pairs of 3D glasses Behind the scenes Deleted scenes Languages English Subtitles English Approx Run Time 88Mins

  • Average Rating for Piranha 3 [Blu-ray] - 5 out of 5

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  • Piranha 3 [Blu-ray]
    Kevin Stanley

    Produced for the relatively small budget of $24M the film went on to gross almost $80M at the box office which is extremely profitable for an albeit slightly pointless remake. Piranha 3D is actually the second time that the original 1978 film Piranha has been remade.

    What's more is the lack of a big name star and the resultant, slightly underwhelming cast, headed by the relatively unknown Adam Scott, the under-used Kelly Brook (more 3D boobs please!). Elizabeth Shue and Ving Rhames don't get much screen time either, which is a shame as they could have brought more to the film than the other actors. In the plus column however there are a couple of nice tongue-in-cheek cameos by Richard Dreyfuss and Christopher Lloyd.

    The direction by Alexandre Aja is certainly capable and the production values are decent. But it's Josh Stolberg and Pete Goldfinger's script that really fails to conjure up any real excitement.

    Of course the biggest selling point of the film is that it is in 3D, but for me at least this is also its biggest problem. I don't know what it looked like in the cinema with the proper 3D glasses - I imagine it was OK - but at home with the cardboard blue and red glasses it looked bloody awful - and bloody good in a horror way either - just terrible. Even in Blu-ray the 3D version lacks colour or clarity, sharpness and definition. Thankfully then the 2D version is a massive improvement with a sharp image and lots of bright colours, this is certainly my recommended version of the film.

    Overall then Piranha 3D is a mixed bag of good and bad elements. But if you enjoy a horror monster movie you could certainly do a lot worse than to give this one a go.

  • Piranha 3 [Blu-ray]
    Kick Ass

    Kick Ass is definitely one of my most favourite films ever, it has more than normal comedy, it has action and comedy... and more, which mix in well in a good film, I reccomend this to anyone who is a fan of super hero movies... there are twists, and what this lad (kick ass) calls real life, I can't wait until Kick Ass 2, twice the fun, it can't get any better than this.


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