Dinocroc vs. Supergator is predicated on the idea that “alligators and crocodiles are mortal enemies.”
I called bullshit since the 2 species co-exist in South Florida, but Husband reminded me we aren’t dealing with a regular gator and croc, we’re talking about Supergator and Dinocroc.
The movie opens with a scene wherein David Carradine‘s character shouts, “What the hell is going on?”
This is a question we will ask our television for the next 90 minutes.
I’m having trouble keeping track of the characters who are neither Dinocroc nor Supergator because these people are boring and unidimensional. Plus, they keep getting eaten before I can even try to feign interest in them. Plus, I’m texting with JunglePete, who is attending our 25th high school reunion on Siesta Key on behalf of Heather and myself.
JunglePete and I were on the reunion planning committee. I thought we came up with some excellent themes, including Family Everglades Camping Weekend Of Terror, in addition to the multi-page list of alternate themes we proposed which our committee chair confiscated and burned in front of us.
The final decision was to not have a theme.
If I was at the reunion, they probably wouldn’t let me watch Dinocroc vs Supergator. Silly geese.
I’m starting to doubt that Supergator is actually the friend of all children.
Dinocroc isn’t very bright, even for “A Primeval” with enhanced intelligence.
Frankly, I’m not sure which monster we’re supposed to root for.
Husband thinks we’re supposed to be rooting for the humans.
I actually didn’t go for complicated health reasons, but you’re welcome to believe I stayed home to watch Dinocroc vs Supergator.
Or that one member of our class always has to sit out the reunion in an undisclosed location. Just in case.
(The confiscating and burning of our list didn’t actually happen, but it probably would have if we’d all met in person).