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Crocodile (2000 film)

2000 American-Mexican co-production horror film directed by Tobe Hooper

Crocodile is a 2000 American horror film, directed by Tobe Hooper and released direct-to-video on 26 December 2000. It was followed by a sequel, Crocodile 2: Death Swamp, released in 2002.

Directed by Tobe Hooper. Produced by Eddy Chamichian, R. Vern Crofoot, Alexandra Cárdenas, Boaz Davidson, Frank DeMartini, Danny Dimbort, Lee Lazarow, Avi Lerner, Danny Lerner and Trevor Short. Screenplay by Jace Anderson, Adam Gierasch and Michael D. Weiss.
Reality Bites!(taglines)

Brady TurnerEdit

  • We'll use those sweatshirts as blindfolds! The Australian Guy from Animal Planet does it all the time, it works!

OthersEdit

  • Kit: We were just attacked by some HUGE creature and you're worried about BLISTERS and dirt in your eyes?
  • Sheriff Bowman: Gator... Crocodile... What's the difference?
  • Shurkin: It takes a lot to sever a spine. You see, a crocodile's teeth intertwine. They snap shut with forty pounds of pressure. I can't tell you how bad this is, sheriff.

DialogueEdit

Annabelle: I've survived 19 years in New York City. Murders, rapists, muggers, you name it! Now I'm gonna be eaten by a fucking monster?
Duncan McKay: Annabelle, why don't you take the phone profinity and shove it up your ass!

Duncan McKay: That's from, like, an ostrich or something.
Hubs: Or a beaver!

Duncan McKay: Hey, blow me!
Claire: I'd rather die!

TaglinesEdit

  • Reality Bites!
  • The fear won't tear you up, but it will.
  • Ever Feel like Something is Watching You?

CastEdit

  • Mark McLachlan as Brady Turner
  • Caitlin Martin as Claire
  • Chris Solari as Duncan McKay
  • Doug Reiser as Kit
  • Julie Mintz as Annabelle
  • Sommer Knight as Sunny
  • Rhett Jordan as Foster
  • Greg Wayne as Hubs
  • Harrison Young as Sheriff Bowman
  • Terrence Evans as Shurkin
  • Adam Gierasch as Lester

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