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Updated on September 29, 2012
Lake Placid: the Final Chapter
Lake Placid: the Final Chapter

Lake Placid, how many of you have seen most of the movies? When it first started out it seemed to be an okay movie, it had its action and it seemed to be like that was going to be the only movie about it, however after the end of the movie when they showed that one last crocodile and the crazy old lady feeding the many little crocodiles, you were able to figure out that there was going to be another movie.

One could pretty much see that it was going to be the same plot but just put in a different way. Then it turned out that the first old lady taking care of the crocodiles died and she happened to have a sister who decided to continue feeding the crocodiles. It just seemed that the crocodiles just kept on reproducing and they were getting larger. The crocodiles just seem to really like to meat more people now as they made the second movie. Then came the third movie and they are planning to sell a cabin that is near a lake. As they keep making these movies it seems that they are making the crocodiles look more fake and not as real.

Now today, in the Syfy channel they show Lake Placid: the Final Chapter, it seems like the crocodiles seem to get bigger and longer. Same plot and idea based on this movie. It just seems to be that when at the end of each movie it seems that they get rid of the crocodiles there is always one who survives. One would think that with this last movie that they showed today about Lake Placid they would have killed off all of the crocodiles but there is always that one last twist at the end of each movie. Just to let you know, if you see Lake Placid: the Final Chapter and you see the end of it, don't exactly believe the sign that they put up.

After seeing all these movies, I think that they should of stopped right after the first movie because it is kind of difficult to enjoy seeing sequels of a movie when it is easy to predict what will happen already.

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      Priscilla 5 years ago from El Paso

      Yeah, not worth watching even after the first one.

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      Priscilla 5 years ago from El Paso

      Yeah I agree with that...thanks for stopping by to read.

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      Keith Ham 5 years ago from Niagara Falls, Ontario

      I can't believe there is more movies, I didn't even know there was anything past the first! Even the first was pretty much panned! I find it surprising.

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      Unique Hiram 5 years ago from Midwest

      Dancilla, I would have to agree with you and I would even go as far to say that they could have done the sequel (Lake Placid 2) then be done with it all.

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