“Confound this leg!”
“There’s something evil in there.”
“After 4000 years the words of the scroll brought it to life again.”
“What was on the cart?”
“Have his tongue cut from his mouth so that the cries he would utter during the fate that awaited him should not offend the ears of the gods.”
“This little bunny lying down there.
“Their standard of intelligence must have been remarkably low.”
In the remote outback of Australia, a travel writer (Michael Vartan of ‘Alias’) goes on a wildlife river cruise. He fancies the guide, Kate, as she points out the salt water crocodiles that are living dinosaurs who like to hunt. Idiot tourists gape and Kate’s bogan ex boyfriend (Sam Worthington of ‘Avatar’) shows up to annoy. The atmosphere of dread builds until the boat is rammed by a giant salt water crocodile in a gorge and they end up stranded on a sand bank in a swamp. Escape seems impossible, the unflinching crocodile is ravenous and various characters are whining crow faced idiots who are as rough as badgers. This was good, tense and scary as it comes down to man v croc in the croc’s larder. Mia Wasikowska is one of the annoying tourists.
“How big is this boat?”
“This is a tidal river.”
“Stay away from the water!”
“We need light to see, it doesn’t.”
“A steam train with teeth.”
“How does it get out at night?”
“Weird people came to our house.”
“The more we paid attention to it, the worse it got.”