What a Lotta Croc
At a secret laboratory on a tropical island a corporation, owned by the wealthy Jason Drake (David Carradine - Big Stan), have created two giant reptiles; a Dinocroc and a Supergator. Unfortunately both of these mega reptiles manage to escape and no one is safe as these creatures end up in the woods, devouring anything which gets in their way. Environmentalist Cassidy Swanson (Amy Rasimus), scientist Paul Beaumont (Corey Landis) and adventurer The Cajun (Rib Hillis - A Doggone Christmas) end up coming up with a plan to turn these two monsters against each other in the hope they do enough damage to wipe each other out.
There are people who can't get to sleep without the TV on and they might say that they just need something quiet on which they can drift off to. Now I come forwards with an alternative, a creature feature by the name of "Dinocroc vs. Supergator" which despite being an action movie is so tedious that it is quite possible it will bore you into a lullaby. Every bit of "Dinocroc vs. Supergator" is not just a cliche but is tedious to boot and you find yourself clock watching with in minutes of it starting.
Part of the trouble with "Dinocroc vs. Supergator" is that it loses its cherry right from the start by showing us both the Dinocroc and Supergator as they escape from a research facility. Having already seen them in their not so glorious CG, neither of them convince or wow, what we get after that is a bit of killing with a couple of innocent youngsters in the woods ending up victims before we have a less than believable group of people trying to make these mega creatures battle each other. And if truth be told I began to wonder whether the focus of "Dinocroc vs. Supergator" was on the giant creatures or on the various curvy blonde women who appear throughout the movie. It doesn't matter as none of it works, the acting is shocking, the effects are basic at vest and it can't be over soon enough.
What this all boils down to is that "Dinocroc vs. Supergator" is dull with nothing going on in it to make it entertaining or memorable compared to the many other creature features which have come out over the last decade.