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Cert 15
87 mins
BBFC advice: Contains strong bloody injury detail, threat, violence

It's the best part of 45 years since we were shocked by giant rubber sharks with fake human blood glistening from huge teeth.
Yep, Jaws set the bar and there have been scores of copycats since the mid-1970s.
Here, in Alexandre Aja's Crawl, the theme has been moved to the alligators which are frighteningly common in parts of the United States.
Indeed, his film quashed any thought I may have had about Mrs W and me taking up an Air B'n'B in Florida.
Crawl stars Kaya Scodelario as a highly ranked swimmer who is somehow unaware that the mother of all hurricanes is about to hit.
She is alerted that her dad (Barry Pepper) is not picking up his phone and when she discovers he is not at home, she goes back to her childhood house to see if he is there.
This is a very lucky guess because it turns out that he didn't sell it after he split from her mum.
Apparently, the place held happy memories - which is rather surprising considering the sign outside which warns of alligators (no, I would not have allowed my kids to play in the garden, either).
Anyway, Scodelario's character, Hayley, soon finds herself face to face with the 80 gnashers of a hungry reptile.
Let's face it, there isn't much more to Crawl than a combination of two desperate people, fast-rising water and rather large man-eaters.
It is another film which would have had a huge impact if it has been the first of many rather than at the back of the queue.
However, this is 2019 not 1975 and, although I did jump twice, I wasn't as excited by Crawl as some critics have been.
Indeed, it was predictable on many levels and the rubber alligators simply prompted memories of the Jaws attraction at Universal Studios.
But if you are young and you haven't seen the like before, you would be entitled to a very different view.

Reasons to watch: If you feel the need for a Jaws-alike
Reasons to avoid: Rubber alligators are so yesterday

Laughs: One
Jumps: Two
Vomit: None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 5/10

Did you know? Alligators actually avoid confrontation with humans but there are approximately seven serious bites a year that are unprovoked. The odds that someone will be seriously injured due to an unprovoked attack by an alligator is about one in about 2.4 million.

Final word. Alexandre Aja: "When I did Piranha, I got firsthand experience on…everything that was told about the making of Jaws was true and how like a nightmare it was to shoot on the water and I guess I forgot. And then as soon as I went back in the water, I was like, oh, what was I thinking about? And I’m sure we’ll forget again.” Slash Film

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