- 1 hr 25 min
Robocroc is a sci-fi thriller movie that first aired in 2013. It stars Corin Nemec, Lisa McAllister, and Keith Duffy in the lead roles. The film is directed by Arthur Sinclair and written by Berkeley Anderson. The plot revolves around a military experiment gone wrong where a genetically-engineered crocodile becomes a robotic killing machine. The experiment was carried out by a group of scientists, including Dr. Riley (played by Keith Duffy), who worked on combining the DNA of a crocodile and a robot to create a new type of super soldier that could be used by the military.
The story begins in a tropical island where the crocodile was raised and trained before being transported to a laboratory facility. However, during the transportation, the crocodile and the robotic parts merge, and the animal becomes a dangerous killing machine with enhanced abilities like speed, strength, and agility.
In the meantime, a park ranger, Terry O'Hara (played by Lisa McAllister), discovers a mysterious egg on the beach and takes it to the laboratory for examination. The egg turns out to be the offspring of the mutant crocodile, and when it hatches, the baby crocodile escapes and starts growing at an alarming rate.
When the crocodile escapes from the laboratory, it goes on a rampage, attacking anyone that comes in its way, including a group of scuba divers and a boat full of partygoers. The military tries to contain the situation by sending in a special forces team led by Nemec's character, but they are no match for the powerful robotic crocodile.
As the body count rises, Dr. Riley and his team try to find a way to stop the crocodile by using a remote control device to control it. However, their attempts fail, and the crocodile continues to wreak havoc on the island. O'Hara and Nemec's character decide to take matters into their own hands and come up with a plan to stop the creature for good.
The movie is full of action-packed scenes and special effects, with a mix of horror and sci-fi elements. The acting is decent, with Nemec, McAllister, and Duffy delivering adequate performances. The film's score is also noteworthy, adding to the suspenseful atmosphere of the story.
Overall, the movie Robocroc is a fun and entertaining flick for fans of the sci-fi and horror genres. While the plot is predictable and clichéd, the film's relentless pacing and thrilling action scenes make it a worthwhile watch.