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Peccati Di Gioventù
(Aka Young, So Lovely, So Vicious)
When a title explains all, we feel useless bloggers who can’t do anything for the cause of "B Movies".
Let's face it: what we can add to a movie that obviously melee piranhas
and anacondas? What we can write about a film directed by Jim Wyrnoski
produced by Roger Corman and broadcasted by the great Syfy Television?
And finally, we can’t say more about a work that has the poster
with the monster and with a girl seen from behind wearing a micro
swimsuit (or view from the front in the DVD)? We’re useless.
So, it’s very clear. This is an immense trashy movie. A container
of much bullshit, that in the hands of those two genes of Wyrnoski and
Corman, it becomes a pretty fucking movie.
You’re welcome to the world of angry animals 2.0, beings who have
to go much further than their ancestors, because these are monstrous
hybridize and are made with the CGI and attract audiences with bikinis,
beaches and an endless series of events (not all necessary about the
story) shot on the viewer with the speed of light. As you the modern
language of cinema wants.
A restyling that with our great satisfaction continues to work (Andy
Sidaris in other ways find this solution with his action movies of late
80’s and beginning of 90’s), giving trashy movies that
sometimes, as "Sharktopuss" become real scult.
It’s not a coincidence that we speak about "Sharktopuss", whose
wake is followed by "Piranhaconda" but with better CGI and a decent plot for the genre.
As this genre requires, there is the star in decline and in this case
we find Michael Madsen a great friend of who loves a certain cinema.
Vic Vega from "Reservoir Dogs" appears soon, right after an intro based
on images of Kauai, a Hawaii’s island and surf music. And after
only a few minutes we are conquered by "Piranhaconda"
Everything that follows is a story that hasn’t logic starting
from the fact that the monsters are a mystery. No one knows who they
are, where they come from, and above all no one had ever seen them
before although those put eggs in every place of the island and they
are approximately twenty meters long and about a dozen meters tall.
However, these cute animals start to be noticed after the ruthless
Prof. Lovegrove (Michael Madsen) steals their eggs. From that moment
the two Piranhaconda begin a frantic search of the stolen goods and
consequently a violent retaliation. With great pleasure they eat
an endless series of unlikely people in the balance between being a
parody and be serious characters and also a large number of human cases
that sprung to increase the number of body count.
The long list of meat begins with the colleagues of the Prof.Lovegrove; eat in the first minutes of the movie. Fast Food.
The list continues with a film crew that is turning a bad slasher and
offering stereotypical characters of the cinema industry: the stupid
actress, the beautiful and clever assistant the handsome actor, the
inept director, stupid fans and astute FX guy. And there is also some
criminals who kidnap at one point a part of the crew and ask (to who we
don’t know) a ransom.
A little in the manner of "Cannibal Holocaust", i.e. finding and seeing
a video, the survivors realize the reality and the existence of
monsters. And all goes even faster, including bikinis, cunning plans,
Piranhaconda that kills, Piranhaconda dying, a mad professor who does
not give up the stolen goods and a final wide open to a host of sequels
A great “B’s ", which has, of course, the usual cast of
models and actors seen on US’s TV. With a great body, dazzling
smile and good flesh. According to the Piranhaconda.
Alternative Titles : Piraconda (France) Pirañaconda (Spain)
Directed by: Jim Wyrnoski
Cast: Michael Madsen, Rachel Hunter, Rib Hillis , Terri Ivens , Chris
De Christopher , Shandi Finnessey , Michael Swan , Noah Blake , Kurt
Yaeger , Diana Terranova
Duration: 85 '
Production Company: New Horizons Picture