Lake Placid 2

Synopsis: Man-eating crocodiles return to the lake, as two males and one aggressive female crocodile protecting their nest, wreak havoc on the locals.
Genre: Action, Horror, Sci-Fi
Director(s): David Flores
Production: 20th Century Fox Film Corporation
Rotten Tomatoes:
88 min

Man, this lake is really starting

to freak me out.

You know how many people

have disappeared from here

in the last couple of years?

Maybe two.

But do you know how many people have

disappeared just in the last six months?


Man, you are paranoid.

You should really lay off the green.

At least share some with me.

All right, I'm done.

Let's get the hell out of here.

Slow down.

Let me finish getting my samples.

You gotta relax. You need a hobby.

You should try golf.

Tillman, why are you even here?

You're more concerned

with baseball and mullets

than you are with the ecosystem.

For your information,

I got into this line of work

so I could meet sexy eco-warrior chicks

who don't shave their legs.

Oh, God, help me!

Help me! Help me! No!

Tillman! Tillman! Tillman!

Tillman! Tillman!

Good morning, sunshine.

- So, are we having fun yet?

- Yeah, tons.

Are you kidding me?

This is the boredom capital of the universe.

Look, Scott, you're stuck with me

for a month,

so why don't you at least try

and have a good time, huh?

You don't even have cable

or high speed Internet.

My cell phone doesn't even work out here.

Well, a lot of people would think

that was a good thing, Scott.

Yeah, unlike your nasty meatloaf pie.

Since you're so determined

to be miserable out here,

why did you decide to come along

in the first place?

It's called a custody agreement, Sheriff.

Listen, I want to get something straight

with you right off the bat, son.

You might be able to talk

to your little friends that way,

but I'm not one of your little friends

and I'm not your peer.

I'm your father, so I demand respect.


Sheriff Riley, come in.

Go for Riley.

Sheriff, that EPA guy is here again.

Says his partner's gone missing on the lake.


Mills? He probably smoked a bad bowl

and forgot he was all by himself.

I'll be there in a few minutes.

Look, I gotta go in to work.

But afterwards I'll stop by, grab you,

we'll go in to town and catch a movie, huh?

Yeah, maybe.

So, why don't you talk to her already?

Jesus, Dad.

Don't you gotta go to work or something?


So, why don't you talk to her already?

I'll talk to her when I want to talk to her.

If you're so excited about it,

why don't you go talk to her?

Be careful what you wish for.

Hey! Can I speak to you for a minute?

Hi, how are you?

Oh, this is not happening.

- Good morning.

- Good morning, Sheriff.

Miner, are you crazy,

sneaking up on somebody like that?

Hey, that's my job.

Yeah, well, excuse me

while I go do my mine.

You know, I heard someone else

has gone missing on the lake.

How many does that make now, Sheriff?

Is there a possible serial killer

on the loose, wild animal?

Maybe an Al-Qaeda jihad?

Care to comment?

Yeah, I care to comment.

You write anything in that newspaper

of yours that sends my town into a panic,

I'll be looking for you

at the bottom of that lake.

You can quote me on that.

You're a guard dog. Guard!

Who buys your bones?

Can somebody please explain to me

why the local gossip

has to be breathing down my neck?

Hello, Frank.

There's enough going on around here

without having to deal with that moron.

I told that dirty, rotten snoop, Cal Miner,

to get the heck out of here.

He just started yammering on about

freedom of the press, or some such.

Why don't you just shoot him, Sheriff?

If it were only that easy.

There you go,

making things too complicated again.

Can we make an exception in Cal's case?

Dale, do not tempt me.

Sheriff, listen...

- Hey, Frank, how's it going?

- Good.

No, no, not that great, you know.

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