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A news team is sent to Burundi to capture and bring home a legendary 25-foot crocodile that is said to have dined on hundreds of humans over the years. Complicating matters is an African warlord who is even more bloodthirsty than the giant reptile.
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Calgary Movies
The possibility of commentary is raised but it ultimately is glossed over with cliches and very little substance.
August 13, 2007
Chicago Reader
Essentially Jaws moved to Africa.
January 16, 2007
Georgia Straight
Primeval is one of crummiest killer-beast flicks of all time. It actually makes the B.C.-shot giant-croc debacle Lake Placid look half-decent, but it sure the hell wasn't.
July 06, 2010
New York Post
How capturing an animal found in every zoo constitutes a scoop is beyond me, but when you expect the trio to be knee-deep in blood they are instead wading through politics.
January 13, 2007
Reel Film Reviews
...a thoroughly awful, downright irritating piece of work...
August 16, 2007
Primeval is a slick-looking movie that lacks the gritty goodness of old-fashioned exploitation and is too silly to take seriously as a mainstream thriller.
July 07, 2008
New York Times
Primeval is one of several recent movies to bill itself as 'inspired by true events.' So was this review, though in both cases 'inspired' may be too strong a word.
January 13, 2007
AV Club
The sub-sub-Anaconda bottom-feeder Primeval makes the mistake of taking itself far too seriously; with its exploitative images of civil war and genocide, it's the Blood Diamond of 25-foot-killer-crocodile movies.
January 17, 2007
San Francisco Chronicle
For some insane reason, the makers of Primeval attempted to create a film that blends Anaconda with Hotel Rwanda, and they failed miserably.
January 16, 2007
Globe and Mail
Can't a killer-crocodile movie just be a killer-crocodile movie?
January 13, 2007