Accepted for what it is, an enjoyable experience which admirably avoided becoming Groundhog Day in another guise.
Piecing together its story in multi-format, it's an interesting spin on found footage, but it falls victim to an over-zealous edit.
Schlocky good fun, but Piranha straddles the line between dull and entertaining, twiddling its thumbs between fish attacks.
Vincenzo Natali's debut holds a beauty in purity that matches the mathematical conundrum its characters find themselves in.
The transfer does not hold quite the same clarity as other recent restorations; an important package nonetheless.
There's very little to recommend this film; any comedy present is lacklustre, while the predictability is too pronounced.