Sets a new standard for dumbness. Near the beginning, Miss Legatt leads our intrepid croc hunter into the jungle, wearing a dress, high heels and carrying a briefcase. It goes about as well for her as her wardrobe choice. Don’t even pretend that anything makes any sense, but it is so stupid that it is funny. In the shots of the aircraft carrier, all the men are lined up on the flight deck, so obviously a still shot during fleet week, or similar celebration. When the giant croc attacks the city, it reminded me of the Saturday afternoon television Japanese monster movies of the 1950's where the toy tanks and guns rumbled towards the monsters, although this time it was in color, but not much better special effects. And the submarines had very spacious control rooms. Very roomy. Of course, the subs were not that big, getting swallowed by the croc or shark. The submarine USS Argonaut was to collect some eggs, yet they worried about going too deep at 125 meters. US submarines can easily go to 1000 meters. I was waiting for the term nuclear weapons to be used, and I didn’t have to wait that long. The special effects are not particularly good, and for some, it was obvious that the same scene was shown over and over in a loop. This almost qualifies as a B Movie that is so bad it is good.