YMMV: Piranha 3D

  • Best Known for the Fanservice: Yep, you guessed it: by far the most talked-about scene is the underwater nude ballet.
  • Big Lipped Alligator Moment: The nude ballet scene. The Italian aria just adds to the weirdness awesome.
    • The infamous Groin Attack. Could also be seen as Narm assuming it was meant to be dramatic.
    • The lizard-like creature that appears in the original. It's presumably another government experiment, but never explained.
  • Crosses the Line Twice: They took my penis!
  • Dude, Not Funny!: Most of the gore in the first movie went from exaggerated to this for some viewers due to how realistic it is. The massacre at the lake can be pretty hard to sit through.
    • At least the trailers made it look like it was going to be more horrifying if anything.
  • Ensemble Dark Horse: In just two short scenes Christopher Lloyd manages to upstage everybody else in the film.
    • Kelly Brooks's character, Danni, is pretty much the fan favorite of the film.
  • Nightmare Fuel: The piranhas from the original looked like props and did kind of look ghoulish. Here, they look positively demonic...and there's a good chance that they HATE you as well as want you for food. The last shot of one of the trailers can attest.
    • The massacre. Words do not do justice. And the second film had them attacking a waterpark!
    • During the sequel, we have two people about to have sex. Too bad one baby piranha happened to get into the girl's vagina...Also, a baby gets into a bathtub. The girl then opens her eyes and the last thing she sees is the creature heading towards her face, eager to bite.
  • Sequelitis: The general consensus is that 3DD is inferior to the previous movie, with most criticism focusing on the increased comedic slant.
  • So Bad, It's Good: A likely intentional example of this with both this and 3DD.
  • Special Effects Failure: The gore in the 3D remake. Almost inverted; a lot of the time it comes across as too realistic, which makes it more disturbing than Bloody Hilarious.