A group of filmmakers looking for a lost native tribe instead find a man-eating monster in this thri... read moreller. Terri Flores (Jennifer Lopez) is a documentary filmmaker on assignment to make a film about the Shirishama Indians of the Amazon, a mysterious tribe known as "the People of the Mists." As Terri and her crew -- cameraman Danny Rich (Ice Cube), sound recordist Gary Dixon (Owen Wilson), anthropologist Steve Cale (Eric Stoltz), production manager Denise Kahlberg (Kari Wuhrer), and host Warren Westridge (Jonathan Hyde) -- head down the river, they discover a man whose boat has sunk and desperately needs rescue. Paul Sarone (Jon Voight), the mysterious stranger that they save from the waters, claims to know something of the Shirishama and says he will take the crew to them. Instead, he guides the group to the hiding place of the fearsome Anaconda, a gigantic snake that swallows a man whole, vomits him up, and eats him again (no small accomplishment, that). The snake is worth a fortune if captured, but can a creature so dangerous be captured at all? ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
Yes it's a cheesy,low budget monster flick about a giant snake slithering around the jungle eating people,but for some reason it's just a movie I have to rec
Reviewed 8 months days ago
emarkable in many ways, it sets a cinematography first of being the first vendetta film involving a snake and creating several odd nature facts such as snakes screaming.
The CGI and rubber snake they
Reviewed 11 months days ago
I love snake and spider movies. And this was pretty cool. I like anacondas and it was amazing the size of t
Directed by Dwight H. Little, Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid is the sequel to 1997's tongu... read moree-in-cheek Anaconda, though none of the original cast have returned. The film chronicles a fateful mission ordered by a pharmaceutical giant: to travel deep in to the jungles of Borneo, where a rare black orchid -- one that can be used to attain immortality -- has bloomed for hundreds of years, unbeknownst to man. The eager horticulturists sent have no idea that an indigenous population of bloodthirsty anacondas has been privy to the orchid's properties for years. Not only have the orchids augmented their already phenomenal size, strength, and vitality, they've substantially increased the snakes' appetites for flesh. Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid features Peter Curtis, Johnny Messner, Morris Chestnut, and Eugene Byrd. ~ Tracie Cooper, Rovi
. Meanwhile, they run afoul of snakes and each other.
Starring: KaDee Strickland, Eugene Byrd, Morris Chestnut, Johnny Messner, M
Reviewed 3 years days ago
. Can the team escape the jungle with the Blood Orchid in tacked or will the deadly snake hunt them down one by one.
Anacondas: The Blood Orchid is the sequel to the mild hit Anaconda
Reviewed 5 years days ago
Great snake movie, especially about anacondas biggest-largest snake in the world
Samuel L. Jackson,
Forget terrorists or hijackers -- there's a handful of deadly assassins aboard a jet liner and they ... read moredon't even have arms or legs in this airborne thriller. Neville Flynn (Samuel L. Jackson) is an FBI agent handling what seems like a routine assignment -- serving as bodyguard for Sean Jones (Nathan Phillips), a Hawaiian surfer dude who is flying to California to testify in a high-profile criminal trial after witnessing mobster Eddie Kim (Byron Lawson) murdering one of his underlings. However, Flynn's job gets a lot more challenging when he discovers Kim's associates don't want Jones to talk, and have devised a unique way to ensure his silence. A cache of highly dangerous poisonous snakes has been hidden on board the jet, and is released using a timed mechanism once the flight is well underway. The snakes quickly attack several members of the flight crew and are eagerly eying the passengers when Flynn decides its time to get medieval on the reptiles. Also starring Rachel Blanchard, Benjamin McKenzie, and Mark Houghton, Snakes on a Plane was produced under the title of Pacific Air Flight 121, but in several interviews Samuel L. Jackson expressed his enthusiasm for the script's original title, Snakes on a Plane, and the high-concept moniker quickly made the film's title and theme a favorite with bloggers and on Internet fan sites all over the world. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
. The swarms of poisonous snakes made for some very humorous snake-bite deaths and the acting was just good enough and just ba
Reviewed 20 months days ago
.. not interested in SNAKES. saw alog of snake movies. and well.. ewwwwwwwww
Reviewed 19 months days ago
I've had it with these flight horror films and snake horror films,snakes on a plane is a terrible messy no fun none of that this is the worst creat