Boa Vs. Python 2004 CC

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Low-budget sci-fi reptile action thriller. When a giant python breaks loose on a private reserve and goes on a deadly rampage, a team of FBI agents led by Special Agents Alan Sharpe (Kirk B.R.Woller) and Monica Bonds (Jaime Bergman) react by releasing an equally large boa constrictor to track and capture it. But can they reach it before a group of wealthy big game hunters, who want the big snake as an ultimate hunting trophy?

Starring:
David Hewlett, Angel Boris
Rental Formats:
DVD

Boa Vs. Python

Product Details

Discs
  • Feature ages_15_and_over
Runtime 1 hour 27 minutes
Starring David Hewlett, Angel Boris, Jaime Bergman
Director David Flores
Genres Science Fiction
Studio SONY PICTURES HOME ENTERTAINMENT
Rental release 20 September 2004
Main languages English
Dubbing Italian, Spanish
Subtitles Icelandic, Arabic, Finnish, Spanish, Italian, Croatian, Greek, Swedish, Romanian, Hebrew, Czech, Turkish, Hungarian, Portuguese, Norwegian, Danish, Dutch, Bulgarian, English, Hindi, Polish
Hearing impaired subtitles English

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 27 Nov 2005
Format: DVD
well a little bit. It had Dean Cain in it, it had to be good! right?
This had some very stupidly funny bits, some cheesy innuendos, some classy acting and one extremely wrong bit! I won't tell you what it is, cus, no one told me. I was shocked!
So, theres a big bad Python on the loose, which some stupid rich man was planning to shoot in a big game hunt. It eats people, like they do and so, some one thinks it'll be a good idea to put a big Boa in the mix, because its a good Boa! a few more people get eaten and theres a fight between the snakes, but only one survives! Then they insinuate that there will be another one! YEY!
Dispite my sarcasim, its a pretty good movie, although terribly predictable!
Watch it with friends one night and decide for yourself, although you might not have any left after the movie.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Sarah J. Marquis on 14 Feb 2008
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
it's a creature feature, so yes, it is going to be far fetched, zoologically inaccurate and yes, the bad guys are going to get eaten. The two leads have some good chemistry going, there are a few funny moments, and the snakes are suitably huge, and the whole thing zips along at a reasonable pace. What more do you really want from a creature feature.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By lukesterator on 28 Jan 2009
Format: DVD
Overall, this was a good movie.
The only downfall was the terrible CGI between the snakes.
But other wise, a good movie - don't be put off!
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I bought this film along with python and annaconda, I had read the reviews and was quite honestly expecting this film to be very bad.
I decided to watch annaconda first (becuase it is supposed to be the best), followed by python and then this (becuase its supposed to be terrible).
My expectations were completely wrong, I absolutly hated annaconda becuase you barely see the snake for the first half of the film and even then it didn't really improve much.
This film is a low budget movie and it works well at doing that, if you watch it expecting an award winning movie you will be disappointed by thats just stupid.
It has its good points firstly it has David Hewlett better known as Rodney Mckay to all stargate watchers as the scientist whos giant boa named Betty is sent out to save the day. It also has the usual dose of nudity as well as the usual young couple who get 'eaten' especially the girl (if you've seen the film you know what i mean) while making out.
Its a good film and for the price it is worth getting
enjoy.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A. Sumpton on 1 Sep 2005
Format: DVD
Ok, first of all.......this effort of a film is definatly one of the worst films i have ever seen, and i like low budget creature features. The story is hilariously bad, the acting is just as bad, and the cgi and other effects are just plain awful.
In fact this film is soooooooo incredibly bad that it is really very funny.
I seriously dont know why someone would have made this film, it makes no sense; there are some of the most stupid things ever going on in this film, and they all add to the comical value.
Without spoiling it for you, (not like you would care anyway) when the team of 'snake hunters' are called in to deal with the giant python, my firend and I made up names for each one of the hunters seen as though they were so clearly cannon fodder.
The funniest names we came up with were Von Cruise, and Greg.M
To whoever is reading this those names will probably not seem funny, but to my friends and I they were the funniest things ever at the time, and thinking about it they still are. LOL.
That is why i have given this film 3 out of 5.
As a final statement i have to say that this film has a running time of roughly an hour and a half, and out of those 90 mins i counted (HONESTLY NOT JOKING)only 15 SECONDS of Boa Vs. Python action. That really does sum up this film.
I highly recommend buying this film for really cheap, then watch it with your friends, you will laugh like nothing else.
Nose.
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Format: DVD
A big game hunt goes dangerously wrong when a monster-python (the green snake) escapes just outside the city of Philadelphia. The CIA sends out its very own monster-boa (the red snake) to eliminate the threat, and the stage is set for an epic battle of brawn versus brawn as the ophidians battle for world supremacy in the Philly metro. Or at least for the right to munch on a big game hunter. And yes, I'm simplifying the plot somewhat...

Otherwise, I noticed the preponderance of nude and semi-nude females in this production, suggesting it's made for 16-year old boys. Other monster flicks actually show more monsters than babes! I presume those are oriented to 12-year old boys. I admit I prefer such movies, suggesting that my mental age on a Friday night might be just about eleven and a half. So I'm afraid I can only give "Boa Versus Python" two stars. But then, the Delaware Valley aint what it used to be. Welcome to my barbecue.
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