Boa vs. Python (2004)

Boa vs. Python (2004)

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David Flores' thriller Boa vs. Python begins with an enormous python living on a private reserve escaping from captivity. In order to help find and subdue the deadly animal, the FBI decides to release a Boa Constrictor into the area. Thrill-seeking hunters complicate the situation as they want to kill the python for their own ego.
Rating:
R
Genre:
Horror , Science Fiction & Fantasy , Television
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Runtime:
Studio:
Sony Pictures Entertainment

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Cast

David Hewlett
as Emmett
Jamie Bergman
as Monica
Adam Kendrick
as Broddick
Kirk B.R. Woller
as Alan Sharpe
Griff Furst
as James
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Critic Reviews for Boa vs. Python

All Critics (2)

This is a film about the personal lives of giant snakes.

Full Review… | August 19, 2013
Eye for Film

Gorehounds hoping to revel in the sight of two snakes feasting on their prey are bound to be disappointed, as the majority of the kills are offscreen...

Full Review… | August 15, 2004
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Audience Reviews for Boa vs. Python

Very silly and not very good

Ken Stachnik
Ken Stachnik

Super Reviewer

This movie is really bad. The plot, as mentioned, is really awful. The acting is terrible, the actors are completely worthless. The action scenes are not exiting in any way. They didn't have a big budget so the CGI-snakes look bad. Don't waste your time watching this movie, its not worth it. They even used the old trick "make girl show her jugs" to make the movie more interesting, and thats a good sign for a sucky movie.

Steven Vincent Gee
Steven Vincent Gee

Super Reviewer

It starts off with a well edited segment to hide some of the bad CGI or at least lower the budget a bit. To prevent themselves from showing the snake too early an attack scene is edited together with a wrestling match. Pure genius if you ask me. Then we get some very unsubtle satire, poking fun at the American media and their fear-mongering. It gives what you want, poor dialogue, stupid characters, bad CGI and women who walk round topless just for the fun of it. The plot is nonsense and it's just crap, but the kind of crap that seems like a good idea at the time.

Luke Baldock
Luke Baldock

Super Reviewer

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