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Plot: In New York, the ambitious Dr. Jack Byron and his associate Gordon Mitchell present the research of his assistant Sam Rogers to the CEO and board of directors of a corporation to sponsor a scientific expedition to Borneo. The objective is to find a flower, Blood Orchid, that flourishes for a couple… Runtime: 97 min Release Date: 27 Aug 2004
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Excellent successor to Anaconda (by BrandtSponseller)
Series note: Although this is the second film in the Anaconda series, there is no need to watch the films in order. They are merely thematic companions, sharing some similarities of plot and structure. They are not constructed as chapters in a novel.When it is discovered that an exotic flower found only in Borneo and blooming only every seven years may hold the key to life extension, a large pharmaceutical company sends a team of researchers to acquire samples for study. Making the task thornier, the samples must be obtained while the plant is in bloom, and as the film begins, it will only be <more>
in bloom a few more weeks. In increasing layers of difficulty, it's rainy season in Borneo and only Bill Johnson Johnny Messner is crazy enough to take the team upriver in his ramshackle boat before the season ends, despite the fact that they're offering $50,000, and as they make their way upstream, of course the team runs into giant anacondas of the type found in the first film.Like Anaconda, Anacondas has been getting a fairly bad rap and I can't quite figure out why. Sure, some people have complained about inaccuracies in the films when compared to facts in the actual world, but seriously, what's wrong with anyone who'd expect fictional films like Anacondas to be educational or largely a documentary? The films are basically monster flicks, with the degree of predictability that usually entails, but what would one be expecting otherwise? Both films are certainly internally consistent, with captivating stories, fine performances and well executed technical aspects--directing, editing, production design, cinematography particularly beautiful in this entry, and the Fijian landscapes are often breathtaking , and so on.And in fact, Anacondas has much more than just competent artistry. From the first frames to the last, this is one heck of a thrill ride, with plot twists and turns around every corner mimicking the river and the coils of the titular beast. It has basically nonstop suspense, it cleverly incorporates horror elements from psycho humans to haunted houses the caves and the village they come across near the climax are basically haunted houses in structure and tone . A number of sequences will stick in your mind for a long time, such as the intense waterfall scene and the great "wading" scene. There are also poignant subtexts about materialism and the desire to be immortal versus emotional and pragmatic concern for fellow humans. The new writing team even manages to insert thought-provoking dilemmas related to utilitarianism.There are a number of interesting parallels to Anaconda 1997 , with an equally interesting and capable motley crew of characters played by a skilled cast. It may be a different locale, but the gist is still an Apocalypse Now 1979 -styled trip up a river where the complexly interacting crew must encounter and overcome various obstacles, not the least of which are members of their own group, including initially veiled villains who are as much of a snake as the more literal, reptilian villains. Director Dwight H. Little also gives us an amusing alternate world take on Anaconda's Paul Sarone inimitably performed in that film by Jon Voight in Anacondas' short lived John Livingston Andy Anderson , whose name ties us in to famed 19th Century African explorer David Livingstone, and the many filmic depictions of the same, including The Lost Jungle 1934 and Stanley and Livingstone 1939 . That's not the only references to classics, as Bill Johnson's boat, "The Bloody Mary", a character in its own right, has stylistic similarities to Charlie Allnut's African Queen from the 1951 film of the same name and the overall journey has resemblances to Disney's Jungle Cruise.While the attack scenes may not be quite as clearly filmed and smoothly cut as the first film, Little and his editors make up for it by increasing the number and quality of gradually building suspense sequences where we see a snake through water or in other environments while our protagonists initially overlook them. The digital effects are probably better than the first film and the mechanical/animatronics effects are close in quality. In addition, Little incorporated many shots of real anacondas.If you at all enjoyed the first film, you should enjoy this one, as well. It's important to watch films like Anacondas without inappropriate expectations. In my view, Little and crew have accomplished exactly what they set out to do--create an intense thrill-ride of a monster flick with touches of humor and deeper subtexts that's a worthy stylistic and thematic successor to the first film.
It's been a long time since I've seen a movie with an intelligent set of characters. Yes, the movie is set up on the time-worn premise of greed getting you into life threatening danger, but the cast makes it work. It's nice to see a group of people that keep their wits about them, and not just become mindless screaming bags of flesh when confronted with danger. You have your mix of characters that you want to see get eaten, and those you want to live. I had my own doubts about this movie because I didn't like the first. Now, I'm glad I let my friends talk me into seeing <more>
it. This is not Lawrence of Arabia classic material, but it is quite good for what it is. A monster movie.
Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid is a very good film that has a good cast which includes Johnny Messner, KaDee Strickland, Karl Yune, Morris Chestnut, Matthew Marsden, Nicholas Gonzalez, Eugene Byrd, Salli Richardson, and Andy Anderson. The acting by all of these actors is very good. Messner is really excellent in this film. I thought that the performance by this muscular actor was great. The thrills is really good and some of it is surprising. The movie is filmed excellently. The special effects is also great. The music by Nerida Tyson-Chew is outstanding. I recommend that you stop <more>
by Amazon.com and buy the score! The film is quite interesting and the movie really keeps you going until the end. This is a very good and thrilling film. If you like the cast mentioned in the film, Thrillers, Action, Horror, and interesting giant snake films then I strongly recommend you to see this film today!
I found this movie to be a fun see. After a couple of months I will probably see it again. It was suspenseful, entertaining, and pretty well done if you embrace your imagination and keep in mind that it's not supposed to be a factual documentary. ..It was great! Thick jungles, sweltering heat, nasty waters, lots of obstacles, likable characters with the requisite chosen few to dislike or be on the fence about. ..A pairing to be invested in and root for to get through it all if no one else did. It even had a few moments of comedic relief. The editors, writers, directors did a very good job <more>
of tying it all together. They made everything sound fairly logical which is a lot more than I can say for that other Anaconda film. ..There, very near the end was the weakest spot but all in all ....good entertainment.
This movie is really good. I think it's even better than the first one. Great special and visual effects, and good roles.It was filmed on a nice location on Fiji north from New Zealand and it looks really beautiful. The snakes looked way better than in the first one.I liked the story and i liked the characters. The difference in this movie from the first one is that there are no big names in the first one there was Jennifer Lopez, Jon Voight, Owen Wilson and Ice Cube .But all in all it's a good entertaining movie. I liked it.The only thing i have to moan about is small number of <more>
killings i expected that only two people will survive, but even 4 of them survived in the end .I give it 9/10.
i have no idea but i don't know why everybody thinks this movie wasn't that good. I have to admit it but its better than the first "anaconda" film. The special FX were awesome and i want to know how they did it. Why would this kind of a movie need to offer anything . Its about "anacondas". One thing i would like to see more of though is the snakes. In the first movie the visual effects were good but the snake didn't really look like a real Anaconda. I'm actually hoping that they will make a lot more anaconda movie or snake movies in the near future. I just <more>
cant believe the number of people that gave this movie a low rating. Note: This Movie Deserves More Than a 5.
This movie in my opinion is critically underrated and for that matter it is a superb movie.The first movie in the anacondas series was so pathetic that I hoped the second would be much better,and I was right.An orchid with a unique chemical that can transcend ones life is being protected by bloodthirsty anacondas and those that are looking for it are thrust into a battle for survival. The acting is great and the setting is even better.The reason this movie is so underrated is because it may be inaccurate but movies are made to entertain and are in a world of their own and unless they are <more>
based on true facts,they shouldn't be compared to real life situations and for that reason,I rank this movie as a superb adventure/thriller that will be enjoyed by many.
If you're looking for a high budget film with famous actors and the greatest special effects, you shouldn't watch this movie. Because Anacondas wasn't filmed to a purpose of being an Oscar worthy movie. It was filmed in order to entertain the audience, and it did just that. Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid is far better than the first Anaconda of 1997 and is highly recommended to anyone who'd like to be entertained. This is one of those movies you can watch with a huge bucket of popcorn and some drinks.And I must say that the acting is actually as good as it can be in <more>
this kind of movie. Johnny Messner and Matthew Marsden did great, and the others too actually. But Messner definitely was the right choice for lead in this movie. The acting here is much better than in Anaconda. Luckily for us Ice Cube wasn't asked to reprise his role The guy just can't act, although he tries to. But he fails.This is probably Dwight H. Little's best movie to date. Give it a shot, don't have any expectations, just sit back and enjoy the ride. You'll like it.
Best movie in ANACONDA Franchise! (by muvi-fan-73)
There were movies released before and after this installment but this one stood the best.The story, associated facts with drugs and the mammoth reptile were all executed nicely. Direction withstood quality.Final Verdict: The movie is underrated in its segment and is worth watching.