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Anaconda (Superbit(TM)) (Sous-titres français)


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  • Actors: Jon Voight, Jennifer Lopez, Eric Stoltz, Ice Cube, Jonathan Hyde
  • Directors: Luis Llosa
  • Writers: Jack Epps Jr., Hans Bauer, Jim Cash
  • Producers: Andy Fickman, Beau Marks, Carole Little, Jack Epps Jr., Leonard Rabinowitz
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, DVD-Video, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: French, Portuguese, Korean, Mandarin Chinese, Thai, English, Spanish
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Canadian Home Video Rating : Ages 14 and over
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: Aug. 27 2002
  • Run Time: 89 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (129 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00006ADD2
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #75,641 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)


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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on Nov. 22 2003
Format: DVD
truely superiour to the new snake movie crap made todasy this one has some of hollywoods biggest stars a giant snake good gory deaths and a satysfing ending
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Gigi on June 23 2004
Format: DVD
Plot: A group of filmakers/scientists journey through the amazon in search for a rare indian tribe only to encounter a snake hunter and 50-foot man-eating anaconda!
Review: Great film with a talented and impressive cast (Jon Voight(Heat), Jennifer Lopez(Evita), Eric Stoltz(Pulp Fiction),Ice Cube(Friday),Owen Wilson(Zoolander),and more...)
For a film of this genre, "Anaconda" continues to remain realistic throughout it's story.
Packed with action, suspense, and stunning visual and make-up effects, "Anaconda" delivers!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Samhot on Sept. 19 2003
Format: DVD
A film crew comprised of actors Eric Stoltz, Ice Cube, Jennifer Lopez, Kari Wuhrer, Owen Wilson, and some others take a trip down to Brazil on a river to film some things, but are conned into trapping a gigantic snake - that will attempt to eat every member of the crew, eventually - when they meet a scheming snake trapper played by Jon Voight.
The special effects are used to interesting degree, as the Anaconda actually is made to look convincingly real (and, yes, Anacondas are really that big.) Quite a bit of violence, blood, and gore in this one, so I wouldn't necessarily recommend it for those who are faint of heart. Some of this actually gives me the itches when I see it. In fact, I'm a bit surprised that this made a PG-13 rating, as some of the violent scenes border on R-rated material.
This film does not necessarily require a long, explanative review. It's an entertaining, cheesy, fun, disgusting action/horror flick. Heterosexual males will probably want to watch the film to see Jennifer Lopez in an uncharacteristically raw, sweaty, dirtied-up role, as well as for actress Kari Wuhrer. Fans of snakes and gore will probably find plenty to be fascinated with. But, most of all, fans of entertaining, action-packed film will find something here to enjoy. Watch at your own risk.
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When I watched Anaconda I was surprised that it was better than I expected. Part of the reason for that was the performance given by John Voigt.
A film crew is traveling the Amazon in search of the elusive People of the Mist. On the way the rescue Voigt from a stranded ship. Voigt is a snake catcher and claims he knows where the People of the Mist can be found. In reality he is trying to lead them into anaconda territory where he hopes to catch a live specimen and make a fortune. Finally the truth comes out, as do the snakes and it becomes a battle between man and beast as well as between man and man. In the end the survivors prepare to return to their ruined careers when they stumble across the People of the Mist.
John Voigt gave an excellent performance as a Paraguayan snake catcher (Paraguayan so as no one can tell if the accent is right). John shows off a physique that shows why he was chosen to play gigolos and boxers. I did not care too much for the black cameraman. He seemed to be one great big stereotype, so city bred he can't believe that fish live in water. The only other flaw with the film is the way the snake moves. Anacondas are strong but they can not support their entire weight on the tip of their tail. It also moved faster than a striking rattlesnake. Oh well, I still really enjoyed the movie.
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By "ericswrongturn" on July 2 2004
Format: DVD
THIS MOVIE WAS COOL THE SNAKE LOOKS SO COOL. REALLY GOOD CREATURE MOVIE.EVEN HAS HOT ACTORS LIKE KARI WUHRE AND J-LO. GREAT BUT NO DEEP BLUE SEA.
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By A Customer on June 17 2004
Format: DVD
Not since the 1973's "SsssssS" (Strother Martin and Dirk Benedict) has a snake movie been so creepy. ANACONDA's plot is your garden variety monster movie. Each character is picked off one by one by the monster (in this case, a giant anaconda snake) and one or two survivors find a way to kill it. Thrown in the mix is always an antagonizer who goes against the grain. In this film, Jon Voight plays totally out of type as the mysterious big game hunter who latches on to a documentary film crew in the Amazon. He leads them on a wild goose trail looking for a lost indian tribe, unknown to his hosts that he's looking for a big game snake. The film is predictable and the CGI/animatronic snake is somewhat decent. Some of the giant anaconda CGI movements look unrealistic to the point of looking cartoony. It is easy to distinguish between the CGI and the mechanical snake. But once the snake shows up, the movie picks up. The creepy (but clever) sequence is when Voight becomes victim to the giant anaconda. A camera shot seems to come from inside the snake as the mouth opens and it begins to swallow him. Then a couple of scenes later when you think Voight is a goner, the snake regurgitates him covered with digestive juices. To make it even creepier, Voight is still alive and winks at Jennifer Lopez. Overall, a predictable B- horror/monster movie with an interesting cast which includes Jennifer Lopez, Jon Voight and Ice Cube, but with cheap computer effects not up to par with JURASSIC PARK.
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By A Customer on June 13 2004
Format: DVD
Well, however you look at it, this is an enjoyable little man-vs-nature movie. Enjoyable, that is, in the "what the hell, it's bad enough to be good and I've got nothing else to do" sort of way. The snake effects are pretty good, and Jon Voight (having a devilishly good time with his wack-o character and accent) does more acting than the whole rest of the cast combined.
Speaking of the cast, that one's a head-scratcher. The usually reliable Eric Stoltz kicks up his feet and literally sleeps through most of his role. Jennifer Lopez, in her pre-J.Lo days, makes you have to wonder just how her career ever really took off. Ice Cube runs around frowning, as usual. Plus, any movie that casts Owen Wilson as the resident hunk (has anyone ever seen his nose, for God's sake?) is already making way too many mistakes. And you simply can't wait for the stuffy British jerk to get swallowed alive. At least Voight's around to liven things up.
Then there's the plot. This documentary film crew is searching for some silly lost tribe, but of course gets sidetracked by trying to avoid being eaten. Then, at the very end of the movie, this tribe shows up to wave hello and do absolutely nothing else. Is this an "Aw[...] moment? Or an "Ooooo..." moment? Or a just plain "So what?" moment?
And this is one death-defying snake! Obviously, this kind of movie plays fast and loose with little things like "reality" and "laws of nature", but somehow I don't think snakes, even really big, mean ones, can sustain as much blunt-force head trauma as this one does by busting through windows and smashing boat decks with its noggin.
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