Mega Python vs. Gatoroid

2011

Action / Comedy / Horror / Sci-Fi

14
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 16%
IMDb Rating 3 10 2923

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A Martinez as Dr. Diego Ortiz
Arden Cho as Gia
Kristen Wilson as Barbara
Kathryn Joosten as Angie Polk
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668.48 MB
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23.976 fps
1hr 31 min
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1hr 31 min
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Reviewed by GL84 9 / 10

Fun and exciting Sci-Fi Channel creature feature

When a deranged activist releases a group of pythons from a testing lab into the Florida everglades, their rampage across the resident gator population forces a wildlife officer to inject steroids into the creatures to fight back, inadvertently starting a war with the now monstrous species in the area.

On the whole this one wasn't all that bad and had a lot to like. As is always the case, the action here is really enjoyable and based off the quicker encounters here, which includes large portions of this one. The early scenes here are mostly centered around the sneak-attacks by the snakes against the hunting party out in the swamp which is quite fun as they pop up to launch attacks or feature scenes of the them in town defending their eggs which causes this one to really embrace the natural tactic of coiling around a victim in order to kill by suffocation. Likewise, the crocodiles get some good time too where they chase down the assistants in the swamps, the ambush on the scientists and as well the individual encounters here there's the fun of their battles against each other in the swamps as there's a lot to like with all the fun brawling and fighting around in the area which allows for some fine and highly cheesy action. That kind of cheesy action here is furthered by the highly cheesy and action-packed sequence of the creatures overrunning the city in a fine amount of city destruction that certainly allows for quite the fun time throughout here as this one takes on the destruction in a fiery spectacle as both creatures are given a lot to work with all throughout this, the repelling attempts aren't that bad and there's enough attacks on the group trying to stop them that there's a lot of frantic action brought into the mix. Further action scenes, from their attack on the dinner party which also manages to feature an uproariously cheesy cat-fight made all the more fun for who's providing it as well as the explosive finale at the quarry keep this going along nicely as well, and along with some rather creative methods for the creatures' back-story makes for enough positives to hold out over the few minor flaws here. Among the bigger issues here is the completely confusing storyline here that glosses over way too many plot-points, including a major one about why she remained unaccountable for the federal law about introducing non-native species in a foreign environment which she continually admits to throughout the film or the wildlife officer feeding crocodiles with steroids yet nothing is brought about the illegal activities carried out, and then brought back into focus in a very clumsy way. As well, it's to be expected here that the CGI is just plain utterly atrocious and worse off here that there's tow creatures that have to deal with thee lousy effects in their construction which runs throughout here and contains all the usual manners of faulty work throughout. These issues are all that hold this one down.

Rated Unrated/R: Graphic Violence and Language.

Reviewed by Diane Ruth 10 / 10

Tiffany vs Gibson vs Two Giant Monsters Resulting in Delightful Hilarity

Gifted director Mary Lambert (Stephen King's Pet Semetary) brought screenwriter Naomi Selfman's delightful script to the screen with fantastic vision and panache. Pairing Tiffany and Debbie Gibson as cat fighting heroes was an absolutely brilliant concept and when these two embark on a mission against rampaging giant pythons and gators, high-jinx ensue. The laugh-out-loud fun never lets up from start to finish in this hilarious caper and it's apparent that everyone involved is having a great time in this farce. The special effects are appropriately awful and the supporting cast simply seems to be enjoying the joke themselves. The always enjoyable A. Martinez is a true comic surprise. While not meant to be taken seriously, this has some pretty intense horror elements but that never overshadows the spirit of outrageous hilarity. A fabulous departure from the usual SyFy/Asylum serious science fiction dramas.

Reviewed by chubbydave 3 / 10

Tiffany and Debbie Gibson: Together Again

This is one of several movies where they take has-beens from yesteryear and have them do silly things. This movie features Debbie Gibson and Tiffany, teeny-bop pop starts from the 80s, but they're not really has-beens. Both of them still have careers that most actresses and singers can only dream about. It also features some guy from the 80s band The Monkeys.

Nevertheless, Debbie plays a tree hugging environmentalist who releases some snakes into the Everglades. Tiffany plays a voluptuous park ranger who feeds steroid induced chickens to alligators thinking that the alligators would eat the snakes. What could go wrong?

As a former fan of the singers, I was more than pleased. Cute Debbie has grown up to be a mature, beautiful woman, slender, yet muscular. She spends the second half of the movie running around in an evening gown about the size of a hand towel. Tiffany has curves that are imprinted in my brain. The two play rivals in the movie, occasionally using the B-word to refer to each other. At one point, the two ladies get into a cat fight.

The movie knows it's a joke, and it doesn't pretend to be otherwise. The ladies don't take themselves seriously either. Both know it's a stupid low budget B-movie, if that. If you were in love with Debbie Gibson and/or Tiffany back in the 80s, then you'll like this movie. If not, then I highly advise that you skip it.

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