New Alcatraz (2001)

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As a result of a drilling accident, a giant man-eating boa constrictor is released into a maximum security prison in Antarctica.


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12 August 2002 | SamRag
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| Waste of a good idea!
I got the feeling while watching this film that promising idea had been ruined during filmmaking or scripting. The story line itself is promising, as a maximum security prison has been build in the Antarctic, and while drilling they release a giant snake from some deep undercover cave. The material was under utilized, with no real character building, terrible terrible dialog and no action or excitement – AT ALL. What generally would be our hero's, the experts on prehistoric dinosaurs/animals, have nothing to do, and the reason for their involvement is a bigger mystery than the snake. The plot holes are endless, pausing in dialog (which I've noticed is a trade for all B-movies I hate), and strangle and irritatingly cut movie. Skip it, for God sake, just skip it… clean your house instead, it would be more fun. 2/10

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