Anaconda is a 1997 American adventure horror film directed by Luis Llosa and starring Jennifer Lopez, Ice Cube, Jon Voight, Eric Stoltz, Jonathan Hyde and Owen Wilson. It focuses on a documentary film crew in the Amazon rainforest that is captured by a snake hunter who is hunting down a giant, legendary green anaconda. The film received mixed reviews but was a box office success. It grossed $136.8 million worldwide against a budget of $45 million, and also achieved the status of a cult classic. It was followed by a series of films.
A poacher (Danny Trejo) hides from an unknown creature in his boat. While it breaks through the boat and attempts to catch the poacher, he commits suicide by shooting himself to prevent the beast from killing him.
|author||Hans Bauer Jack Epps, Jr. Jim Cash|
|editor||Michael R. Miller|
|genre||adventure horror thriller|
|keywords||amazon river axe build burn capture cricothyrotomy cut diving regulator drug film fly force green anaconda how to hunt kill monkey paraguay pickaxe river scuba regulator search shoot snake attack stab strand suffocate wake up wasp|
|producer||Carol Little Leonard Rabinowitz Verna Harrah|
|productionCompany||Cinema Line Film Corporation Columbia Pictures|
|publisher||Sony Pictures Releasing|
|recordedAt||Amazonas Arcadia Las Vegas Los Angeles Manaus Pasadena|
|theme||documentary filmmaking monster movie|