Python (2000)

Genres - Comedy, Horror  |   Sub-Genres - Creature Film, Natural Horror  |   Release Date - Jan 17, 1999 (USA - Unknown)  |   Run Time - 100 min.  |   Countries - USA  |   MPAA Rating - R
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One seriously large snake makes for a staggering body count in this horror thriller. Dr. Anton Rudolph (Robert Englund) is a scientist who has spent years breeding and perfecting the ideal living weapon -- a gigantic python that's 60 feet long and can swallow nearly anything in its path. Rudolph is transporting his new creation by air when their plane crashes near a small town and the mutant snake escapes. Rudolph is forced to team up with Bart Parker (Casper Van Dien), a military security expert, to round up the snake, but in the meantime, more than a few locals are pointing fingers at eccentric John Cooper (Frayne Rosenoff), who has a fondness for snakes and a bad reputation with the local cops. Python also features supporting performances from Jenny McCarthy and Wil Wheaton.

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eccentric, escape, mutant, python, security-expert