Komodo Vs. Cobra 2005 PG-13

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It's terror times two when scientists accidentally create man-eating monsters that jeopardize the entire planet!

Starring:
Michael Paré, Michelle Borth
Runtime:
1 hour 35 minutes

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Komodo Vs. Cobra

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Genres Science Fiction, Horror
Director Jim Wynorski
Starring Michael Paré, Michelle Borth
Supporting actors Ryan McTavish, Renee Talbert, Jerri Manthey, Ted Monte, Glori-Anne Gilbert, Rene Rivera, Jay Richardson, Rod McCary, Roark Critchlow, Paul Logan, Damian T. Raven, Chris Neville, Delpaneaux Wills, Paul Green, Jordon Krain, Dan Golden, Jim Wynorski
Studio Lionsgate
MPAA rating PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
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Anyway, overall a pretty bad movie.
Michael Hogan
SPOILER WARNING A group of idealistic scientists at a secret facility on a Pacific island experiment with DNA to create super-maize in order to end world hunger.
Ashtar Command
Everything about it is just really painful to watch.
B. E Jackson

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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Russell T. Hess, Jr. on August 1, 2006
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Well. I have to admit that I am the first one to enjoy a nature runs amok epic. I love big critter movies so when I get 2 big critters I'm in scifi heaven. Is this cheesy? of course, as a cheese lovers pizza. Is it fun...you bettcha! This isn't oscar whoha. This is action, adventure and really bad overacting! But people get ate! Yippee! And lets face it, the final fight sequence is more realistic than Stallone's new Rocky film. Sit back and enjoy. A great way to kill a rainy day.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Biff Fearless on May 25, 2006
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Another entry in the Sci-Fi channel's series of giant monster movies. The effects in this one are below average, much inferior to KOMODO. There is the usual techno-babble explanation for the existence of these giant predators, and as usual it makes little if any sense. More of the standard "Don't mess with Mother Nature," and "Anything the armed forces are involved in is evil," the message of almost all sci-fi/horror films Hollywood releases. While I enjoyed this more than Sci-Fi's last "Versus", BOA VS PYTHON, it is small comfort. The movie never really delivers on the build-up as it meanders aimlessly to an unsatisfying ending.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mary on May 7, 2013
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This one was also good. But Michael Pare in this made it good. But so did the Komodo and the Cobra. They should make Number 2 and pick it up with the end.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Letha Barker on February 5, 2013
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It is a good old type scary movie and it has good actors. I recommend this movie to most people
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Michael Butts HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on August 18, 2006
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Ready for another CG-laden movie about genetic experimentation gone wrong? Well, here's KOMODO VS. COBRA, a rather misleading title since the climactic battle at the end is left unresolved. But, this movie isn't as bad as it could have been. The effects aren't superlative but they're not bad for one of these quickie flicks. Michael Pare sleepwalks through his role as the ex-military captain whose services as a boat commander are solicited by environmentalists out to expose the wicked treatment of animals on a remote South Pacific island. Along for the ride, naturally, is an ambitious tv journalist out to make the "big story", and you know that most of the cast will end up as appetizers for the monsters, but that's what you expect in these kind of films. If you're a fan of giant monster movies, this one's okay.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Joshua Koppel on November 5, 2006
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An environmentalist group has learned of animal testing being done on a remote island near Bora Bora. They bring a journalist, hire a boat, and set out to investigate with the idea of exposing the unethical treatment of the animals. They get more than they bargained for when they discover that the experiments have created giant Komodo dragons (although only one shows up for the big battle) and a giant cobra.

They soon link up with the lone survivor of the research team and learn the whole story of what is going on. Meanwhile the military is learning about what is going on and are trying to put a lid on things and hush it up. Monsters, civilians, and a military coverup. Put them all together and you just have to sit and see who survives and just what happens to those who don't. The ending is a little better than I was expecting but the title battle was very disappointing (much different than in Boa vs Python where the point was to get one to defeat the other).

This is a semi sequel to Curse of the Komodo. The storyline mostly follows the earlier movie and uses some of the same sets. However, the Komodo lizards look quite different and some of the original cast returns in all-new rolls. This can make things a little confusing at first. Also we now have a giant cobra (don't know how it got on the island). This cobra seems to live underwater. Not only that, sometimes it is in fresh water and sometimes in salt water. This is a silly film. In one scene, one of the characters decides the way to defend against bullet-proof monsters is to carry a length of bamboo. But as silly as it is there is some charm to this. Maybe it lies in anticipation of how bad it will be. Anyway, the title should put you in the right expectation for this film. If you want a silly monster film you could certainly do worse.
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The moral of this particular movie is that whenever the military gets involved in scientific matters all hell breaks loose.
A group of well-meaning scientists discovers a means of making HUGE food to help end world hunger. Naturally, the EVIL military gets involved, wanting to make HUGE creatures so they start with cobras and komodo dragons (were they planning to drop the BIG creatures on some enemy country?). Naturally, the creatures grow too large and make a snack of everyone they can find. The pinhead general who started this mess, decides to send in a covert team to take care of the problem. Before you can say midnight snack, they're gone. No surprise, this dope then decides to just bomb the island instead. Unfortunately, there happens to be a survivor among the scientists and a group of wacky environmentalists has decided to raid the place with a reporter to expose whatever it is they think the scientists were working on. Along for the ride is their boat driver (Michael Pare). To make certain they can't get off the island, the evil general has the boat bombed. Somehow, murdering the intruders made the most sense.

I'm always happy to watch movies about gigantic man-eating monsters. And this one proved entertaining enough thanks to an amusing performance by Michael Pare. Nothing phased this character; not even watching his boat go up in flames (well, at least he wasn't on it at the time!). The rest of the snacks were stock characters you wouldn't miss. It's daffy, dopey, and dumb but I still enjoyed it.
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