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Mega Python vs. Gatoroid (2011)

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There's a crisis in the Florida Everglades as giant pythons are threatening the alligator population.

Director:

Mary Lambert

Writer:

Naomi L. Selfman (screenplay) (as Naomi Selfman)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Tiffany ... Terry O'Hara
Debbie Gibson ... Dr. Nikki Riley
A Martinez ... Dr. Diego Ortiz
Kathryn Joosten ... Angie Polk
Kevin M. Horton ... R.J. Cupelli
Carey Van Dyke ... Justin
Micky Dolenz ... Self
Robert R. Shafer ... Zeke (as Bobby Ray Shafer)
Carl Ciarfalio ... Billy
Steve Hart ... Ray (as Stephen P. Hart)
Kaiwi Lyman ... Tom (as Kaiwi Lyman-Mersereau)
Patrick Hancock ... Ben
Arden Cho ... Gia
Chris Neville ... Manny
Kristen Wilson ... Barbara
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Storyline

As rampant, ever-growing pythons infest the warm Florida Everglades thanks to Dr Nikki Riley's die-hard group of activists, suddenly, Park Ranger, Terry O'Hara, has a lot on her plate. One by one, the slithering invaders are killing the unprepared congregation of indigenous alligators, leading to a drastic but ill-advised countermeasure: to kill a dangerous predator, one needs to come up with an even deadlier protector. As a result, gigantic bone-crushing pythons and gargantuan man-eating alligators wreak havoc on the land, devouring everything in their way. Now, the ultimate battle between species commences, and whoever wins, humans lose. Can Nikki and Terry put aside their differences in the name of survival? Written by Nick Riganas

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Screaming, Scratching, Biting... And that's just THE GIRLS!


Certificate:

TV-14 | See all certifications »

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Trivia

In the scene where Nikki and a group of animal rights protesters picket in front of the park ranger station, one of the protesters can be seen wearing an Electric Youth-era Debbie Gibson t-shirt and another wearing a Tiffany "Hold an Old Friends Hand" Album Tour Shirt. See more »

Goofs

When Diego and Terry are stuck in the plane, they are in the front. It then cuts to a shot of the plane tipping forward, meaning the two are tipping forward, but it shows them tipping backward. See more »

Quotes

[Terry is crying over losing her fiancé to the pythons as Nikki talks to the other animal rights protesters and points at her]
Nikki: Would you look at this? People are dying, and it's all that woman's fault. Her ignorance is sending people to their deaths.
[as Terry and the other park rangers approach the station entrance]
Nikki: Hey, snakes are at the top of the food chain. I tried to warn you, and now look what's happening.
Terry: How dare you! You crazy, cold-blooded, snake-loving bitch!
Nikki: Crazy? Me? Look, I'm not the...
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Connections

References The Oprah Winfrey Show (1986) See more »

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Snake Charmer
Performed by Debbie Gibson
Written by Debbie Gibson
Available on iTunes
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Tiffany and Debbie Gibson: Together Again
7 November 2014 | by chubbydaveSee all my reviews

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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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 January 2011 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Atacul reptilelor See more »

Filming Locations:

Arcadia, California, USA See more »

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Production Co:

Syfy, The Asylum See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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