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Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid (2004)
 
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A bunch of corporate goons think they can hurry off to Borneo and collect some Blood Orchids, a magic flower that will make their pharmaceutical company billions of dollars because it can prolong life. They only have a week before the flower stops blooming, but the trip is complicated by a slight problem - it's Anaconda breeding season when they meet in big mating balls, and these Anacondas are very special - no, not because they swam all the way to Borneo from South America, the only place they should be found, but because the "fountain of youth" orchid has been prolonging their lives and they have grown really, really, big. They're not like those measly little Anacondas from the first Anaconda movie. So, some people die, some snakes die, the end.
 

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