By Sarah Sanders
The genius of Anaconda (1997) lies in the fact that it took three (3!) writers to come up with the brilliant idea of having an insane snake hunter hijack a documentary film crew lost on a river boat in the Amazon. It probably took them 30 minutes to jot down the entire plot, 28 minutes of which were most likely spent discussing how awesome it would be if Jon Voight (with a ponytail) was swallowed by the anaconda then Spit. Back. Out. And wouldn’t it just be the most badass thing if he then winked, too.
I think those three guys were on to something.