Monkey death scene


Does anybody where abouts in the film I can find the scene in which a snake eats a monkey? I'm going off the UK DVD version, is it on there?

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What's wrong with you?

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Err... Not funny.

And I don't watch Oprah.

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I'm here crying about a monkey am I? No I'm not, you inbred degenerate POS.

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Actually, I don't and you're overreacting.

And why should it matter if I was? These are message boards where you say your OWN OPINION. Sometimes you're going to read things from other people that you don't agree with, who the hell cares?

Not everyone is going to agree with you, and not everyone is going to agree with me.

I might not think that to sacrifice an animal simply for entertainment value is something to be proud of, mainly because I'm not mentally ill and don't get off on it like you do, but you are too arrogant and quick to judge people when you don't like an opinion.

Reply back if you want, but I can't be bothered reading anymore of your ignorant responses, degenerate.


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I have some cheap version and it was about 1/3rd of the way in... um.. it's actually pretty disturbing.. I wouldn't actually recommend like looking for it on purpose.. I fast forwarded through that part, I don't really condone the animal crap which is very popular in this genre... I own most of the popular "cannibal" movies and that is one thing about them that I am definitely not into... anyway, the monkey is really cute, and it's nauseating.. soooo... careful what you wish for.

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That animal crap, although I felt quite sad for the monkey, is called nature. Snakes eat monkeys, do you complain about wildlife documentaries showing an animal being killed by another? All the animal stuff was supposed to show in this is the ruthlessness of the jungle.


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^^So true. They act as if they forced a snake to eat a monkey on film. Its nature and sh*t happens now get over it if someone wants to see it.

Would you condemn National Geographic for making 2 hour long documentaries just on the circle of life(and death)? No, so please STFU.

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It's not nature when the monkey is deliberately fed to the snake. You would have to be a complete idiot to think that scene was 'natural'.

For the uneducated;

"When the snake eats the monkey, it is supposed to be natural footage of one animal eating another. There are many leaves around the shot, and one of them is very clearly added during editing to hide a device to launch the monkey into the snake's mouth. (A frame by frame analysis of this is on the unrated Blue Underground DVD.)"

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It IS nature, moron. The fact that they staged the scene doesn't contradict in any way to the fact that such thing actually happen regularly.

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you're THE moron here, do mankind a big favour and hang yourself

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Didn't like that bit. I hit the fast foward button. Its stupid, sickening, cruel and doesn't even belong within the films narrative, and went on way too long. Its a great explotation movie but that scene was just dumb. Why would you wanna see it just for that? Sh%t man get help!

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You know, I regret (partially) watching this scene. I had to look away because I just didn't want to see it. It may be because I like monkeys a lot, and they're more expressive than most other animals, but this just seemed... wrong. There's a huge difference between letting nature play out as it does and actually "feeding" the monkey to a snake when it doesn't even stand a fighting chance. Then pointing a camera at it and "documenting" an obviously very painful and frightening death just seems really sick and unnecessary in my opinion. It's also clear this is not stock footage and the scene was filmed / staged specifically for this movie.

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It was a great scene that shows the ruthlessness of nature.

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