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Bananacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Red Banana in October - A Movie Mark Original

Tagline: They're back, and this time they're hungry ... FOR BANANAS!
Cast: Harrison Ford


While on a search for the secret to eternal life, a group of scientists discover a rare, Indonesian banana that holds the secrets they’ve been looking for. Plus, for some reason it only grows in October. Danger arises when they realize they are surrounded by anacondas that are eating these things and living forever. Yes, these aren’t just regular anacondas.  They are BANANACONDAS!

A gruff, scruffy-looking former CIA Analyst (Harrison Ford) decides to quit the department for good when he’s replaced with a younger man, despite the fact that the youthful daredevil had yet to show any sort of clout. Ford moves to the Indonesian jungle to serve as a guide for tourists. When the scientists approach him about leading them on the search for the Indonesian banana, the money is just too good to pass up. But once the expedition starts to get more complicated than expected, causing the scientists to whine and complain, all Ford can do is respond with, “Traveling through Borneo ain’t like dusting crops, boy,” while looking into the camera and winking.

What ensues is one harrowing chase scene after another, all followed by repackaged Harrison Ford lines such as, “Well, you can forget your troubles with those Amazon snakes. I told you I’d outrun ‘em.” Then after nobody responds he deadpans, “Don’t everyone thank me at once.”

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