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Plot: While practicing motocross in Hawaii, Sean Jones witnesses the brutal murder of an important American prosecutor by the powerful mobster Eddie Kim. FBI agent Neville Flynn persuades him to testify against Eddie in Los Angeles. They board the red-eye Flight 121 of Pacific Air, occupying the entire… Runtime: 105 min Release Date: 18 Aug 2006
Oh, yes, Snakes on a Plane does indeed rock. (by ps42)
A small part of me has died today. I realized something when I exited the theater, fresh from the prescreening of Snakes on a Plane SoaP at the cinema at which I work, that I may never again see another film that rocks this hard. If you are looking for a deep introspective look at the horrors of airborne terrorism and reptilian exploitation, look somewhere else, and don't complain about it. If you are like me, and I would assume you are since you are reading my review, and are looking for a solid hour and a half of ass-kickery, then congratulations. You just hit the jackpot with SoaP. I <more>
can honestly say that the film lived up to my every expectation. I was so pumped by the end of the movie that I threw my shoes across the empty theater in a fit of ecstasy. I kid you not.Boiled down to its very essence, SoaP is the pretty much the essence of all that is manly. Think of it like an anti-chick flick. If you enjoy any of the following, then this movie is for you: gruesome deaths, breasts, cheesy physical humor, Samuel L. Jackson, or venomous reptiles. If not, then you clearly have a vagina, but may still manage to enjoy SoaP.Plot is pretty thin, something generic about a kid Nathan Phillips who witnessed a mob murder and has to be transported to L.A. to testify in court, but I doubt anyone will mind. We know the basic story. There is a plane in the air that has both venomous snakes and Samuel L. Jackson on board. Samuel L. Jackson defeat snakes in a number of thoroughly awesome ways, which I will not reveal as to not diminish their awesomeness, and simultaneously deals with whiny, stereotypical frightened passengers. Trust me though, seeing the snakes rampaging through the plane and wreaking havoc on said stereotypical passengers is indeed sweet.The acting is as solid as one could hope for from this cast. Jackson takes front and center stage, obviously. He saw the called the pitch, took a beefy swing and hit one into the upper decks. As for the rest of the cast, they did a decent job. Keenan Thompson actually doesn't suck, Nathan Phillips was solid enough, and Julianna Margulies did a fine job.Honestly, I can think of no reason not to see Snakes on a Plane. Sure, the critics will lambaste it left and right. There's no doubt about that. However, coming from someone who is ready to accept the film for what it is, I can honestly recommend it to anyone who can appreciate its nostalgic, cheese-ball appeal.All things considered, Snakes on a Plane will undoubtedly be the most enjoyable, and the most unlikely blockbuster of the summer. A solid ten out of ten.
There is NOTHING bad about this movie! (by jawschlech)
If you got at all caught up in the hype of this movie, even so much as chuckled at any of the viral videos inspired by its epic title or at the title itself! , you will LOVE this film. It was everything I had hoped for and more. Sex, drugs, violence, gore, guns, other unlikely weapons, deadly reptiles, predictable plot, occasionally questionable acting, tacky CGI, factual inaccuracies, physical impossibilities... I mean, this movie has something for anyone with a pulse.It has achieved the perfect balance: it is bad enough to be funny, but good enough to be great. If you ever find yourself <more>
less than thrilled to be watching it, all you have to do is remember the title and suddenly it's amazing! Really the best thing about it other than the concept/title is that, on the whole, it's not a terribly made film. Plus, at least for the screening at our theater, the whole audience was completely into it. People were cheering and clapping and everyone was psyched just to be there.If you think the idea is lame, if you don't "get it" and don't want to, well, I don't know what to tell you. You've already made up your mind what you're going to think about this movie. But even if you've never heard of it, approach with an open mind and you won't be disappointed. GO SEE IT!
Snakes on a Plane F****ING RULES!!!!!! (by buttersstotch)
This movie is better than it could possible be, see it.That's all I want to say but IMDb won't let me go on just that. So I'll continue...This movie was so incredibly entertaining. There was no point in this movie were I was not laughing, crying or jumping out my seat in shock. Everything you want to happen with snakes, a plane and Samuel L. Jackson happens. Every excellent way for someone to get attacked by a snake happens plus a lot of awesome events from panicked escaping. This movie smashed all of my expectations and Samuel L. Jackson should be given the entire MTV Movie <more>
The title says everything you need to know. You're in a 200 foot long aluminum tube flying at 35,000 feet with snakes loose everywhere and Sam Jackson is getting very tired of them. I thought that this film, which wasn't screened for critics, lives up to the hype that has buzzed around it. It's entertaining and delivers, unabashedly what it promises. Snakes, some gore and Sam Jackson. The plot is simple enough. A man is witness to a murder by a crime lord and Sam Jackson is an FBI agent protecting the witness until he can get to LA from Hawaii to testify. Snakes are released on <more>
the plane in mid-flight and chaos ensues. I would recommend this film. It's fun, funny and extremely entertaining. It's a rare film that delivers straightforward what it promises. A good time, Sam Jackson yelling and lots of snakes on a plane.
See this movie with a group of friends. It'll be more fun! (by sequined_insanity)
I was surprised at how much i was NOT disappointed by this movie. I was expecting the cheesy lines, and the predictable actions and re-actions of the characters, but knowing I was going into a movie that was hyped as "so bad, it's good!" made it easier to ignore logic and just enjoy myself. Seeing it with a big gang of friends certainly didn't hinder that enjoyment either. In fact, I don't think i would've enjoyed it as much if I didn't have 6 other people laughing their asses off right along with me! And having the entire audience yell out THAT line along with <more>
Sam Jackson was incredibly amusing. "Snakes on a Plane"- I don't know if I'd label it a "Best Worst" movie it's no Deathrace 2000 ; I think I honestly liked it too much for that. I found it hilarious, campy, and gratifying. It's a must-see for B-is-for-bad movie fans, and mainstream followers will get a kick out of it too. Just for fun: bring along a pocket full of rubber snakes. I'm sure you'll think of SOMETHING to do with them!!
It's actually good! If you like Lake Placid you'll love this. (by adamvoorhees)
Lake Placid might be a little less out there with it's self awareness but it's the same kinda vain.Funny, good deaths, quickly paced and apart from a bit of an anti climatic ending it's all good and boy do those snakes ever get in everywhere. There is some nice little gory bits, a bit of sex and some swearing but not that much actually and yes Sam does actually say "get these motherf**kin' snakes off this motherf**kin' plane" to a big old cheer from the audience.If you're on board with the whole Snakes vibe as a movie you will not be let down. Everyone who I <more>
watched it with who was excited going into the movie come out just as happy. Sure it's over the top and a bit silly at the times but its SNAKES ON A PLANE!Hey go and enjoy those Snakes!
Great, cheesy, B-movie summer fun (by theredraylives)
Oh my god. I think I might still be a little excited, since I just got back from the advance screening of Snakes on a Plane. I want to preface this review by saying that IT'S NOT SERIOUS. DO NOT go to this film expecting to see some great, dramatic film because you'll be let down. However, if you want to go and see Samuel L. Jackson kick the holy sh*t out of snakes on a plane then this is the film for you. It's dumb B-movie summer fun, and it delivered it by the truckload. It knows it isn't serious with that title, how could it be , and honestly, the whole time everyone <more>
involved is just having FUN with it. So go, sit back, have fun, and see some snakes on a plane .The plot on this bad-boy is razor thin with a pathetic, throw-away villain. After witnessing a murder, Sean Nathan Phillips is taken into protective custody by the FBI and more specifically, Jackson's Neville Flynn. He has to be flown from Hawaii to LA to testify and blah, blah, blah. Who cares, right? No one, seriously, NO ONE. Our villain, Eddie Kim, is worthless. We get two minutes or so of screen time from him. He's not the villain; the SNAKES are the villains!!!!! The real fireworks start when we GET ON THAT PLANE. You all know what's going to happen, so they don't waste much time building up to it. Eventually the snakes on the plane are released. People are bitten in hilarious and very painful fashion. Samuel L. Jackson has to control the situation in that bad-ass way that only he can, and he disposes of the snakes in downright hilarious ways which I won't spoil, you have to see it to believe it . Most of your characters are generally stereotypes and some of the acting is wooden. Most of the characters are very clichéd and stupid as well, and they don't do the most logical things in the situations they are presented. But that's not what you care about. THAT'S NOT IMPORTANT! What is important, is the fact, that there are SNAKES... ON A PLANE! It's cheesy, B-movie fun, and don't let anyone tell you any different. You want to see snakes on a plane, you're going to see snakes on a plane. Period. It also plays homage to some Jackson flicks of old, I'll let you decide which ones, since the scenes are obviously set up in that way. Try to think of other films Jackson has been in with reptiles.The special effects were PRETTY good; it was obvious when you were looking at a CGI snake or a real snake, that much I can tell you. But it didn't matter. It doesn't take you out of the movie at all. The action is as good as you can expect from people whooping snakes and vice-versa. It was a good thriller, they kept it moving and didn't slow down, and they kept the tension riding high throughout the film. And it's FUNNY. It's funny if you expect it to be cheesy fun, and it is, and I was constantly laughing throughout. Even as snakes on a plane are killing people, you're laughing at it. It was just that good.I don't know what else I can say about this, except that if you have the chance, SEE THIS FILM OPENING WEEKEND. Get a crowd in there that wants to have good, dumb, popcorn-movie fun and you will have a blast. My theater was off the hook, and it's seriously the most fun I've had at the movies in longer than I can remember. Go into this film knowing what it is and watch it with exactly that in mind and you'll have a GREAT time. Expect nothing from it and just let yourself have fun for a couple of hours. This film won't be the darling of the critics; it wasn't pre-screened because the makers KNOW what this film is and what they expect from it. I can't think of another instance where a film drew this kind of buzz on its title alone, and where everyone who went to see it completely knew it was going to be "so bad it's good." And it really is. Kudos to the studio that ordered re-shoots after all the buzz on the internet kicked in, it really shines. And thanks for the "line" which is quoted at the head of the review. Everyone in my theater said it with him, and EVERYONE was cheering.Snakes on a Plane has landed. And it's good summer fun. With snakes. On a plane. Eight out of ten stars.Sgt. Fluffy
The movie opened in Israel on the 17th, a full day before the rest of the world and I couldn't say no moreover because the Hebrew title was mistranslated to 'Snakes on THE plane' - 'Nekhashim Al HaMatos' and took a few friends to watch it.I laughed so hard I was going to cry! This movie should be categorized as Comedy!And now for the straight faced review: It was horrible. There was no character development in sight and the movie was so riddled with plot holes, loose ends and half-baked ideas that one has to assume the writer was under the influence of some narcotic <more>
drug. The script was so painfully played out by some of the actors that you would imagine it was because they couldn't keep themselves from bursting out in laughter at its absurdity.Samuel Jackson acted worse than pretty much any other role he's ever played, even though it looks like the part was written for him or at least a few 'special' lines .The snakes look like they're CG during most of the times they really were, which is OK if your movie came out in the 90s. Or is this bad.Snakes + Plane Snakes on a Plane!
Despite the totally ridiculous title - which pretty much summarizes the entire movie and the shameless presentation of literally every single cliché and stereotype in the horror movie business, "Snakes on a Plane" actually is a pretty unique film. Why? Because it finally is a summer blockbuster that completely lives up to its internet hype and exactly delivers what you expect from it! Plenty of fast action, a handful of scary jump-moments, beautiful empty-headed girls all around and an undeniably cool Hollywood star who constantly fires off catchy one-liners. That's what <more>
it looks like from all the trailers and internet marketing campaigns and that's also what you get. It's a good old homage to monstrous B-movies, similar to "Tremors" and maybe even "Eight Legged Freaks", only this film entirely owes its success to the wildly enthusiast internet fans that already worshiped the idea long before they even began shooting the actual movie. The script of "Snakes on a Plane" isn't all laughs and stupidity, mind you. There's a reason why the poor passengers of this red-eye flight are attacked by a seemly endless amount of aggressive snakes and several sequences contain suspense as well as visual flair. The different species of snakes are fascinating to behold and even the computer-engineered ones come across as convincing and not at all over the top... Except for one snake in particular, but at least that critter supplies the movie with an adorably grotesque cheese moment. Some of the snake-attacks and killings are remarkably gruesome and the acting performances are overall satisfying. David R. Ellis' directing is solid and he frequently proves that "Snakes on a Plane" is more than just a rapidly created fan boy horror movie. It's a cool and immensely entertaining throwback to good old B-movie times. Highly recommended.