The ”plot” of Snakes on a Plane (as if that’s important) finds Samuel L. Jackson as an FBI agent flying a witness from Hawaii to L.A. when the flight encounters, well, you know. Jackson plus some iffy CGI reptiles result in a movie that defines the term craptastic. EXTRAS Director David R. Ellis admits to tweaking prerelease controversy by feigning a name change to the infinitely less catchy Pacific Air 121. The doc ”Snakes on a Blog” ostensibly pays homage to the online community, but mostly shows how Internet fans had more imagination than the filmmakers themselves.
(Snakes on a Plane: James Dittiger)
Genre: Horror, Action/Adventure; Starring: Samuel L. Jackson, Flex Alexander, Kenan Thompson, Julianna Margulies, Nathan Phillips; Director: David Ellis; Author: Sebastian Gutierrez, John Heffernan; Release Date Wide: 08/18/2006; Distributor: New Line Cinema
Posted January 9 2007 — 12:00 AM EST
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