VIDEO: Snakes on a Plane (2006)

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Il Neige becomes possessed by a bad British accent that forces him to review the movie Snakes on a Plane!

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  • Richard Eriksson Hjelm

    just wondering how often do you produce these reviews?

    • Garrett Snook

      I normally try to produce one review every month, because that’s all I could manage during school. I’m hoping to be a little more prolific in the future though.

      • Richard Eriksson Hjelm

        Considering my time in university right now I can sympathize but will we see you more during summer break?

        • Garrett Snook

          The first half of my summer is actually going to be super busy, so there probably won’t be any full-on reviews until a little later. I am planning to start doing quick reviews of current theatrical releases though.

          • Thomas Stockel

            Cool! I enjoy your reviews so I’m glad to hear your thoughts on the new stuff.

  • Muthsarah

    SoaP is a perfectly good tribute to 80s B-movies. It wasn’t that well-written (most of the comedic dialogue isn’t funny), but it’s such a goofy premise, the laughs come from the “scary” moments, not from the “funny” ones. Really, the only way to improve on it would be for it to try to be MORE serious and play it even straighter than it was. Cut out maybe five-to-ten minutes’ worth of bad dialogue and comic-relief characters and give it to that kung-fu guy. I was waiting half the movie for him to flip out and start killing snakes by the dozens, and he never did it; he could have so easily killed a snake, then used it as nunchaku to kill other snakes. Samuel L. Jackson and random kung-fu guy killing snakes at 20,000 feet, how could that not have been fun enough? Why did the creators think they needed “real” jokes thrown in?

    P.S. Star Tours reference. Awesome.

  • Anon

    The voice sounds more like Stewie Griffin but visually, that’s really not a bad impression of Film Brain. Has he seen this?

    As for Snakes on a Plane, it’s probably the most unclassifiable film I’ve ever seen. Is it horror? Is it action? Is it comedy? Is it a spoof, but then, why is it so serious?
    And who decided to call Samuel L. Jackson “Neville”? It doesn’t suit him in the slightest, Neville is a reliable, guy-next-door name; not a gun-toting, action hero name.
    Weird, weird film.

    • Garrett Snook

      Apparently he’s aware of it, but he hasn’t actually seen it.

      As for classification, it’s basically a modern exploitation film, so it blends elements of horror, action and over the top cheese as it sees fit.

  • The Blockbuster Chick

    Ah HA! Thats 2 of us Boothers who’ve reviewed this “movie” Snakes on a Plane lol Great review as always Il Neige, but allow me to do the “I did it first” dance on repeat lol lol 🙂

    • Garrett Snook

      Go for it!

  • Necroglobule

    Fun Fact: Il Neige is Italian for “The Neige”

    • Garrett Snook

      It’s also French for “It’s snowing.”

      • danbreunig

        So I WAS right–and I suck at French! At least I thought so in my first posting to you when you debuted here.

        • Garrett Snook

          Indeed you were. Have this box of old NES cartridges I found at Goodwill.