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Opened in Theaters: Friday, August 18th, 2006

Directed by David Richard Ellis

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Snakes on a Plane
A ruthless assassin unleashes a crate full of lethal snakes aboard a packed passenger jet over the Pacific Ocean in order to eliminate a witness in protective custody. An FBI agent, a rookie pilot,...  View more >

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Starring Samuel L. Jackson, Adam Behr, David Koechner...  View more >

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[--- See Now! ---]by touche turtle Aug 18, 2006

Sit back and get ready to laugh at the funniest little "B" movie of the summer. It was loaded with sexual humor and kept you laughing until the end. Be sure to stay for the excellent music video as the credits roll. The aerial view of ?Honolulu, Hawaii is beautiful, along with some Hawaiian countryside shots. I'm seeing this one again! 

[--- Good ---]by Dan Aug 21, 2006
[--- Good ---]by George Jobson VIP MemberAug 24, 2006

A slam-bang action movie about an FBI Agent, played by Samuel L. Jackson, (in another brilliant role) who battle a group of snakes while protecting a federal witness. It never a dull moment when those nasty snakes attack passengers and causing havok on board the plane. Why didn't the people of the "Airport" movies ever though this premise up. It many be the first movie that is fueled by the internet. You will like this movie, if you don't ask for much. 




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