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John Mitchell 1 year ago
Tongue-in-cheek, fun, formulaic movie. Sam Jackson is great.
Paul Lanoue almost 3 years ago
Mirza Šišić almost 5 years ago
Nothing special.
kacy :+) almost 5 years ago
Weird graphics and I am officially terrified of both snakes and planes. *thumbs up emoji*
Henke over 5 years ago
So stupid that i love it.
Fae over 5 years ago
This movie was so stupid that it was funny and I don't know if that's what they intended.
Kakra 6 years ago
Daniel Jones 6 years ago
Delightfully horrible. Every single second of it.
Brendan Keevers 6 years ago
Pure popcorn watching. But you have to sit through it for S.L. Jackson's one liner...
Peter Renshaw 6 years ago
'Chuck, I hate snakes'
Darren Merio 6 years ago
standard thriller.
Christian Mandujano over 6 years ago
There is only on good line and character. You know who it is.
Joseph Ruiz over 6 years ago
It is stupid but very rewatchable.
Ian Leitch over 6 years ago
I could only manage half.
Christopher Weber almost 7 years ago
One of my top ten wearst film i ever saw
Mandy Allen 1 month ago
Mike Miller 1 month ago
JustinMFnTime 5 months ago
Alex Wierzbicki 5 months ago
Liam Price 8 months ago
Snakes on a Plane is a 2006 American horror-action-thriller film directed by David R. Ellis and starring Samuel L. Jackson. It was released by New Line Cinema on August 18, 2006 in North America. The film was written by David Dalessandro, John Heffernan, and Sheldon Turner and follows the events of hundreds of snakes being released on a passenger plane in an attempt to kill a trial witness. The film gained a considerable amount of attention before its release, forming large fanbases online and becoming an Internet phenomenon, due to the film's title, casting, and premise. In response to the Internet fan base, New Line Cinema incorporated feedback from online users into its production, and added five days of reshooting. Before and after the film was released, it was parodied and alluded to on television shows and films, fan-made videos, video games, and various forms of literature. Released in the United States and United Kingdom on August 18, 2006, the film received mixed to positive...
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