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Snakes on a Plane- Review By: Roger Moore

Directed By: David R. Ellis

Written By: John Heffernan (Story & Screenplay), Sebastian Gutierrez (Screenplay)
David Dalessandro (Story)
Score: Technical: 85, Story: 80, Acting: 80, Overall Score: 82%

Special Agent Neville Flynn (Jackson) is escorting Sean Jones (Phillips) to Los Angeles as a witness to testify against notorious crime lord Eddie Kim (Lawson) who he witnessed in the act of murder. Flying from Hawaii to LA, a five-hour flight, they encounter Snakes on a Plane. That’s right, Eddie Kim has filled the plane with hundreds of poisonous snakes to do his dirty work. Agent Flynn battles his way thru the plane to bring his witness and the entire plane to LA safely, will he be successful or will the snakes get the best of him.

This movie gets a Roger Moore Three Beats Skipped, it wasn’t heart stopping but it was a hell of a movie. You get what you pay for with this film if you are expecting an Oscar worthy performance your definitely in the wrong theatre. But if your looking for good times this is the perfect film for you. It was an instant cult classic before it was ever released and it truly does stand up for the hype. It’s a great B horror flick, with a big budget, for this day and age, perfect down to the last bite. Go into it knowing the title is Snakes on a Plane and you will love this movie. Instant Classic, can’t wait to see it again, and put it in the collection.

Snakes on a Plane

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