Soul Plane

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After an excruciatingly humiliating in-flight experience that culminated in a messy breakup and the untimely death of a dog, Nashawn Wade Kevin Hart sues the airline for all it's worth. This turns out to be a more than profitable move on his part; the lawsuit brings him a settlement in the hefty amount of 600 million dollars. Eager to prevent his experience from happening to another -- and perfectly willing to reap the financial benefits of the cash cow he believes his plan to be -- Nashawn decides to launch NWA,...
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After an excruciatingly humiliating in-flight experience that culminated in a messy breakup and the untimely death of a dog, Nashawn Wade Kevin Hart sues the airline for all it's worth. This turns out to be a more than profitable move on his part; the lawsuit brings him a settlement in the hefty amount of 600 million dollars. Eager to prevent his experience from happening to another -- and perfectly willing to reap the financial benefits of the cash cow he believes his plan to be -- Nashawn decides to launch NWA, an all African American airline complete with sensuous stewardesses, an onboard dance club, and a bathroom attendant. Far be it from giving "flying the friendly skies" a new meaning, however, chaos ensues in the form of a white family with the unfortunate last name of Hunkee. The Hunkee patriarch as played by Tom Arnold and his antics prevent the flight from going as smoothly as intended. The feature debut of music video director Jessy Tererro, urban comedy regulars Snoop Dogg and Method Man co-star. ~ Tracie Cooper
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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Jeremy Wheeler
Soul Plane's concept is a pretty simple one -- an urbanized take on Airplane! featuring some of the hottest rappers, stars, or rappers-turned-stars than any airline ever had seating for! Well, as this movie proves, concept can only take you so far in the world of comedy. There are definitely some laughs in this sucker, but far and wide, the majority of the gags fall flat rather than actually sticking. Plenty of talent was obviously gathered, with each King or Queen of Comedy throwing their back out with their deliveries, it's just that they deserve better material than what they're given. Also obvious is that director Jessy Terrero needs more time behind the camera and in front of the classics before he truly understands how to pull off even the smallest of gags from the anemic script. There are a few points where it's shocking how bad the staging and pacing of certain jokes are -- and this is physical comedy, folks! You either do it right or don't do it at all. What genius that's there lies mostly in the production design and set decoration of the Soul Plane itself. From the ghetto overhead locker compartments in the low-class section to the outrageous club on the top floor, the plane deserves every laugh that it will surely get. Yes, it's a breezy time at the movies and you will laugh from time to time -- the fact still remains that Soul Plane has more missed opportunities than slam-dunks. With a tighter script, less wandering ad-libbing, and a stronger focus on exactly what the film was before it was cast, this could've been a laugh riot. If you buy a ticket, just don't be surprised if it's a bumpy flight.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/7/2004
  • UPC: 027616911643
  • Original Release: 2004
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  • Source: Mgm (Video & Dvd)
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Kevin Hart Nashawn
Tom Arnold Mr. Hunkee
Method Man Muggsy
Snoop Dogg Captain Mack
K.D. Aubert Giselle
John Witherspoon
Godfrey Gaeman
Brian Hooks DJ
D.L. Hughley Johnny
Arielle Kebbel Heather Hunkee
Loni Love Shaniece
Mo'Nique Jamiqua
Missi Pyle
Sofía Vergara Blanca
Sommore
Ryan Pinkston Billy Hunkee
Angell Conwell Tamika
Dwayne Adway Jerome
Godfrey Danchimah
Yolanda Gill
Technical Credits
Jessy Terrero Director, Producer
Shawn Barton Costumes/Costume Designer
Robb Buono Production Designer
Tracy Doyle Set Decoration/Design
Paul Hall Executive Producer
Sheila Jaffe Casting
Rick Johnson Associate Producer, Asst. Director
Chris Lennertz Score Composer
Michael R. Miller Editor
David Scott Rubin Producer
RZA Score Composer
Jonathan Sela Cinematographer
Melodee Sutton Musical Direction/Supervision
Ulysses Terrero Casting
Georgianne Walken Casting
Jeff Wallace Art Director
Chuck Wilson Screenwriter
Craig Woods Sound/Sound Designer
Bo Zenga Executive Producer, Screenwriter
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    This movie raped my intelligence

    Ow ow ow, it hurts so bad. Look at all of these people on a purple plane, some of whom are naked. I watched this film while trying to be happy. It did not work. In fact, I had a Post-Traumatic Stress Syndrome Flashback of Vietnam. Snoop Dogg was my copilot. If you enjoy this film, kill yourself. I kid, I kid. No I don't. Do it. Your car's exhaust fumes are calling your name......

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Plain Soulless

    Careless, shoddy filmmaking. Unfunny and crass with no hint of wit.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    extremely funny and enjoyable

    I would recommend this movie for adults only to enjoy when you just want a good belly aching laugh. The content and cast where thought thru well and I would enjoy this time and time again.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Pretty Good

    I liked this movie. It's worth a see maybe twice in your life. The unrated version is pretty funny, too. It is so predictable, though. And the way it is set up-a purple airplane, only one white family aboard on the plane- is also predictable. I mean, right when those white people got on the plane, I knew they were about to say something about being the only white people on it. The purple airplane going up and down like a car would do, was pretty stupid. That plane looked fake, but other than that, it is pretty good. I wasted & dolllars to see it, I might as well waste 20 to buy it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    gotta see it

    Kept me laughing, and the ladies are smokin.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Nothing Laughter!!!

    'Soul Plane' was a really good movie to just laugh at and have fun watching while your in whatever mood.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    You Know What To Expect

    African American Comedy minus the acting depth and meaning..but a pretty good waste of an hour and a half..see it

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