Snakes on a Plane

Snakes on a Plane

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Overview

Snakes on a Plane

Forget terrorists or hijackers -- there's a handful of deadly assassins aboard a jet liner and they don't even have arms or legs in this airborne thriller. Neville Flynn (Samuel L. Jackson) is an FBI agent handling what seems like a routine assignment -- serving as bodyguard for Sean Jones (Nathan Phillips), a Hawaiian surfer dude who is flying to California to testify in a high-profile criminal trial after witnessing mobster Eddie Kim (Byron Lawson) murdering one of his underlings. However, Flynn's job gets a lot more challenging when he discovers Kim's associates don't want Jones to talk, and have devised a unique way to ensure his silence. A cache of highly dangerous poisonous snakes has been hidden on board the jet, and is released using a timed mechanism once the flight is well underway. The snakes quickly attack several members of the flight crew and are eagerly eying the passengers when Flynn decides its time to get medieval on the reptiles. Also starring Rachel Blanchard, Benjamin McKenzie, and Mark Houghton, Snakes on a Plane was produced under the title of Pacific Air Flight 121, but in several interviews Samuel L. Jackson expressed his enthusiasm for the script's original title, Snakes on a Plane, and the high-concept moniker quickly made the film's title and theme a favorite with bloggers and on Internet fan sites all over the world.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/02/2007
UPC: 0794043105487
Original Release: 2006
Rating: R
Source: New Line Home Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:46:00
Sales rank: 5,572

Special Features

Blooper reel 10 deleted scenes Music video (includes behind-the-scenes) - "Snakes on a Plane (Bring It)" Commentary by Samuel L. Jackson, director David R. Ellis and others! Featurettes: "Pure Venom" The making of Snakes on a Plane, "Snakes on a Blog" fan reel, "Meet the Reptiles," "Visual Effects" Trailers and TV spots

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Samuel L. Jackson Neville Flynn
Julianna Margulies Claire Miller
Nathan Phillips Sean Jones
Bobby Cannavale Hank Harris
Flex Alexander Three G's
Todd Louiso Dr. Steven Price
Sunny Mabrey Tiffany
Kenan Thompson Troy
Rachel Blanchard Mercedes
Lin Shaye Grace
David Koechner Rick
Elsa Pataky Maria
Byron Lawson Eddie Kim
Keith Dallas Big Leroy
Tom Butler Actor

Technical Credits
David R. Ellis Director
Adam Greenberg Cinematographer
John Alvarez Art Director
Craig Berenson Producer
Heike Brandstatter Casting
Alex Burdett Special Effects Supervisor
Stokely Chaffin Executive Producer
Harry Cohen Sound/Sound Designer
Penney Finkelman Cox Executive Producer
David Dalessandro Original Story
Toby Emmerich Executive Producer
Don Granger Producer
Justis Greene Executive Producer
Sebastian Gutierrez Screenwriter
John C. Heffernan Original Story,Screenwriter
Jaymes Hinkle Production Designer
Jeff Katz Associate Producer
Matt Kutcher Special Effects Supervisor
Tawny Ellis Lehman Associate Producer
Gary Levinsohn Producer
Mindy Marin Casting
Karen Matthews Costumes/Costume Designer
Coreen Mayrs Casting
Michael McGee Sound/Sound Designer
Heather Meehan Associate Producer
Vivien Nishi Set Decoration/Design
Trevor Rabin Score Composer
Sandra Rabins Executive Producer
Howard E. Smith Editor
Bryan Sutton Set Decoration/Design
Tim Walston Sound/Sound Designer
George Waud Executive Producer
Pete Whyte Asst. Director
Milena Zdravkovic Set Decoration/Design

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Snakes on a Plane
1. Main Titles [3:08]
2. Witness [6:12]
3. Departure [4:43]
4. Welcome Aboard! [7:08]
5. Cruising Altitude [6:07]
6. Stowaways [10:05]
7. Turbulence [8:03]
8. Clearing the Aisles [6:43]
9. An Insane Scenario [3:46]
10. The Expert [5:17]
11. Unplanned Descent [8:15]
12. Tempers Rise [5:56]
13. Down Below [5:26]
14. Desert Raid [6:13]
15. Enough Is Enough!! [3:05]
16. Final Approach [5:34]
17. Arrival [4:25]
18. End Credits [5:14]

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Snakes on a Plane 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Imagine being on a plane, flying from Hawaii to California, and finding the plane was filled with poisonous snakes. That's the fate of the passengers in this movie. The whole flight was above the ocean, making an emergency landing impossible. An FBI agent, his Witness, the flight attendants, and the survivors spend the flight fighting for survival. The plane's air system circulated a pheromone throughout the plane, causing massive aggression from the snakes. The snakes attacked from shocking places. The danger from the snakes was more than their venom, any of them could trip a diode or cause a short circuit and the plane would crash. Snakes on a plane is an entertaining blend of Horror, Comedy and Survival.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
dumb though probably intended to be.
1Atomic More than 1 year ago
It will never be an awarding winning flick, but it is a must see if you like fright in flight. I hate snakes, but am still fasinated by them from a distance. If you like scary films, you will enjoy this DVD. If not, pass it up. I loved the movie despite its predicable "B rating". For that, I gave it five (5) stars. Enjoy it for what it is!
Guest More than 1 year ago
There's only ONE thing I didn't like about this movie--the one scene with the anaconda. How the heck was that thing smuggled on board? Other than that, this movie is pretty cool.
Guest More than 1 year ago
it sucked
Guest More than 1 year ago
Do yourself a favor: go to your local video store and rent this before you buy it. See if you like it. I personally thought it was worth renting rather than purchasing it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is one of my favorite movies ever. Don't be fooled by its title or press, this is a great movie. Watch it with a bunch of your friends. It really greatens the snake-tastic experience.
Guest More than 1 year ago
With an astounding performance by Samuel L. Jackson The movie SNAKES ON A PLANE is a recommended gift for anyone that enjoys reptiles or animals eating or killing animals. This is not for kids. Adults only. Besides the snakes there are a couple other scenes that are inappropriate.
Guest More than 1 year ago
When I first heard of Snakes on a Plane, I went: "Oh man, this is going to suck!". Then I heard Samuel L. Jackson is going to be in it, and I went: "Hmm, might be worth a watch because I enjoy watching him. But I still thought it would be lame, but boy, this movie crawled up my seat and bit me hard. It had a lot of intense action and was actually kind of realistic. Too many movies take themselves too seriously - this movie is at the other end of the spectrum. It clearly was developed from the start as pure escapism entertainment. You're not going to have a better understanding of humanity or yourself at the end of this movie. You will laugh out loud, you will cheer for Sam, and you'll love most of the characters (the one's that make it that is). David R. Ellis, the man at the helm, is a former stunt director and what matters in stunt sequences is timing and good pacing. His previous films demonstrated that - Final Destination 2 and Cellular - and here we get the same thing again. Thin plot, good tension. The obviously CGI snakes look pretty decent and make for some good creature flick fun with all of their jumping, hissing, and crawling just about everywhere that is humanly possible. Samuel L. Jackson gives an amazing performance. He never gives in to the campiness of the movie, and plays it completely straight. The self control he exhibits here should earn him a special Award. I recommend watching this movie, for the sake of the snakes. I honestly thought this movie was very amusing as well, with the whole idea of "snakes on a plane". This movie had a lot of its facts straight about snakes, and had an interesting idea on how they dealt with them. But still, if you haven’t seen it yet fine a way to.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie rocked, and the only reason was because..... Samuel L. Jackson was in it. That guy is so funny, he can make the crappiest movie top notch by just saying one line. Don't kid yourself and skip out on this. He rocks!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
So I only saw like a few seconds of the movie and I have to say what I saw did not please me at all. A man hung by his feet up in a tree and guys surrounding him. One with a bat in his hands. And then the Next thing I see is the guy yelling at the guy in the tree. And he has blood all over him. All that in only 6 mins into the movie. People are sick. Ban this movie it was on TV for crying out loud little kids could have seen this. So this world is pretty grand don't you think. Violence and drunks and druggies.