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  • Theis movie quickly gets repetitive and boring and will drive you away as quickly as you sat down to watch it

    • by Jermaine McKenzie

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      Snakes on a Plane, directed by David R. Ellis is rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America for language, a scene of sexuality and drug use, and intense sequences of terror and violence. The original release date was August 18, 2006 for United States audience. This movie falls in the genre of Action/Thriller and stars Samuel L. Jackson as Neville Flynn, Jilianna Margulies as Claire Miller,

      Nathan Phillips as Sean Jones, Rachel Blanchard as Mercedes, Flex Anderson as Three G’s and Kenan Thompson as Troy.

      Eye witness to a murder, Sean is placed in protective custody and is being transported to give his testimony. While on the flight to his destination, they realize that deadly snakes have been set free to quite possibly kill the eye witness before he talks.

      The majority of this movie is ...

      • based in the skies with snakes running amok and killing people.

        Samuel L. Jackson’s character FBI Agent Neville Flynn is now in charge of taking care of his witness and making sure that he gets landed alive and in one piece.

        But of course, there are alot of snakes on board and no one knows when or where they are ging to strike next. Neville alerts the ground crew of

        the situation and they do what they can with the information they are giving regarding the colors of the snakes, to determine what matter is poison they are dealing with.

        Theis movie quickly gets repetitive and boring and will drive you away as quickly as you sat down to watch it. It has no hold appeal other that to see how the next victim will die.

        It’s basically a waste of time.

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