Snakes on a Plane

D: David R. Ellis
New Line (Gary Levinsohn, Don Granger & Craig Berenson)
US 2006
105 mins


W: John Heffernan & Sebastian Gutierrez
DP: Adam Greenberg
Ed: Howard E. Smith
Mus: Trevor Rabin

Samuel L. Jackson (Agent Neville Flynn), Julianna Margulies (Claire Miller), Nathan Phillips (Sean Jones), Bobby Cannavale (Hank Harris)

Snakes On A Plane began life on internet fan pages whose members mused upon the idea before the filmmakers put it into serious development.
That being said, this isn't a serious movie, and the plot is beyond ridiculous. The title says it all, there's deadly snakes on a plane, released by a maniac to kill a witness (as well as everyone else) and it's down to Samuel L. Jackson to clean up the mess by dropping F-bombs at any opportunity.
This is not a good film, but provided brainless enjoyment to many. As far as bad films go, this is one for which the phrase "so bad, it's good" is incredibly apt.

Samuel L. Jackson in Snakes on a Plane
Samuel L. Jackson in Snakes on a Plane