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Snakes on a Plane

Posted: Fri, 18th Aug 2006, 6:11am

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Just saw it, best movie of the year. It was awesome. It was hard to get into an R rated movie even though I am 1 month away from 17. Anyways, see it now. Discuss.
Posted: Fri, 18th Aug 2006, 6:23am

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I just got back from seeing this. All hype aside, this movie, for what it is, is really really funny. Hype back in, that was one of the most enjoyable movie experiences I have had in a long time. This movie blew my expectations away, and they were already pretty high.


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F*** Randy's high score! F*** Randy's high score! He my brother but I say f*** 'em!
Posted: Fri, 18th Aug 2006, 7:10am

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If I was old enough I would have been out there tonight...

but I'm not
Posted: Fri, 18th Aug 2006, 7:46am

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buy a ticket to ant bully then. This is the movie of the internet generation, and must be seen by all.
Posted: Fri, 18th Aug 2006, 8:54am

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Will see this when it gets in cinemas here. Luckily the maximum rating we have here in Sweden for movies is 15!

And even if you're under that age no-one really cares.
Posted: Fri, 18th Aug 2006, 1:07pm

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Redhawksrymmer wrote:

Will see this when it gets in cinemas here. Luckily the maximum rating we have here in Sweden for movies is 15!

And even if you're under that age no-one really cares.
Lucky disgust
Posted: Fri, 18th Aug 2006, 1:50pm

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I'm going tonight when I get back home from school. Were there a lot of people there when you guys saw it?
Posted: Fri, 18th Aug 2006, 2:49pm

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This movie seems so simple enough to turn out into an excellent film... I think I'll be seeing it soon.
Posted: Fri, 18th Aug 2006, 4:48pm

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I saw the trailers and I was quite confused and almost laughed. Is it really that good? Is it supposed to be comedy or scary, because I don't really see snakes on a plane to be scary, but more funny.
Posted: Fri, 18th Aug 2006, 5:14pm

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basically the story goes that this was originally a stupid PG-13 action movie, but the reaction on the internet was so huge, they shot a bunch of new footage to make the movie a rated R comedy.

this is a good explination as to why this movie rocks
Posted: Fri, 18th Aug 2006, 7:10pm

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Waser wrote:

this is a good explination as to why this movie rocks
Wow, I watched that about 4 times and finally noticed it was a loop. It must be that catchy music.

This looks pretty halarious. I'm guessing the only reason it was "R" is:

a)They put a tit in it

b)They said the F-word like no tomorrow

I'm just guessing this...
Posted: Fri, 18th Aug 2006, 7:55pm

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That YTMND described my theatre too. Everyone cheered, laughed, and especially when the line came (you could feel the tension in the theatre building as Jackson prepared for his line.) No one was really obnoxious.

I wish I was Max Goldberg.
Posted: Fri, 18th Aug 2006, 10:51pm

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yet another reason why this movie rocks.

That was how it went down in my theater too. We were all in this together.

Plus I forgot to mention my showing got a huge standing ovation, which I have never seen ever happen at a movie.
Posted: Sat, 19th Aug 2006, 5:14am

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Serpent wrote:

Just saw it, best movie of the year. It was awesome. It was hard to get into an R rated movie even though I am 1 month away from 17. Anyways, see it now. Discuss.
I had the same problem when I went to go see V for Vendetta. Some of those guys are just so damn insistant, and its like... why should you care? But what ever floats thier boat. ANyways, I plan on watching the movie, soon, as well.
Posted: Sat, 19th Aug 2006, 6:42am

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Occasionally funny, pretty dumb.


David Ellis's other popcorn thriller "Cellular" was much more entertaining to me..
Posted: Sat, 19th Aug 2006, 11:33am

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Gnome326 wrote:

Serpent wrote:

Just saw it, best movie of the year. It was awesome. It was hard to get into an R rated movie even though I am 1 month away from 17. Anyways, see it now. Discuss.
I had the same problem when I went to go see V for Vendetta. Some of those guys are just so damn insistant, and its like... why should you care? But what ever floats thier boat. ANyways, I plan on watching the movie, soon, as well.
Most of the theaters in our area are multi-plexes, as I suspect is true for most of the non-rural areas in the US. (Not sure how common they are in the UK, though.) What I've seen numerous younger viewers doing in cases like this is just buying a ticket for a different, PG film an hour or so ahead of time, preferably one which starts near the same time as the R rated film you want to see. They just have one place at the entry to the cinema area where some uninterested high school kid is taking all the tickets and just tells you which theater you need to go into. After they have your money and take your ticket, they pretty much don't care. Then you just stroll down to where Snakes is playing, walk in and take your seat. If you don't start a ruckus during the film, probably nobody will say anything.
Posted: Sat, 19th Aug 2006, 1:25pm

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Gnome326 wrote:

Serpent wrote:

Just saw it, best movie of the year. It was awesome. It was hard to get into an R rated movie even though I am 1 month away from 17. Anyways, see it now. Discuss.
I had the same problem when I went to go see V for Vendetta. Some of those guys are just so damn insistant, and its like... why should you care? But what ever floats thier boat. ANyways, I plan on watching the movie, soon, as well.
I don't have that kind of problems, here in Holland the maximum age is 16. (except for pr0n that's 21 razz)
I am 14 and I can get beer without needing to show my indentity card. And when I was 13 I already could come into films from 16 years and older.

I love looking older then I am biggrin


But eehh... what's that film about ?
Posted: Sat, 19th Aug 2006, 4:53pm

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rrfproductions wrote:

But eehh... what's that film about ?
You're kidding, right?

It's called Snakes on a Plane.... What else could it be about?
Posted: Sat, 19th Aug 2006, 7:52pm

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Ok, I just got back from watching it in the theater. I'm still kind of in shock. I can't really figure out what I'm feeling about this film. I know I enjoyed it, but I'm hard pressed to say exactly what the heck it was that I just watched. Near as I can figure, they're going to have to come up with a new word to describe this genre of film.

I'm thinking it should be called a "terody" since I think it's a parody of some of the really classic B films, but at the same time it's a very high tech action/terror film, but also a big slice of comedy in parts. The audience was going nuts. Samuel L. Jackson was back in his old form and bigger than life.

Yes, it's a terody. And I think I liked it. twisted A lot. I'll be getting this one on DVD.
Posted: Wed, 23rd Aug 2006, 9:26pm

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It was great, and the enthusiasm of the audience at the time was greater.
Posted: Wed, 23rd Aug 2006, 9:47pm

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best cult movie ive ever seen besides pulp fiction. its def gunna be in my dvd collection in a few months.
Posted: Wed, 23rd Aug 2006, 9:51pm

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Something terrible, yet horrifyingly funny has happened: http://www.collegehumor.com/movies/1705124/
Posted: Wed, 23rd Aug 2006, 9:56pm

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Hm, the world is indeed full of utter utter idiots.

http://www.collegehumor.com/movies/1705124/
That's just stupidity and irresponsibility in it's purest form. I can't even start to understand why this should even be described as "funny". It's about as funny as somone tried to kill an audience member during texas chainsaw massaker, but missed.
Posted: Wed, 23rd Aug 2006, 10:46pm

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OMG. That is one of the most horrid things I've ever heard of. This is a true story or one of those "Smoking Gun" type fake newscasts?
Posted: Wed, 23rd Aug 2006, 10:57pm

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It's real. That's pretty hilarious that snakes were actually in the theater and nobody noticed.

Don't get me wrong, if I were there I'd be pissed and scared sh!tless, but the fact that (thankfully) nobody got hurt, let alone really noticed snakes being there is funny.

And yeah, that's real.
Posted: Wed, 23rd Aug 2006, 11:53pm

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Snakes....in....a....Theatre...? Rattlesnakes none the less. I would of been pissed not being able to hear over the ruckus of their tails. What a shame.
Posted: Thu, 24th Aug 2006, 1:38am

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THATS IT!! mad

I have HAD it with all these muthaf$@#&! snakes.. in these muthaf$@#&! THEATRES!!! mad
Posted: Thu, 24th Aug 2006, 1:45am

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EVERYBODY STRAP IN! I'M OPENING SOME F**CKING....DOORS!
Posted: Thu, 24th Aug 2006, 1:52am

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I love snakes, I would have loved to be in that theatre. razz (Not kidding either.) YTMND has had their fair share of SOAP YTMNDs, but this one takes the cake IMO am i rite?
Posted: Thu, 24th Aug 2006, 3:04am

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The plot (what plot?) thickens....


'Snakes in a theater' turns out to be hoax

Aug. 22, 2006 07:27 PM

Police say reports that rattlesnakes were let loose during a showing of Snakes on a Plane at a north Phoenix theater have taken moviegoers for a ride.

There is some shred of truth to the story, Phoenix police Sgt. Joel Tranter said. A 10-inch-long rattlesnake was found Friday in a hallway at AMC Desert Ridge 18, near Tatum Boulevard and Loop 101. But it likely slithered inside on its own, Tranter said.

A security guard swept the snake outside and held it in a Tupperware container until a member of the Arizona Herpetological Association could take it away. Snake handlers had been called earlier in the day to retrieve a rattler from outside the theater.


An AMC spokeswoman told the news organization Reuters that the rumors were true, but Tranter has been refuting the story to news outlets from across the U.S.

- Lindsey Collom
http://www.azcentral.com/news/articles/0822talker-ON.html
Posted: Fri, 25th Aug 2006, 8:40pm

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Serpent wrote:

I love snakes, I would have loved to be in that theatre. razz (Not kidding either.) YTMND has had their fair share of SOAP YTMNDs, but this one takes the cake IMO am i rite?
lol, i first found that under recently created, what a dominant ytmnd. lazytowns cake song and SoaP takes the medal.
Posted: Fri, 25th Aug 2006, 11:00pm

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Easily one of the top two films of the year (the other being Little Miss Sunshine) for me. I just can't figure out which I like better cause they're so different.

The ending was brilliant. Any movie entitled SNAKES ON A PLANE that ends with Sam Jackson SURFING is an excellent film.
Posted: Sat, 26th Aug 2006, 2:05am

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I was so worried people weren't going to get this movie
Posted: Sat, 26th Aug 2006, 2:29am

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Well, some don't. Read this thread. smile Read some of th reviews too. I read some reviews that were funnier than SoaP because they reviewed it as a horror/thriller. I forgot about the surfing scene. That movie was so packed with awesome I keep forgetting things.
Posted: Sat, 26th Aug 2006, 4:11am

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Doing some more thinking about it and I realized this is quite possibly the best movie I have ever seen in my life. I just can't wait till the DVD so I can finally give them some money, since I had to buy a ticket to Accepted and then sneak into this (the main reason SOAP is underperforming at the BO)...

And Serpent, I can't believe you forgot the surfing... that's what made the movie for me. Sure, the "muthaf*ckin snakes" line was awesome... the "f*ckin snake bit my d*ck" line was inspired, and many other moments were genious, but the fact that the whole movie ended with Samuel L. Jackson SURFING (back in Hawaii again)... was fabulous... who cares about how the guy witnessed a murder, or how all the people need to be cured, and the guy needs to be arrested and tried in court... SAM JACKSON WAS SURFING.

AWESOME.
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the marketing guru's that threw a twist on what the studio knew was going to be a Sh***y movie by saying it's "Campy" must be laughing all the way to the bank.

What really surprised me (Or perhaps it didn't) was the fact that people in the theater were laughing at non-funny moments, because they felt they should. The scene didn't have to be funny intentionally or otherwise, They just laughed because the marketing people SAID To.

It think this would have been 30 times more funny had they NOT made it out to be a cheesy movie.

Best line was the "I'm gonna open some windows" *cocks gun*



Us americans..We've some real freethinkers.
Posted: Sat, 26th Aug 2006, 4:13pm

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It is a awsome and funny movie. Did you hear that in the U.S someone released snakes into the theater for a Joke?

-Smit
Posted: Sat, 26th Aug 2006, 5:56pm

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Bryce007 wrote:

the marketing guru's that threw a twist on what the studio knew was going to be a Sh***y movie by saying it's "Campy" must be laughing all the way to the bank.

What really surprised me (Or perhaps it didn't) was the fact that people in the theater were laughing at non-funny moments, because they felt they should. The scene didn't have to be funny intentionally or otherwise, They just laughed because the marketing people SAID To.

It think this would have been 30 times more funny had they NOT made it out to be a cheesy movie.

Best line was the "I'm gonna open some windows" *cocks gun*



Us americans..We've some real freethinkers.
Well, actually, they only labelled it Campy AFTER thousands of internet fans thought the "non-campy" original idea was awesome. So really, it's the executives listening to us and doing what we want... not the other way round...
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the fact that people in the theater were laughing at non-funny moments
Did it occur to you that maybe, they just actually thought it was funny? Humour is a very subjective thing you know. People laugh at stuff that doesn't even make me smile and I laugh at stuff where others see no humour at all.
(For example Van Helsing, which I thought was a hilariously clever parody of bad films - then loads of people thought it actually WAS a bad film. So it's all in the eye of the beholder really)
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I still laughed harder at 80's action movies that take themselves dead seriously. For instance, I saw a movie titled "Never say die" on TBS about a month ago and literally cried I laughed so hard.

Can't say the same for this movie, because it always kind of felt like they were Nudging you in the ribs and going "Huh? funny right? get it?"
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Yeah, if you felt like that, then no surprise you didn't find it funny and there's little point in arguing if it "IS" or "ISN'T" funny because, as said, that's subjective. (Apart from the fact I didn't see the film and can't argue about it anyways) smile

I was just commenting on the fact you made it sound like as if it is objectively not funny and people laughing only do so, obviously, because of marketing people subconsciosly told them to do so - completely ruling out the possibility that the may simply felt it different then you.



And yeah, 80s and early 90s movies are some of the best. I still LMAO at Army of Darkness, which is my All-Time-Top-Cheesy-Campy-But-Yet-Fun-Movie, even though I've met some people who don't find it funny at all. wink
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Army of Darkness Ftw. Snakes on a plane for the Hype. Van velsing for the thick, undeniable Cheese.
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Well, as far as movies that are dated. I never saw Saturday Night Fever with Travolta until 20 years later on TV (I was 6 in '77), and I died laughing looking back at that one. Jeez. And all the older guys I worked with who were in there 20's and 30's then all tell me:

"Oh man when that movie came out, the line for the theater wrapped around the building twice!"
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Sollthar wrote:

I still LMAO at Army of Darkness, which is my All-Time-Top-Cheesy-Campy-But-Yet-Fun-Movie, even though I've met some people who don't find it funny at all. wink
BOOMSTICK!!! greatest movie ever.
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I just saw this movie a few days ago, and I have to say, it was awesome. One of the best movies I've seen in a while. It was just, so, hilarious in all of its retardedness. I am proud of whomever made the movie.
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Wasn't SoaP directed by the guy who made 'Cellular'? Because Cellular was an extremely awesome, well-made movie that I think was fairly realistic.

BTW, does 'Snakes' have ALOT of gruesome, gory stuff? Cause I'm not a huge fan of that. Rodriguez-style shoot 'em up, shoot 'em off things are cool, but I saw a SoaP sudoku game that had people with these hugely swollen deformed faces. Is there alot of that, or is it like a minor thing?
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ben3308 wrote:

Wasn't SoaP directed by the guy who made 'Cellular'? Because Cellular was an extremely awesome, well-made movie that I think was fairly realistic.

BTW, does 'Snakes' have ALOT of gruesome, gory stuff? Cause I'm not a huge fan of that. Rodriguez-style shoot 'em up, shoot 'em off things are cool, but I saw a SoaP sudoku game that had people with these hugely swollen deformed faces. Is there alot of that, or is it like a minor thing?
It is pretty darn graphic. Not for the squeamish, only for the awesome.
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I'm not that squeamish, but the bloated faces thing erked me. Is there really alot of that? Cause I'm okay with like the snake biting the girl's boob and that kind of stuff.
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there is maybe one maybe two shots that focus on a bloated face. other than that its all just silly
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I just came back from watching it, it was really very, very good. smile Although really violent at times and quite gruesome and gory.
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Waser wrote:

other than that its all just silly
Other than that it's all just incredible you mean?
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yes, sorry, I don't know what came over me. To call this movie anything other that "awesome" or "incredible" is a crime