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|David R. Ellis|
|Samuel L. Jackson||as Neville Flynn|
|Nathan Phillips||as Sean Jones|
|Flex Alexander||as Three G's|
|Kenan Thompson||as Troy|
|Keith Dallas||as Big Leroy|
|Bruce James||as Ken|
|Casey Dubois||as Curtis|
|Daniel Hogarth||as Tommy|
|Gerard Plunkett||as Paul|
|Terry Chen||as Chen Leong|
|Tygh Runyan||as Tyler|
|Mark Houghton||as John Sanders|
|David Koechner||as Rick|
|Bobby Cannavale||as Hank Harris|
|Todd Louiso||as Dr. Steven Price|
|Tom Butler||as Captain Sam McKeon|
|Kevin McNulty||as Emmett Bradley|
|Taylor Kitsch||as Kyle|
|Byron Lawson||as Eddie Kim|
|Darren Moore||as Kraitler|
|Scott Nicholson||as Daniel Hayes|
|Jack di Blasio||as Kid Fan|
|Darryl Quon||as Man in Suit|
|David Neale||as Navy Dad|
|Kyle Alisharan||as Airport Worker|
|Christopher Bachman||as Lei Guy|
|Drew Wicks||as Passenger|
|Matt Baker||as Man Bitten on Penis|
|Julianna Margulies||as Claire Miller|
|Rachel Blanchard||as Mercedes|
|Lin Shaye||as Grace|
|Sunny Mabrey||as Tiffany|
|Elsa Pataky||as Maria|
|Emily Holmes||as Ashley|
|Kendall Cross||as Driver|
|Samantha McLeod||as Kelly|
|Ann Warn Pegg||as Mrs. Bova|
|Candice Macalino||as Flower Girl|
|Crystal Lowe||as Autograph Girl|
|Agam Darshi||as Dell Girl|
|Lisa Marie Caruk||as Ken's Girlfriend|
|Mi-Jung Lee||as News Anchor|
|Lesley Aletter||as Woman Bitten on Tongue|
|Filming dates:||13 June 2005 - 24 August 2005 |
March 2006 - ? (additional scenes)
USA - 34,014,398 USD (5 November 2006) |
UK - 3,692,064 GBP (3 September 2006)
Worldwide - 28,001,200 USD (except USA)
Australia - 1,033,643 AUD (27 August 2006)
Bolivia - 51,388 BOB (2006)
Brazil - 1,065,871 BRL (10 September 2006)
Ecuador - 10,361 USD (August 2006)
Hong Kong - 1,395,325 HKD (27 August 2006)
Iceland - 3,112,766 ISK (27 August 2006)
Israel - 605,461 ILS (27 August 2006)
Malaysia - 766,084 MYR (27 August 2006)
Netherlands - 132,635 EUR (1 October 2006)
New Zealand - 180,578 NZD (27 August 2006)
Puerto Rico - 111,263 USD (20 August 2006)
Sweden - 548,901 SEK (27 August 2006)
Taiwan - 4,480,860 TWD (27 August 2006)
Thailand - 12,100,001 THB (20 August 2006)
Venezuela - 94,916,794 VEB (20 August 2006)
|Plot:||When Sean Jones witnesses a murder, he is asked to fly from Hawaii to Los Angeles to testify against the notorious gangster Eddie Kim. However, Kim has paid an assassin to release a crate-full of deadly snakes loose when the plane is 30,000 feet in the air. Only FBI agent Neville Flynn can protect Sean and rally the passengers together in hope of landing in L.A. alive.|
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"Lovely Day" Written and Performed by Donavon Frankenreiter Courtesy of Lost Highway Records|
"It's OK, But Just This Once!" Written and Performed by Gym Class Heroes Courtesy of Decaydance/Fueled by Ramen Records/Atlantic Recording Corp. By Arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing
"Backfire" Written by Noland Conjugacion Performed by Noland Conjugacion aka Brother Noland Courtesy of The Mountain Apple Company
"Kaimana Hila" Written by Charles E. King Performed by Amy Hanaiali'i Gilliom (as Amy Hanaiali'I Gilliom) Courtesy of The Mountain Apple Company
"Henehene Kou'aka" Traditional Performed by Israel Kamakawiwo'ole (as Israel "IZ" Kamakawiwo'ole) Courtesy of The Mountain Apple Company
"New Friend Request" Written and Performed by Gym Class Heroes Courtesy of Decaydance/Fueled by Ramen Records/Atlantic Recording Corp. By Arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing
"Hey Now Now" Written by Michael Franti, Manas Itene and Woodrowe Farguheson Performed by Michael Franti & Spearhead Courtesy of Anti
"Snakes On A Plane (Bring It)" Written by Gabe Saporta (as G. Saporta), Sam Hollander (as S. Hollander), D. Katz & Travis McCoy (as T. McKoy) Performed by Cobra Starship (with The Academy Is (as The Academy Is...), Gym Class Heroes and The Sounds) The Academy Is... appear courtesy of Fueled by Ramen Records/Atlantic Recording Corp. Gym Class Heroes appear courtesy of Decaydance/Fueled by Ramen Records/Atlantic Recording Corp. The Sounds appear courtesy of Scratchie/New Line Records/Warner Sweden
"Ophidiophobia" Written by Cee-Lo (as Thomas DeCarlo Callaway), Rico Wade, Sleepy Brown (as Patrick "Sleepy" Brown) and Ray Murray Performed by Cee-Lo (as Cee Lo Green)
"Snakes on the Brain" Written by Jonathan Snipes and Brian Miller Performed by Captain Ahab
Continuity: The hole on the plane gets larger and larger, but the exterior shots continually show it at its first stage in circumference.|
Continuity: When the married couple are being attacked by snakes, foam starts to leak through the husbands hands as he covers his face, in the following shot the foam is gone.
Continuity: When they are examining his wound, the bite on Tommy's arm can be seen on both his right and left arm between the changing shots.
Continuity: When Sean drew the picture of a man surfing, he too had a single #2 pencil, but the picture was in different colors.
Fact errors: The exterior shots of the aircraft show a 747-400. The interior, however, features a circular staircase between coach and first class. The circular staircase was discontinued and replaced with a long, straight staircase when Boeing introduced the 747-400.
Continuity: Whenever there is a shot of the plane outside, no matter what point in the film all the lights are on, however numerous times, part or all of the plane had been plunged into darkness and it would cut away to outside and the lights would still be on.
Fact errors: The Snake Expert is looking on his laptop at the world's most deadliest snakes, but a picture of a Scarlet King snake can be seen mixed in with the other pictures. The Scarlet King Snake is not poisonous. (You can tell by the stripes clearly what kind of snake it is.)
Fact errors: When the aircrew lose avionics, they report it to LAX (Los Angeles Airport) despite being 1500 nautical miles out. At that distance they would be nowhere near the LAX Air Traffic Control. LAX would only be contacted once the aircraft was about to enter the controlled airspace around the airport itself.
Revealing mistakes: The snake that is handled and put into the microwave is a Scarlet King Snake. It isn't poisonous, but looks like a Coral Snake. It is often used in snake movies in shots where actors have to handle snakes, or shoot close ups with snakes.
Miscellaneous: The crew would not give an abbreviated briefing as shown, as it would violate Federal Aviation Regulations. Briefings must actually demonstrate the use of seat belts, must point out all of the exits and not just state there are "several emergency exits", must reference oxygen use for self and those that need assistance, and must ask that the passengers follow along on the briefing card. Also, they must state what type of aircraft the passengers are in. None of this was done in the briefing. It is stated by the crew that they are coming up on "Thirty-thousand feet". The shot of the altimeter immediately following shows an altimeter with the hundred-foot needle going through the 800 mark. The thousand-foot needle is on the 35,000 foot mark (a five thousand foot difference), and the thousand-foot needle does not move when the hundred foot needle moves.
Fact errors: The flight attendant is shown entering the cockpit through the use of a keypad on the forward wall next to the cockpit door. There are no keypads in actual aircraft as that would defeat the purpose of having a security door, since a hijacker could possibly get the code by watching the crew enter, or by forcing a cabin crew member to open it under threat. The cockpit door is controlled electrically (or mechanically) by the flight deck crew only. This is a requirement of the hardened cockpit door design.
Fact errors: When the aircraft loses power, the cabin is shown to go completely dark. This would not happen as these size aircraft have emergency lighting in the cabin and on the flight deck which is activated by the loss of normal aircraft electrical power. They are self contained battery types, they come on automatically and remain activated until turned off by the crew, and there are numerous independent sections of them on an aircraft.
Fact errors: The controllers use the phrase "nineteen-thousand feet". This is incorrect as any altitude starting at eighteen thousand feet is referred to as a "Flight level". Thus he would say "Flight level one-niner-zero". Flight levels are used at these altitudes to eliminate altimeter differences due to local barometric pressure setting changes.
Fact errors: The altimeter is shown at 37,000 feet, but the Kholsman window (where the selectable local barometric pressure setting is seen) shows a setting above thirty inches of mercury. This is incorrect, as it would be set to 29.92 (standard barometric pressure) when the aircraft reached 18,000 feet and entered the flight levels.
Continuity: The aircraft is said to be "below nineteen-thousand feet", but the altimeter shows 37,000 feet.
Fact errors: The air traffic controllers display shows the aircraft's on-screen altitude warning changing from yellow to red when the aircraft is descending through one thousand feet, but shows it changing back from red to yellow at five hundred feet when the aircraft climbs. The controllers display shows numerous aircraft altitude readouts displayed down to the foot, e.g. DMA 134 is shown at 9719 feet. Controllers readouts show the altitudes only down to the hundreds of feet. Thus 9719 would be shown as ninety-seven hundred (actually it would be depicted simply as 97 in the data block).
Fact errors: Controllers displays are not in color, do not show a compass ring around each target, and do not have an arrow pointing in the direction of travel. They also do not show the terrain as if looking at a map, but rather they have minimum safe sector altitude blocks that the aircraft are shown in. The display will also show the aircraft's ground speed displayed within the data block.
Fact errors: After the first officer is incapacitated, the aircraft is shown in a steep descent. It goes from 32,400 feet to 26,200 feet in approximately three-quarters of a second. That would translate to around four hundred ninety-six thousand (496,000) feet per minute, or four thousand nine-hundred and sixty (4960) knots vertical velocity. The aircraft would have come apart long before this speed, as it is impossible to achieve that in this kind of vehicle.
Fact errors: When Flynn and Claire are trying to pull the aircraft out of the dive, the controllers readout shows the aircraft going from 1344 feet to 591 feet in three second. This would be a descent of over 15,000 feet per minute, or at this point 2.4 seconds from impact. An aircraft of this size has too much energy at this descent rate to be leveled off before impacting the water.
PLOT: When the couple is in the lavatory to join the "Mile high club", the guy reaches up and pulls out the smoke detector located in the ceiling so the couple can smoke a joint. Tampering with the smoke detector in this fashion triggers an alarm to the crew as this is a federal offense, and would be immediately investigated.
Fact errors: When Flynn goes down into the cargo bay and resets the outflow valve circuit breaker, it is shown to be a large industrial type electrical switch such as is used in house or commercial structures. There are no breakers like this on any aircraft. Instead they use remote controlled circuit breakers to control large electrical relays in the system.
SYNC: When the aircraft comes to a stop off of the runway, no engine sounds are heard, even though the engines would be running and shutting down the engines has not been addressed.
Fact errors: If the aircraft did in fact undergo catastrophic decompression as shown, the cabin air would go milky white for a few seconds. This is due to the reduced pressure in the atmosphere bringing the moisture in the cabin to a point where it is visible, like when opening a soda can and seeing a brief flash of visible vapor.
Fact errors: If the air was rushing by as rapidly as depicted during the depressurization sequence, no one would be able to remain standing against the force. Additionally, with a hole that large in the fuselage, the pressure differential would equalize rapidly, literally in seconds. No amount of differential would be able to pull the snakes off of the floors and out of the cabin as depicted. This much pressure would collapse the floors and walls in the aircraft's interior, and would quite likely create so much structural damage to the aircraft that it would destroy the plane.
PLOT: The herpetologist, Dr. Price, is shown giving medical directions to the paramedics when the passengers are coming off of the aircraft to be treated. He is identified as "the leading snake expert in the area", so most likely he would hold a PhD in the subject, and not an M.D. If he is in fact an M.D., he is shown to call out for "Lactine and Ringer's solution" to be administered. The actual term is either "Ringer's Lactate" or "Lactated Ringer's solution". This is a standard and common IV solution, and an M.D. would never make a mistake in something as common as that.
Fact errors: The Pilot and First Officer both descend into an avionics bay below the cockpit, however the cockpit on a 747-400 is on the upper level of the plane with only a couple of feet between it and the first class cabin below. Also the upper deck of a 747 is not a widebody configuration as shown in the film.
Continuity: When the hole in the side of the plane, shot out by agent Flynn is first shown, it is on the left hand side of the plane from the pilot's point of view. This is further shown when the snakes fly out the window, as they fly out and to the left as it as shot. When the shot moves to the outside of the plane, the hole is now on the opposite side of the aircraft.
Continuity: When Flynn shoots out the windows, he shoots out two windows. When he and Troy are in the cockpit accelerating towards LA, the shot outside first class shows three windows blown out. And back inside first class, the three windows blow out again.
Continuity: Troy leaves the plane first on the escape slide. In the next shot he can be seen inside the plane again coming down the stairs behind the crowd waiting for their turn on the slide. The DVD audio commentary claims that this error was known but not deliberate.
Continuity: SPOILER: When the Flynn shoots the snake at the end, blood sprays all over his buddy's shirt, covering the writing he had on it. But when he slides to the end of the escape slide, blood is only on his shoulder area, and the writing on his shirt, is clearly visible. Then when he is helped off, and laid on the ground, the blood is back, all over the writing.
Continuity: The plane appears with a hole in the upper deck where the windows have blown out. In the following scene the windows are still there and then blow out.
Fact errors: The FBI helicopter, a private jet, and a medevac helicopter are all shown with registration numbers, tail numbers, beginning with the letter Z followed by four numbers. All aircraft registered in the United States, as an FBI helicopter should be, have tail numbers beginning with the letter N. Further, there are no countries whose tail number format begins with the letter Z followed by four numbers.
Continuity: When Sean asks the other passengers to block the stairs from the snakes they start unloading lots of bags from the overhead compartments although the top floor of the plane was originally empty except for the two agents and Sean.
CHAR: Agent Harris tells Dr. Price that they've already lost over 50 people. At that point, we have only seen 14 people killed, and in total, only 31 were killed. (26 from snakes and 5 from other phenomenon).
Fact errors: Flynn tells the passengers to hold their breaths before he shoots the windows, thereby depressurising the interior of the plane. In reality, if a person holds their breath during depressurisation, a 'lung over-expansion injury' can occur. This is why scuba divers are taught "Never hold your breath".
PLOT: Just before takeoff, some personnel pass the information "Flight 121" to identify the target-plane via radio to the killers. In fact, the special luggage with the snakes would not be able to change planes any more at this time.
PLOT: When Troy talks to LAX tower, he gives the plane's call sign starting with the word "Hula." He had no way of knowing this was the plane's call sign.
Fact errors: Troy's ability to fly is supposedly based on his 2000 flight hours of a flight simulator on the Playstation 2. There is no game or flight simulator for the Playstation 2 that is nearly detailed enough to prepare someone to fly and land a 747. Also the level of detail in terminology, complex knowledge of landing practices, and identifying runways, as well as the complex controls of the plane, would not be present in a Playstation 2 game. Even a pilot who actually flew all the planes listed by troy would likely have at least some trouble flying such a large plane.
GEOG: In the beginning when Nathan Phillips runs from the gang members on his motor bike there is a train seen on a bridge. There aren't any trains in Hawaii.
Continuity: When two of the characters are knocked over by a flying trolley some snakes attack them. The male is sprayed in the eyes by a Cobra and there is a short scene showing the man's eyes foaming. The film then cuts to a shot of both of them right before they die, and there is no foam present.
Fact errors: Air-Traffic Controllers never give pilots instructions on how to fly their aircraft. They will never tell anyone to "pull up", at best they would ask the crew to check their altitude or confirm they were aware of the descent. For that, passenger jets are equipped with a Ground Proximity Warning System, GPWS, which automatically tells pilots to pull up if they're too low.
Fact errors: Ovens in aircraft galleys are not microwave, but convection, therefore the male flight attendant would not have been able to kill the snake by "zapping" it.
Fact errors: When wanting to land at LAX, you would speak to the Air Traffic Control Centre in the order as followed: - LAX_CTR, LAX_APP, LAX_TWR, LAX_GND . Whereas, it seems the same air traffic worker has the job of what 4 different people should, and LAX_CTR isn't even in the Airport's main tower.
Revealing mistakes: (At 23:00) An altimeter is shown inside the box with the snakes triggering the clock which opens the box 2hrs later. Altimeters calculate the altitude based on air pressure, and since in airplanes like this the whole interior including cargo area is pressurized, an altimeter would not show 30-35,000 feet, only 5-7000 feet.
PLOT: They could have easily incapacitated all the snakes by simply reducing the temperature in the plane, as snakes can't move when they are cold. The snake expert should have known and told them this.
Continuity: When all snakes are sucked out of the plane because of depressurization, we see pass the big snake - there was one much bigger than the others, probably a python or anaconda. That snake had been seen starting to swallow the angry businessman earlier. When it is sucked out of the plane, it should be much bigger, having eaten that man.
Neville Flynn: Enough is enough! I have had it with these|
motherfucking snakes on this motherfucking plane!
Troy: Fuck Randy! Fuck Randy and his high score. That's my own
brother, and I say, "Fuck him!"
Neville Flynn: Everybody listen! We have to put a barrier between us
and the snakes!
Dr. Steven Price: Make it fast. Time is tissue.
Neville Flynn: So, uh, you are pretty good at this game, right?
Troy: Yes, man. No problem. Well, I mean, my older brother Randy has
got the high score, but I'm good. Asshole never lets me hear the
end of it.
Sean Jones: Flynn, it's too hot.
Neville Flynn: I'm from Tennessee. I hadn't notice.
Nelville Flynn: All praises to the PlayStation.
Neville Flynn: Sporks?
Neville Flynn: [to Dr. Price] Well, that's good news. Snakes on
Three G's: [to white fan] Hey, yo, stay black.
Nelville Flynn: Everybody listen up! We have to put a barrier between
us and the snakes!
Eddie Kim: You think I didn't exhaust every other option? HE SAW ME!
Big Leroy: Ow! Get this fucking snake off my ass!
Neville Flynn: Hey, hey, hey, we have to figure something out.
Rick: All right. Well, I know what I gotta do. We're in a 200-foot
aluminum tube and we're 30,000 feet in the air. And any one of
those slimy little pieces of shit can trip a circuit or a relay or
a hydraulic and this bird goes down faster than a Thai hooker. So
my job is to keep LAX informed on how totally screwed we are, and
then find some way to keep this mother in the sky another two
hours. Figure that out.
Rick: You don't think I know it's hotter than hell in here? We also
have abnormal vibrations in engines one and two. I had no choice
but to throttle back.
Neville Flynn: You slowed down?
Rick: Yeah. Well, you know. It's that or option B.
Claire Miller: Which is?
Rick: I go faster and the engines seize up; We eventually plummet to
a horrible death; They spend the next year identifying femurs.
Rick: Oh, my. I was hoping you'd be the sky-candy on this flight.
You're looking especially delicious this evening.
Claire Miller: I love it when you demean me, Rick.
Rick: My pleasure.
Sean Jones: Do you remember the first thing you ever told me?
Neville Flynn: What the fuck's that got to do with anything?
Sean Jones: What was the first thing you ever told me?
Neville Flynn: Do as I say and you live.
Sean Jones: Exactly. Now it's your turn. Do as I say, and you'll
[they start surfing]
Man Bitten on Penis: Aw, fuck! Fucking bitch! Get off my dick! Aw,
Neville Flynn: What was the first thing I ever said to you?
Daniel Hayes: [to Sean] Go, get outta here. Go!
Neville Flynn: Do as I say, and you live.
Neville Flynn: Turn this big motherfucker left, Troy!
Ken: [throws snake in microwave oven] Who's your daddy now, bitch?
Three G's: [to Troy, about heavy set woman passenger] You like that.
Baby got back, front and side-to-side. Hey, y'all two get together,
y'all might have, like, two 20-lb babies or something.
Troy: This shit is bananas!
Paul: Fucking dog, fucking coach, fucking Americans!
Claire Miller: [to the wounded Rick] You sure you can fly this thing
with one hand?
Rick: Honey, you'd be surprised at what a man can do with one hand.
Paul: Why exactly are there snakes on this plane?
Mercedes Harbont: [Comforting her dog, insulting the Englishman]
Don't worry, Mary Kate. His hair plugs can't hurt you.
Mercedes Harbont: [to Three G's, about her dog] My doctor says she's
Ken: [while examining bite wound on Leroy's buttocks] All right, we
have to - we have to suck out the poison.
Troy: Man, I ain't sucking nothing.
Ken: Ok, I'll do it.
Big Leroy: What? Oh, there will be no sucking. Man, Troy, get this
guy away from my ass!
Extra: [after lights go out suddenly in the plane] IT'S THE SNAKES!"
Big Leroy: [seeing Maria sucking the venom out of Tommy's wound]
That's what I'm talking about.
Troy: I got bit, too.
Grace: Oh, Lord.
Sean Jones: Never flown first class before.
Neville Flynn: See, things are looking up already.
Troy: [about Three G's] Look at the Howard Hughes of rap.
Neville Flynn: You know all those goddamn security scenarios we ran?
Well, I'm stuck in the middle of one we didn't think of.
Hank Harris: What the hell you talking about?
Neville Flynn: Eddie Kim somehow managed to fill the plane with
Hank Harris: Wait, hold on. What kind of insane plan is that? He
can't possibly guarantee that the snakes are gonna get to Sean.
Neville Flynn: Yeah, well, he doesn't have to guarantee it if he
brings down the whole plane down.
Mercedes Harbont: Why don't we just take a picture?
Paul: Oh, sure, let's drop it off at Jiffy Photo when we land,
Mercedes Harbont: Ever heard of e-mail, dick-wad?
Neville Flynn: [to Three G's] Sit your ass down, Clarence.
Troy: This is your new pilot Troy speaking, and sitting next to me is
my main man, my brother from another mother, the biggest pimp that
I know, Superfly Agent Flynn. Ladies and gentlemen, Agent Flynn.
Emmett Bradley: Sir, have you got any experience piloting a jet
Troy: Oh, yeah. F-15's, F-16's, A-10 Warthogs, I've flown all that
Emmett Bradley: Then we're all thankful to have you, sir. What
squadron were you with?
Troy: The Awesome Fighting Aces.
Troy: [to Flynn] Man, I'm telling you, them video games got their
shit locked down tight.
Emmett Bradley: Sir, are you telling me that your only real flight
time is at the controls of a video game?
Troy: No, see, it's - it's not a video game, all right? It's a flight
Neville Flynn: Is that PlayStation or Xbox?
Troy: PlayStation 2. Man, it's got an introduction by Chuck Yeager
Neville Flynn: Everybody strap in. [pulls out his gun] I'm about to
open some fucking windows!
[alternate line for television]
Neville Flynn: Enough is enough! I have had it with these
monkey-fighting snakes on this Monday-to-Friday plane!
Hank Harris: Bring in Eddie Kim. Charge him with multiple accounts of
murder and attempted murder and get that piece-of-shit attorney on
the phone. Yeah, tell him to ask Kim what his preference is: gas or
Neville Flynn: [TV edit] Enough is enough! I have had it with these
monkey fighting snakes on this Monday through Friday plane!
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