While the plot is hardly the point of Snakes on a Planewe may as well mention that the movie starred Samuel L. It's Kim who is responsible for smuggling a bunch of poisonous snakes onto the aircraft on which Flynn and his charge are traveling, in an attempt to kill the witness played by Nathan Phillips. The movie achieved a ton of internet buzz and was more transparently fan-sourced than any other film in history.
Samuel L. Jackson stars as an FBI agent, who's escorting a government witness on a flight from Hawaii to Los Angeles so he can testify against a crime boss. When the mobsters smuggle hundreds of snakes on the plane in order to make it crash over the Pacific, the passengers must fight for their lives.
Jackson action flick whose plot is explained by its title. Now, his blog is gone. He hasn't seen the film in years.
Snakes on a Plane is a American action thriller film  directed by David R. Ellis and starring Samuel L. The film was written by David DalessandroJohn Heffernan, and Sebastian Gutierrez and follows the events of hundreds of snakes being released on a passenger plane in an attempt to kill a trial witness.
Snakes are not allowed in the cabins of planes. That very sensible and safe rule should be a comfort to passengers everywhere, and yet, here we are. Another damn snake on another damn plane.
There is no quality the Internet prizes above awesomeness. Truth, beauty, justice; these are all fine and dandy. Note that I did not say the best movie or the funniest or, god forbid, the smartest.
But as websites posted details during preproduction and as shooting got underway last summer, B-movie fans began to react. They wanted more creative snake attacks, more gore, more nudity and more of star Samuel L. How much of the chorus was sincere and how much of it was a desire to propel an already quirky plot over the top is unclear.
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Extremely high safety measures were taken to protect the Boeing going to Los Angeles International Airport where trial witness passenger Sean Jones is about to testify. Jones witnessed the brutal murder of a U. But Kim is not your everyday life criminal.
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