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Snakes on a Plane

America is on the search for the murderer Eddie Kim (Bryon Lawson). Sean Jones (Nathan Philips) must fly to L.A. to testify in a hearing against Kim. Accompanied by FBI agent Neville Flynn, the flight receives some unexpected visitors.

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Released: Aug 18th, 2006
Budget: N/A
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Rating: R
Runtime: 105 Minutes
Genres: Action / Thriller
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Snakes on a Plane Main Cast

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Samuel L. Jackson
Samuel L. Jackson
plays Neville Flynn
Julianna Margulies
Julianna Margulies
plays Claire Miller
Nathan Phillips
Nathan Phillips
plays Sean Jones
Rachel Blanchard
Rachel Blanchard
plays Mercedes
Flex Alexander
Flex Alexander
plays Three G's
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Movie Trivia/Goofs

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  • Movie Goof (factual 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.
  • Movie Goof (audio/visual unsynchronized): 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.
  • Movie Goof (factual 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.
  • This film's title originated at an after-work happy hour among Hollywood colleagues to see who could come up with the most awful pitch for a movie. Producer Craig Berenson, who worked for DreamWorks at the time, gave his pitch for this movie based on a script called "Venom."
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