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I’ll go into more depth tomorrow, but for now, this…
Best. B Movie. Ever.
We howled with laughter. We were startled repeatedly. If you have any inclination at all to see Snakes on a Plane, then go see it. Great stuff. Incredibly entertaining. Great film? Of course not. Great summer movie? Absolutely. Worth the wait, worth the buzz, worth the money, worth going to a late-night Thursday showing the night before a road trip. I want to see it again, and soon.
Still not real sure what this whole SoaP thing is about? Read this post, and if you still don’t get why I’m giddy today, you probably won’t get it at all. And that’s fine. Warning — contains language that we couldn’t use here at MLBlogs. The same goes for the Snakes on a Plane webcomic — very, very funny but not necessarily something you want mom or the boss to see you reading. In the meantime, you should be OK at Snakes on a Blog, the site that has led the SoaP revolution.
The bride and I, of course, are going to the opening showing tonight. In the meantime, say it with me:
I HAVE HAD IT WITH THESE *@%&*!^ SNAKES ON THIS *@%&*!^ PLANE!
Currently playing on the computer speakers: Snakes on a Plane: The Album. (of course!)
Obsessed with Snakes on a Plane.
If it is called Snakes on a Plane, I will be there the day it opens. If it is called "Pacific Air Flight 121," no way. I won’t even order it from Netflix.
This post about Snakes on a Plane contains some language that I certainly wouldn’t get away with at MLBlogs, so consider yourself warned. But if that doesn’t bother you, go read it. Now. Because blog writing doesn’t get much (any?) sharper or funnier.
Snakes on a plane. It’s something the Dude would say if he’d thought of it.
This is disappointing.
Not crushingly devastating, but disappointing. They wait all this time to put out a special edition, and what’s so special about it? No deleted scenes. No commentary tracks. C’mon… you can do better than that. Let’s just say I’m glad I bought the movie long ago and didn’t wait for a special edition.
I did the opposite with Office Space, waiting and waiting and waiting before it was finally given to me as a gift. Within six months, the special edition was released. And I bought it anyway, because it DOES contain deleted scenes and goodies that were worth waiting for.
Anyway. We’ll talk ball soon, OK?