Snakes on a Plane

21 Sep

I know you must think I’m crazy, but I actually liked this movie. 
Despite the obvious fact that this movie will never win an Academy
Award and possibly may be nominated for a Razzie (or two), I found it
quite entertaining.  The plot line was obvious, yet the movie
remained somewhat suspenseful.  You just never quite knew who and
how those snakes on a plane were going to attack next.  Yes, there
were numerous holes in the plot, but they were easily made up for by
Samuel L. Jackson’s one-liners.  You have to admit that even
though Samuel L. Jackson is a former band nerd in real life who was
eaten alive in the middle of his dramatic monologue by a homicidal
mutant shark in the movie “Deep Blue Sea”, he really is THE
man.  It really was worth the $7.50 of my husband’s hard-earned
money that he used to buy my ticket just to hear Sam L. say, “I have had
it with these mother f***ing snakes on this mother f***ing
plane!”  That may just be one of the greatest lines ever uttered
in a motion picture.  Now I feel the need to salute Samuel L.
Jackson in semi-Budweiser fashion:

I salute you Mr. Samuel L. Jackson for not being afraid to make a movie
about snakes on a plane despite the idiocy the title may suggest. 
Your talent for picking movies is undeniable.  Without you, Mr.
Samuel L. Jackson, America would be oblivious to the imminent dangers
of terrorist plots involving releasing poisonous snakes on a
plane.  Yes, Mr. Samuel L. Jackson, I salute you for showing us
all what to do when we have had it with mother f***ing snakes on a
mother f***ing plane.  So, go ahead and give yourself a pat on the
back, Mr. Samuel L. Jackson, you deserve it because no one says “the f
word” quite like you do!  

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One Response to “Snakes on a Plane”

  1. waitingfor1day Saturday, September 23, 2006 at 1:28 am #

    Hey I was in the CeCe Winans concert! 🙂 We are in Horn Lake this weekend doin stuff :)Call me again 🙂 love yaGin

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