Watch Snakes on a Plane
Snakes on a Plane is a drama/horror film that came out in the year 2006. The movie is about a young man who witnessed a murder by a mob boss in Hawaii. As a result the FBI is escorting him back to Los Angeles to testify in the trial. However the mob boss tells his men to load a crate full of hundreds of poisonous snakes on the plane. The crate is to be opened up during mid flight and therefore have one of the snakes kill the young man. However the FBI agent finds a way to eliminate the snakes and also with the help of some of the remaining passengers lands the plane to safety. In the end he surfs on the beach with the FBI agent.
One day a young man has witnessed a murder by a mob boss in Hawaii. He is going back to Los Angeles and has boarded a plane. After finding this out, the mob boss tells his subordinates to load a crate of poisonous snakes onto the plane and having it unleash the snakes. The plan is to have the young man killed so that he cannot testify. Once the man boards the flight along with some other passengers everything seems to go well. However while the plane is in mid flight, the crate opens and the snakes begin slithering all over the plane. They begin their rampage by killing some pets on board. They then surface onto the main passenger levels and begin to kill many of the passengers. Due to this situation the FBI agent contacts a scientist who studies snakes and asks them and the FBI to find an anti venom to save the lives of all of those who may have been bitten. The FBI agent also looks for a way to get the snakes out of the plane. Fortunately for him and the passengers on board he does and they are able to land safely. In the end, the remaining survivors get out of the plane to safety. However the young man gets bitten but the snake is shot off by the FBI agent. The young man is being carried off on a stretcher and is given the phone number by a flight attendant.
- Samuel L. Jackson, Julianna Margulies, Nathan Phillips, Rachel Blanchard, Bobby Cannavale
- New Line Cinema
- David R. Ellis