R | | Action, Adventure, Crime
An F.B.I. Agent takes on a plane full of deadly venomous snakes, deliberately released to kill a witness being flown from Honolulu to Los Angeles to testify against a mob boss.
The poster design of snakes wrapped around a plane is a reference to the caduceus, which is the symbol for medicine.
Go, get outta here. Go!
(at around 1h 35 mins) The herpetologist, Dr. Price, is shown giving medical directions to the paramedics when the passengers are coming off of the aircraft to be treated. He is identified as "the leading snake expert in the area", so most likely he would hold a PhD in the subject, and not an M.D. If he is in fact an M.D., he is shown to call out for "Lactine and Ringer's solution" to be administered. The actual term is either "Ringer's Lactate" or "Lactated Ringer's solution". This is a standard and common IV solution, and an M.D. would never make a mistake in something as common as that.
Before the credits, there is a quick flash of a open-mouthed snake ready to bite the camera. During the credits, Cobra Starship's "Snakes on a Plane (Bring It!)" music video plays.
The DVD contains some deleted scenes:
Written by Noland Conjugacion
Performed by Noland Conjugacion aka Brother Noland
Courtesy of The Mountain Apple Company
£1,069,608 (UK) (20 August 2006)
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