Thursday, January 26, 2006

"Soul Plane" review

Soul Plane (2004)

Directed by Jessy Terrero

Writing credits Bo Zenga Chuck Wilson

Tom Arnold.... Mr. Hunkee
Kevin Hart.... Nashawn
Method Man.... Muggsy
Snoop Dogg.... Captain Mack

Even without taking a single film school course, I can safely say, without fear of contradiction, that I can make a better "Soul Plane" movie. Even if I was blind and had never laughed in my life, I could still manage to make a more entertaining movie. Soul Plane going down! Mayday! Mayday! RRRRRRRRRRRRRR....BOOOOOMMM!

So a guy builds a Soul Plane. It's a party plane. There's a club, some strippers and lots of partying. So where's the fun? Why didn't I laugh at least once? Why were there sincere moments of drama on the Soul Plane? Why should I care if the owner makes up with his girlfriend? Why did she get on the maiden voyage of Soul Plane? Didn't she know that he owned the airline? Is she that stupid? How could a club operate on an airplane? Don't they feel any turbulence? Wouldn't it have been funnier if they had tried to dance while the plane shakes back and forth? Why didn't the horny woman with the large breasts take her top off? Why didn't the horny stewardess take her top off? Why didn't anything interesting or amusing happen on the Soul Plane?

Ahh, whatever. Call an ambulance, clean up the wreckage and call it a day.

SCORE: 1 out of 4 disasters

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