However the film is already under fire, for its "blatantly discriminitory portrayal of snakes on a plane" and "extremely anti-snake remarks" spoken by Samuel L. Jackson.
They objects to the portrayal of snakes as violent and disruptive while on a plane, and points out that humans can be equally as violent while on board a plane, they cite it as a main cause of Snakeaphobia, and point out that snakes provide valuable contritubition to society thrpugh the use of anitdotes etc.
Many moderate snakes see the flim as stereotyping snakes as dangerous and a burden to all plane using folk.
That's as may be but....well, you couldn't let your daughter marry one could you? I know I couldn't; I don't have a daughter.
Anyway, as regards 'Snakes on Planes', I only know that, when I check in, I say to the girl on the desk "Look love, I don't mind if it's an aisle seat, window seat or bog seat. I just don't want to be sat next to a snake." They're different from us..different habits and such and....well....you never know, do you?
Yor man Sam plays a failed marathon runner turned reporter who has to fly as a CNNâs man on the track on a plane to the other side of the world for the next, next Olympics with all the good runners in the world. I think?