Soul Plane
Soul Plane

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Things get raucously funny aboard the maiden flight of a black-owned airline, thanks to some last-minute passenger additions.... (Full plot summary below)

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Things get raucously funny aboard the maiden flight of a black-owned airline, thanks to some last-minute passenger additions.

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FromTheBalcony - 8/10 by Bill Clark Surprisingly enough (in fact, I am shocked), this film gets a lot of laughs.
Film Journal International - 7/10 by Ethan Alter Cries out for the guiding hand of one of the Zucker Brothers or, even better, a genuine satirist like John Ridley, who wrote the subversive Undercover Brother.
Film Threat - 6/10 by Clint Morris A lot better than one would expect. It's amusing, it's inspired and hey, it's a lot wittier than the last two "Scary Movies" combined. Though, like most lampoons, it runs out of steam about half way through.
The Globe and Mail (Toronto) - 6/10 by Stephen Cole A third of the way into Soul Plane, maybe earlier if you're in the right mood or with the wrong company, you might actually start to enjoy disliking the movie. Like, say, Prince's "Purple Rain," certain Joan Crawford movies, and Leslie Nielsen at his best worst, the film inspires cathartic ridicule.
Internet Reviews - 6/10 by Steve Rhodes Outrageous and sporadically funny [but] just wait for video.
Film Threat - 6/10 by Clint Morris A lot better than one would expect. It's amusing, it's inspired and hey, it's a lot wittier than the last two "Scary Movies" combined. Though, like most lampoons, it runs out of steam about half way through.
The Globe and Mail (Toronto) - 6/10 by Stephen Cole A third of the way into Soul Plane, maybe earlier if you're in the right mood or with the wrong company, you might actually start to enjoy disliking the movie. Like, say, Prince's "Purple Rain," certain Joan Crawford movies, and Leslie Nielsen at his best worst, the film inspires cathartic ridicule.
Premiere - 5/10 by Otis Hart Snoop's subtle performance in the captain's chair flips all the right switches, and Ryan Pinkston's timing as Arnold's "straight out of Malibu" son is perfect, but these two aren't enough to salvage the film.
Chicago Reader - 5/10 by J.R. Jones This is dumb, raunchy, and obvious, but it's also pretty funny, and delivered with the gusto of a Redd Foxx monologue.
Miami Herald - 5/10 by Peter Debruge An idea whose time is long overdue, a tricked-out jumbo jet custom fit to meet the needs of today's savvy black traveler.
San Francisco Chronicle - 5/10 by Peter Hartlaub A better- than-average comedy that is raunchy and tasteless but ultimately funny from beginning to end.
Philadelphia Inquirer - 5/10 by Carrie Rickey A raunchy spoof of the disaster-movie lampoon Airplane! - does everything to get the laugh. And in the way that a broken watch is right twice a day, a shotgun comedy like this one occasionally hits its target.

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