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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Seattle Post-Intelligencer - 9/10 by Sean Axmaker ... a clumsy attempt at a hip-hop Airplane.
Globe and Mail - 8/10 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.
Reeling Reviews - 8/10 by Laura Clifford The IMDB informs that director Jessy Terrero is the nephew of "Raising Victor Vargas'" grandmother...I can only hope she slapped him upside the head for this.
Philadelphia Inquirer - 8/10 by Carrie Rickey I know that during the film my abs got a workout. But it became increasingly difficult to distinguish between a belly laugh and visceral recoil.
SPLICEDWire - 8/10 by Rob Blackwelder It may be crude, it may be lewd, it's certainly slapdash and stupid, but (it's) steadily and readily hilarious.
Hollywood Reporter - 7/10 by Sheri Linden Soul Plane starts out as an exuberant romp but soon gets trapped in a holding pattern of dumb sex and toilet jokes.
FromTheBalcony - 7/10 by Bill Clark Surprisingly enough (in fact, I am shocked), this film gets a lot of laughs.
Radio Free Entertainment - 7/10 by Andrew Manning Rowdy and funny, Soul Plane's sense of humor is often sharper than what most people would expect.
Flick Filosopher - 6/10 by MaryAnn Johanson [A]n appalling array of stereotypes that insults even its own intended audience...
Film Journal International - 6/10 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.
TheMovieChicks.com - 6/10 by Cherryl Dawson and Leigh Ann Palone I don't think I would want to fly the big purple plane sitting on spinners, but it would be cool as the in-flight movie.
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.

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