Agreed.Koodauw said:I don't really think it is funny, personally I am terrified of snakes.
I think its fantastic - if they were harmless snakes.jsw said:
Yeah, that ruins the "funny" part of it, and makes it kind of sick. Garden Snakes, that would have been funny.jsw said:
I'm beginning to wonder if this is a hoax. New Line Cinema, the parent of "Snakes On A Plane", and AMC Entertainment, owners of the AMC Theater chain, have an awfully cozy relationship. And though the film pulled a respectable $15M on its opening weekend (on a budget of $32M), ticket sales fell off drastically Saturday and Sunday, which has led some to label the film a disappointment. Is this a stunt to create more buzz and maybe pull people back into the theaters?Xander562 said:
hard to say...for people who really enjoy scary movies, it might be just the thing to entice them.jsw said:It would seem to me that this would reduce the desire of people to see it in a theater, not increase it.
All the more reason to not go to that theatre. Every time I go there something is wrong with the projector, and nobody seems to care enough to fix it. One time there must have been 3-4 of us (all at the same time) on our way to ask someone to fix the projector (the image on the screen was "jumping" up and down).D0ct0rteeth said: