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Soul PlaneThings get raucously funny aboard the maiden flight of a black-owned airline, thanks to some last-minute passenger additions.Genre: ComedyCountry: United StatesDuration: 86 minQuality: HDRelease: 2004IMDb: 4.5
Actors of "Soul Plane"
Characters of "Soul Plane"
Directors of "Soul Plane"Jessy TerreroBirthdate: 3 July 1975, Dominican Republic
Creators of "Soul Plane"Bo ZengaChuck Wilson
Critic Reviews of "Soul Plane"L.A. WeeklyJune 02, 2004
Long before landing, the movie's tireless minstrel-show mentality sends it into a nosedive.Village VoiceJune 01, 2004
This nearly plotless movie follows the maiden voyage of NWA (a moniker that seems to be the extent of the film's wit) through a torrent of stale ghetto jokes in the vein exhausted years ago by the Wayans brothers.Washington PostMay 28, 2004
An hour and a half of real airplane turbulence is better than sitting through the bad, offensive material that makes up Soul Plane.Washington PostMay 28, 2004
Makes up for what it lacks in genuine humor by overdosing viewers with outrageous sexuality and outsize stereotypes.Toronto StarMay 28, 2004
Sloppy, uneven, vulgar, lowbrow and often very funny, Jessy Terrero's debut movie might be called Airport Car Wash Scary Movie.Seattle TimesMay 28, 2004
No doubt Soul Plane sounds more offensive than it is when seen. That doesn't make it more than passable burlesque, but burlesque has its place, too.Fat Guys at the MoviesJanuary 17, 2016
tries to do too much and failsCommon Sense MediaDecember 28, 2010
Raunchy comedy for adults only.Lawrence.comSeptember 29, 2006
Soul Plane is like seeing an uncomfortably unfunny stand-up comedy routine acted out and stretched to a feature-length film.FromTheBalconyJune 26, 2005
Surprisingly enough (in fact, I am shocked), this film gets a lot of laughs.Reel Film ReviewsOctober 31, 2004
...it's hard not to be offended by a sequence in which an Arab man boards the airplane - much to the shock and horror of everyone around him.Film Freak CentralSeptember 28, 2004
How best to explain a film this mean-spirited, this unfunny--this dispiriting?
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