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Written by Lil Jon (as Jonathan H. Smith), Eric Jackson, D'Angelo Holmes, DJ Smurf
Performed by Ying Yang Twins featuring Lil Jon & The Eastside Boyz
Courtesy of TVT Records
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One stereotype after another
I think the best acting in Soul Plane is the plane itself. It looks like the plane is very nice looking from both the outside and the inside. The plane has more personality than the people in this movie. Every single character in this movie is a stereotype. We have the one white couple. The pilot who is afraid of heights. The stewardeses who are dressed like hookers. The one gay character who looks at everybody. The language is offensive, with repeated use of the offensive N-word that whites cannot use but blacks inexplicably do. Why did this movie need to push for an R rating when it could have gone for a PG or a PG 13 would suffice. I give this movie a 4/10 and that is only for the great looking plane.
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