Despite the really bad and obvious stereotypical jokes (some of which are funny and new), SOUL PLANE managed to keep me laughing enough not to turn it off midway through. It actually wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be, but it's no AIRPLANE and not even good substitute for it. Some of the visual gags I thought were pretty funny was the basketball court and Roscoe’s Chicken & Waffles in the airport terminal, the “subway train” feel of the “low class” section of the plane complete with hanging bars, posters of Colt .45 and the Popeye’s Fried Chicken and Alize (Cognac) they served for the in-flight meal. Not exactly doubled over in pain funny, but still funny nonetheless
Boarding Pass: 'Making Of' featurette: Your standard “making of” featurette. Cast and Crew talk about the process and working with each other.
The Upgrade: Another featurette that focuses on working with director Jessy Terroro, whose prior occupation was that of a music video director. Apparently he’s a good guy to work with.
Deleted Scenes: Not missing much here, other than an extended scene with Tom Arnold and the somehow underused D.L Hughley. The scene would’ve been a lot funnier if they kept this in.
Outtakes: Everyone flubs their lines and laughs. I like “outtake” features so this was pretty funny.
Survivor Safety Video: Here’s the “safety video” that was shown for the passengers during the movie (the “low class” section views it on an old black and white TV). Basically, the three flight attendants sing Destiny’s Child “Survivor” and detail what to do in emergencies. Gary Anthony Williams (Smart Brother from Undercover Brother) as the gay flight attendant “Flame” is downright hilarious.
We also get a Behind the Scenes Photo Gallery and Trailers.