Seattle Post-Intelligencer film critic William Arnold thinks that the studios cutting down on their advance screenings is a good thing. He writes, “So I salute you, New Line Cinema, and your innovative decision to keep ‘Snakes on a Plane’ from my sight until I can’t give it the publicity it so clearly doesn’t need. It surely wasn’t your intention, but I suspect you’ve done the world of movies an enormous service.”
[RELATED: Rosenbaum’s Hollow Man review.]
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