In an interview on the podcast WTF with Marc Maron, Hart said that part of the reason for the poor box office turnout was due to bootlegging, which had apparently begun three months before the film was released in theaters.
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Nashawn reconciles with his ex-girlfriend after earlier revealing to her that he only broke up with her so she would not give up her college opportunities for him.
The movie ends with Nashawn telling the audience the fate of his crew.
Hart told Marc Maron that during a premiere, fans were coming up to him asking him to sign copies of the bootleg.
Hart does, however, credit Soul Plane for making him popular enough to start touring around the country. Review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes gave it an 18% approval rating and a weighted average from a total of 101 reviews, with a consensus calling it a "raunchy sendup of Airplane!Meanwhile, the Hunkee family, the only caucasian passengers on board, must also deal with their own problems; Elvis Hunkee's (Tom Arnold) daughter is turning eighteen and plans to use her newfound freedom by drinking and having sex, his son has transformed from an exact duplicate of him to a stereotypical wigger, and his wife has found a new interest in black men after viewing pictures in a pornographic magazine.Captain Mack seemingly dies after eating mushrooms that the co-pilot, First Officer Gaemon (Godfrey), uses to soothe his genital crabs.Soul Plane opened on May 28, 2004 in 1,566 theaters.In its opening weekend, the film made ,648,486 in the domestic box office, ranking number five behind Shrek 2, The Day After Tomorrow, Troy, and Raising Helen.that never really takes off." Stephen Holden of The New York Times says in his review: "This hectic farce, which pushes every envelope, is so broad and relentlessly raunchy that it makes a spoof like Airplane seem as demure as a vintage drawing-room comedy." In late 2014, the film appeared on Empire magazine's users-voted list of "The 50 Worst Movies Ever", ranking number 47.