Hell On Earth > Movies > Con Air > Illustrated Plot, Part 3

TabidBunnies Review...CON AIR

Illustrated Plot Summary for Con Air

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Once again, Cage leaves the Bunny, who remains nameless throughout the movie (reminding the audience of Clint Eastwood's better efforts), in the bowels of the airplane.

Some unimportant action scenes occur. Then, Ving Rhames sniffs out the Bunny's hide-out and discovers the Rabbit's secret mission. He hauls the mission papers and the Bunny, which is still groggy from the previous assault, to John Malkovich.

Triumphantly, Malkovich reads out the top secret mission description to the other convicts. When Nicolas Cage tries to step in, Malkovich places a gun against the Bunny's skull: "Don't move or the Bunny gets it." The Bunny tries to talk sense into its attacker when military helicopters appear, following a plot device. They are obviously on a mission to save the Bunny, but nonetheless shoot the airplane down.

The Bunny almost escapes John Malkovich's clutches when the plane crashes into the middle of Las Vegas.

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the bunny's plans discovered again (8k)

Cage leaves the Bunny in the bowels of the airplane. Some unimportant action scenes occur. Then, Ving Rhames sniffs out the Bunny's hide-out and discovers the Rabbit's secret mission.

john malkovich reads out the plan (13k)

He hauls the mission papers and the Bunny, which is still groggy from the previous assault, to John Malkovich.

Triumphantly, Malkovich reads out the top secret mission description to the other convicts.

don't move or the bunny gets it (14k)

When Nicolas Cage tries to step in, Malkovich places a gun against the Bunny's skull: "Don't move or the Bunny gets it."

The Bunny tries to talk sense into its attacker when military helicopters appear, following a plot device.

malkovich using the bunny as a living shield (19k)

They are obviously on a mission to save the Bunny, but nonetheless shoot the airplane down. The Bunny almost escapes John Malkovich's clutches when the plane crashes into the middle of Las Vegas.

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(All images on this page are from the Jerry Bruckheimer production Con Air, © 1997 by Touchstone Pictures, a Disney company. Used for satirical purposes only; no copyright infringement is intended. The images were cropped a bit, but otherwise remain unaltered.) Text & Image Editing © by MOATMAI.

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