Hell On Earth > Movies > Con Air > Illustrated Plot, Part 4

TabidBunnies Review...CON AIR

Illustrated Plot Summary for Con Air

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By now, Malkovich knows the true value of the Bunny. He flees the crash scene in a fire truck, taking the Bunny with him.

Cage (the Bunny Guardian) goes after the evil Rabbitnapper on a motorcycle, followed by a clueless John Cusack. Inside the fire truck, the Bunny eliminates the driver, off-camera because it's a Disney movie. On the back of the vehicle, Nicolas Cage dispatches John Malkovich.

The truck catches fire, crashes into an armored car and explodes. The Bunny is knocked out by the explosion and washed away by a torrent of water from the fire engine. Dramatically, our unconscious Hero drifts into the darkness of a black gully. For an instant, the audience fears the worst.

In the Nic of time, Cage heroically pulls the Bunny out of the gully. Cage and the Bunny lock eyes in silent appreciation of each other's efforts (a truly moving scene).

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bunny hits ground (8k)

By now, Malkovich knows the true value of the Bunny. He flees the crash scene in a fire truck, taking the Bunny with him. Cage (the Bunny Guardian) goes after the evil Rabbitnapper on a motorcycle, followed by a clueless John Cusack.

unconscious bunny (16k)

Inside the fire truck, the Bunny eliminates the driver, off-camera because it's a Disney movie. On the back of the vehicle, Nicolas Cage dispatches John Malkovich. The truck catches fire, crashes into an armored car and explodes. The Bunny is knocked out by the explosion...

bunny in the drain (8k)

... and washed away by a torrent of water from the fire engine. Dramatically, our unconscious Hero drifts into the darkness of a black gully.

bunny almost certainly doomed (7k)

For an instant, the audience fears the worst. In the Nic of time, Cage heroically pulls the Bunny out of the gully.

the dramatic rescue scene (9k)

Cage and the Bunny lock eyes...

mutual admiration (13k)

...in silent appreciation of each other's efforts (a truly moving scene).

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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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