Scary Movie

Scary Movie

Following on the heels of popular teen-scream horror movies, with uproarious comedy and biting satire. Marlon and Shawn Wayans, Shannon Elizabeth and Carmen Electra pitch in to skewer some of Hollywood's biggest blockbusters, including Scream, I Know What You Did Last Summer, The Matrix, American Pie and The Blair Witch Project.

From the minds that brought you "I'm Gonna Git You Sucka" comes a thriller-comedy that is guaranteed to shock. A year after disposing the body of a man they accidently killed, a group of dumb teenagers are stalked by a bumbling serial killer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Mark B (jp) wrote: Very entertaining. Definitely better than the first one.

Hli L (ca) wrote: Stupendous channeling of Federico Fellini for millenials this is full of unforgettable moments. Welcome to bourgeois Rome on a first class ticket but good luck trying to beat Bigazzi's cinematography and Sorrentino's imagination. A true Italian masterpiece that even the whiteys at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences couldn't resist! Watch before you die!

Derek M (es) wrote: Charlize theron gives one of the best performances out there in "Young Adult", Diablo Cody's hilarious and acidic passion project about a washed-up, stuck-in-high-school author who has sorely misread the world around her. Her performance is so good you sympathize even when she's doing things you know are awful, and her realizations of her mental issues are crushingly melancholy and brilliantly constructed. Young Adult is not just great because of her performance, however. It's great because Cody's script allows it to be completely multidimensional -- it's consistently laugh-out-loud funny, with some bitter, mean lines that make you drop your jaw in pure shock. It's one of the most absorbing, funny, and oddly heartbreaking films in recent years.

mark d (nl) wrote: Slovene-Irish-Swedish-Finnish co-production[1] and was shot in 35 days in Slovenia and Ireland. The world premiere took place on the International Film Festival Rotterdam in 2011.

Andreas M (br) wrote: Moore is amazingly one-sided, and it still baffles me how people allow this propaganda to become so easily accepted and placed on screen as truth, but if anything that goes to show the power of filmmaking and how Moore is so eloquently able to use that.

Sarah H (fr) wrote: I can see why it is a bit under rated. A little more artsy fartsy than most people are into. It's a tad confusing for a bit, but then everything falls into place.

Michael T (de) wrote: Intriguing, fast-moving gem.

Marischa B (de) wrote: I watched perfect sisters for the same reason everyone else did, Abigail Breslin. The little girl who, with her cute charm, mesmerized us in any a movie like 'little miss sunshine' and 'zombieland' has been away from a good movie for quite some time. This movie tries to change that.... I hope. Abigail Breslin and Georgie Henley are two sisters who have faced a lot of hardship in life; their mother is an alcoholic prone to dating the worst of men, who tend to abuse them and their little half brother. When things get very rough, and they find no option to make their lives better, they decide to kill their mother in hope of claiming her life insurance money and leading a life their mother could never provide them. They sketch a plan and kill her, only to be traumatized by the experience. They eventually get caught and are sentenced to ten years in prison, the judge giving the reason that people with a lot worse have done a lot better than they have. The central core of the story is based on a true story, which is what makes thus easier to believe. Many of the children today are growing up to become something the society does not need, and all this due to lack of good parenting. Niw what must a child do to make his/her life better? Well, this movie dwells into one such tale where the children take it into their own hands. The direction is poor, but the movie is held together by good acting. The element that hurts moat is how a couple of perfect girls, who could have achieved anything in life, turn to killing their mother. This is probably what many people cant stomach, and thus end up giving a bad rating, but this is life.. People face such problems and don't know what to do in these situations. That is why i gave the movie a good rating, fir the director and writer for sharing with us a part of someone's life, a part that people like us living in high luxury may never know of. Watch this movie with a clear mind, and you may feel it too...

Josh F (br) wrote: I thought this one was pretty good. Liked Timberlake and Affleck, but it just felt rushed and a little too neat at the end. Just OK.