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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (199 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004OEIL5E
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #58,051 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Away at college, Sidney Prescott (Campbell) thought she'd finally put the shocking murders that shattered her life behind her... until a copycat killer begins acting out a real-life sequel. Now as history repeats itself, ambitious reporter Gale Weathers (Cox), deputy Dewey (Arquette) and other Scream survivors find themselves trapped in a terrifyingly clever plotline where no one is safe - or beyond suspicion - in this "delicious, diabolical and fun" (Rolling Stone) sequel.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By jason on Aug. 9 2004
Format: DVD
big fan of the scream trilogy. but scream2 is without a doubt the weakest link. I actually liked scream2 when I came out of the theatre, but after seeing it just one more time I started to notice the painfully obvious flaws, and it's not easy for me to say this, but the painfully bad overacting. Unlike the first and third film which managed, or should I say bothered, to avoid these mistakes, scream2 is so riddled with mind numbing stupidity that somehow viewers are not seeing. Don't get me to wrong this is still way above average for a thriller, but if your looking for depth your not going to find it. This was an insult to everything the first scream and scream3 stood for.I'm also a huge fan of some of the cast members in 2, but they have been given much better roles in other films and in this movie are just given the recycled roles of the first film. In scream3 at least we have new characters and much better acting. Actors who have had so many movies you can't count them all. Not to mention new inventions the trilogy, since scream2 decided to miss that department as well i.e scream3 has the delicous voice changing device and the creepy element of the fact that our leadfing heroin could be losing her sanity due to apperisions of her dead mother. We are blessed however with Liev Schrieber in scream2, though he seems to do more and better acting in only the first 6 minutes of the third film. You can just tell which of the three the actual actors took seriously by the effort they put. And in effort, scream2 lacks the defenition of the word
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lauren B. Floss on June 21 2004
Format: DVD
Scream 2 is a million times better than the first Scream, which was teribble. The killer is no longer a wimpy teen like in the last film. This film is aimd to an older audiance( the first was aimed to the teens) which I think was good and it really worked for this one. This plot is about someone who saw a movie called Stab, a film based on what happened in the first Scream, and the film drives him mad and makes him turn into a killer. Okay, I know that sounds like a bad plot on papr, but it's much better on screen. They don't make fun of the old movies as much as they did in the first one( the( the orignal was trying to be serios, not like Scary Movie). If you enjoyed movies like Halloween, then you should like this. Much better than the first movie.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By cameron on May 2 2003
Format: DVD
All I can say is that this could have been an Oscar nomination. In all seriousness! Naturally slasher movies give off a rather cheesy vibe... but noooooo! Not the first two "Scream"s. They have a certain spark. The acting is absolutely fantastic, the plotline is phenomanal, and the slasher costume is higly original. I love this movie as much, if not more than the first. Don't rent... BUY!!!
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Scream 2 contains all the perks of scream one, an amusing cast, a witty and inventive script, a keen sense of parody in relation to other movies of the genre, a sense of humour, whilst not forgetting that it is, essentially, a horror film.
For scream 2, most off the original cast return, with a few new faces thrown in, such as future Mrs. Will Smith, Jada Pinkett, as a student. Scream 2, thanks to these appearances, blends in the right amount of comforting familiarity with fresh faces. Like it's older sibling, scream 2 managed to almost rewrite the horror genre, being as it is, not just a simple horror film, but a satire, parody, whodunnit, and thriller as well.
Scream 2's cassette boasts of being 'gorier, sexier, funnier' than the original. I cannot differ that it may be even a tad gorier than the original scream film, containing some suspenseful, well-constructed and nasty deaths that you remeber a long time after the credits have rolled. The whole film is an-above average horror story,and manages to tie up all it's aspects of film making to a high degree of success. Scream 2 is a classy horror that contains some surprises along the way, especially near the end of the film, as judged by the director's very high security surrounding the real ending. I suppose it's a tribute to him that there was so much interest in his film.

So why then does scream get only three stars? Because it has contracted a serious case of sequelitis. Don't get me wrong, it's a good film, but it does nothing that the previous scream film had not done, put it this way, it's not actually breaking any new ground. The joy of scream was that it was so unexpected, and virtually re-written the entire genre.
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By Barry on April 7 2003
Format: DVD
After the incredible, phenomenal success of the first "Scream" movie, a sequel was inevitable. Actually, it was inevitable from the start since a part 2 and 3 were already planned and part of Kevin Williamson's deal when selling the first movie. While many people thought this was only made since the first one was such a monster hit, it was not. I'm sure the box office didn't hurt tho!. Kevin Williamson is back with another sharp, fresh, and clever screenplay. Wes Craven is back in the director's chair and makes that screenplay into a stylish thriller that exceeds all expectations and puts the "sequels ..." curse to rest...for now anyways. It's been two years since the grisly murders and stalking of Sidney Prescott in Woodsboro, and now Sidney is enrolled in college and trying to put her life back in order. It's much easier said than done since she is now caught up in the frenzy of a new movie called "Stab", which is a film about what happened in Woodsboro based on the book "The Woodsboro Murders", by tabloid journalist Gale Weathers(Courtney Cox). Two young students(Jada Pinkett, Omar Epps)are killed during the premiere of the film in the movie's dazzling and well executed opener, and the hunt is on once again. A copycat killer dressed in ghost figure attire is jumping on the "Stab" hysteria and stalking Sidney and her friends. Returning is Gale, who is still the money loving, attention getter we loved to hate in the original, but we love more now here. Deputy Dewey(David Arquette)is back as well, having survived the stabbed in the back incident from the original. Unfortunatley, it has left him with a bad leg and limp. Film geek Randy(Jamie Kennedy)is back as well, and sets the tone for the film when he explains the rules of a horror sequel. Cotton Weary(Liev Schreiber)also appears in this one.Read more ›
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