As a critic, I judge a lot of movies, and I am kinda a famous one, but I will keep my name anynomous. After watching the orignial Scream, I viewed it as a gewl, a gem of it's own kind, it sparked a new genre of horror films that have been dead for nearly a decade. It was a classic and spinned off look alikes, such as I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER, and many many others. In 1997 SCREAM 2 was released, and it was very dissapointing. It didn't have what it took to pass the predescessor. It was wasn't written richly, but a very bad let down. Now SCREAM 3 was released February 4th, 2000. And believe it or not, "the third time is the charm". SCREAM 3 didn't prove to be as good as the original, but better than the sequel. Scream 3 is full of surprises, that throw you off guard. You think it's planned the way the first two was written - but like what was said anything happens in the Trilogy, all rules are broken. Rany Meeks makes an appearnce, as his sister shows her a video tape before he died in Scream 2, explaining that in the Trilogy anything can happen, even Sydney can die. He says that a shot in the head, or freezing the villian will only kill him. The film opens up with two murdes like the predescessors. We see that Gale Weathers is giving a pep lecture at UCLA for journalist, wher she is pulled away and infomed about the two murders. Dewey has gained popularity throughout Hollywood helping on the set of STAB 3: RETURN TO WOODSBORO. Sydney Prescott is living in seculsion in her California home deep in the mountains going under a different name helping with a women's hotline. She recieves flashes of her Mother. Soon Gale meets with Dewey about the situation, where he seems he doesn't need her. After every murder, they keep leaving pictures of Sydney's Prescott's mother. Who is this killer? Who does he have to do with Sydney or her mother? SCREAM 3 is sure to keep you at the edge of your seat!