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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.Read more ›
Sidney's back and this time she's in college and when a couple of her classmates are killed at the movie premiere of her story (Stab). At first everyone thinks that it was just one of those things and as it turns out, the murders are related and now it's up to Sidney to survive and Randy, Gail and Dewey to find the killer.
I actually liked Scream 2 the most out of all 3 just because it was a little more intense and a little more personal than the first (as far as the murders go, not as much hack and slashing). The soundtrack was also significantly better from the first.
The thing that bothered me was the twists and turns at the end. I can't give it away but it's a really lame twist at the end. I won't deny that it is a surprise at the end but it's still kind of lame. And again, my same complaint that I had with the first, the men that are stalked are wussies and they die with ease but the chicks seem to handle the killer before getting cut down.
Make sure to watch Scream first otherwise there are going to be A LOT of things that won't make sense. Also, check out URBAN LEGENDS and FINAL DESTINATION as well. Another 2 great titles.
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It was the last one I needed for my 'Scream collection'! Part one will always be the best, but this one is my second favourite in the collection. Part 3 is terrible in my opinion. Read morePublished on Dec 10 2012 by JillyAE
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! Read morePublished on May 2 2003 by cameron
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... Read morePublished on April 7 2003 by Barry
Set two years after the murders in Woodsboro, Sydney Prescott ( Neve Campbell) is back and in College, now a Copycat killer who is copying a recent slasher movie is on the loose... Read morePublished on April 5 2003 by John Lindsey
...in this great follow-up of the original Scream. A different setting, new actors and a great movie-in-movie gag make Scream 2 very different from the first. Read morePublished on March 26 2003 by Sebastian Groß
The film itself is great. With enough jolts to keep you wetting the seat, and shrieks to keep you coughing, it works. Read morePublished on Feb. 18 2003 by Stokley Krouse
Wow, this is a shock, this one is actually better than the first! Fully aware of its status as the sequel to the surprise hit thriller of 1996, this lively follow-up trades... Read morePublished on Feb. 4 2003 by Tom Servo