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  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Blu-ray, Color, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Miramax Lionsgate
  • DVD Release Date: September 20, 2011
  • Run Time: 85 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (435 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #96,658 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Editorial Reviews

3 times the laughs! 3 times the terror! 3 times the stars! Charlie Sheen (Two And A Half Men ), Anna Faris (Scary Movie 1 & 2, House Bunny), Eddie Griffin (Deuce Bigalow: Eurpoean Gigolo), Queen Latifah (Chicago), Regina Hall (Scary Movie 1 & 2) and Denise Richards (Starship Troopers) take Scary Movie 3 to unprecedented levels of hysterically twisted comedy. With the help of nonstop celebrity cameos - including Pamela Anderson, Jenny McCarthy, George Carlin, Leslie Nielsen and a who's who of rap artists - thrillers, blockbusters and pop culture get their best goosing yet.

Customer Reviews

So,skip Scary Movie 3 and watch the first two instead.
Anna Victoria Seise
This film is almost as funny as the first Scary Movie and funnier than the second one, though that is not saying much.
I've seen all of the "Scary Movies" and this is by far the best!

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29 of 35 people found the following review helpful By H. Semones on October 22, 2003
I wondered when I watched the trailer for Scary Movie 3 why I was laughing so hard. Sure I enjoyed the first two films, but they seemed... amateurish. Yeah, I know the entire series is nothing but crass, low-brow humor, but that trailer was SO funny. I found myself on the Internet Movie Database ([...]) trying to figure it out. Much to my surprise, I found David Zucker (one of the three masterminds behind Airplane!) directing and writing AND Kevin Smith producing and writing the film. Zounds!
I don't know why or how the Wayans brothers aren't involved, but frankly it's for the better. The movie is absolutely hilarious. Oh sure, there are jokes so obvious they are like seeing a jumbo jet landing in your front yard, but there are also enough surprises that catch you off guard to more than make up for that.
The "plot" purees The Ring, Signs and Eight Mile into a mismatch of parody and slap-stick well enough that you wish the Zuckers and Jim Abrahams would get back together and come up with one more. This is mostly for two scenes that sustain laughs so long they actually hurt. Don't get me wrong. This nothing more than stupid, sophomoric humor, but when in the hands of talented comedic film makers, it becomes a film that demands repeated viewings much like Airplane! and Top Secret. In other words, a laugh riot.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By S. Sarhan on February 17, 2006
Format: DVD
Here's another Scary Movie sequel, but this time neither Wayans brother returns.

Scary Movie 3 is a hilarious movie starring returning castmembers Anna Faris (Lost In Translation) and Regina Hall, along with an incredible supporting cast including Charlie Sheen (Hot Shots), Leslie Neilsen (Airplane!), Anthony Anderson (Me Myself And Irene), and many others.

The film spoofs many recently popular horror films like The Ring, The Others, and Signs, while at the same time taking on other films like 8 Mile and The Truman Show.

Watch out for cameo appearances by Macy Gray, Ja Rule, American Idol's Simon Cowell, Queen Latifah, Eddie Griffin, Jeremy Piven as the whacky news broadcaster Ross Giggins, and a Michael Jackson look-alike.


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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By D. Elia on October 22, 2003
I saw the movie tonight at a sneak preview and I thought it was hilarious. Even though the Wayans brothers did not return I still enjoyed it very much and didn't feel like something was missing. The film was definitely better than the second installment, but doesn't beat the original.
There are quite a bit of very funny moments. My personal favorite involved a Michael Jackson incident and I'm not talking about what the preview showed of Michael in the preview. That scene only gets funnier. There is also another line that Charlie Sheen delievers questioning his wife's ability to use her... donut. You'll get it when you see it.
The movie was very funny, but there were just a couple of things that I didn't like. There is a scene involving trying to bring the dead back to life and I don't think that Leslie Nielson belonged in the movie. He seemed a little tacked on. Those are my only two complaints about the movie. Oh yeah, and the movie was only about one hour and fifteen minutes. And I'm not exaggerating.
For those complaining about the change in rating, well you're not missing much. There is still a lot of sexual humor(and is still very funny) and they do mutter one f word somewhere near the beginning (and it is used hilariously). So, be there when it opens this Friday. It'll make you want another Scary Movie to appear at the theater in a year or two.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Gregory John Ranzoni on June 1, 2004
Format: DVD
With the Waynes Brothers stepping aside, David Zucker sat in the director's chair to take a shot at the thrid movie.
And missed horribly.
With so much talent and no real story the 3 movie fall flat on it's face with no real direction, only a constant stream of jokes, not many of them are that funny.
With attempts to Spoof 8 mile, Matrix Reloaded, the Ring, and Signs did not pan out at all. The connection with the tape in the Ring and the monsters in Signs just didn't connect.
Unlike the pervious movies that were rated R, the studio wussed out and made it a hard PG-13. This is a movie that is meant to be R
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By B. Son on July 6, 2004
Format: DVD
Well, not exactly a zero. I admit, the crude, and often, sexual, humor of the Wayan Brothers always brings a laugh out of me. But unfortunately for the third movie of the "Scary Movie" series, this one is by far, the worst. As with most movies and series, the quality just keeps going down... and "Scary Movie 3" is not an exception.
"Scary Movie 3" uses "The Ring" and "Signs" as the main themes of the third installment. The beginning of the movie is exactly like the beginning of "The Ring" with Pamela Lee Anderson and Jenny McCarthy. It was pretty hilarious to watch, as also what the Scary Movies do is point out questionable and often, stupid, aspects of the movies that they are portraying.
Charlie Sheen and Simon Rex are two of the main characters in this movie, with the theme of "Signs". Sheen is an ex-priest living on a farm with his wanna-be rapper brother, Rex. Faris returns as the leading character in the film, as a news reporter. She represents Naomi Watts' character in "The Ring" who is a newspaper reporter trying to find out about the mystery of the videotape. Regina Hall also re-appears as Faris' good friend, who is now a teacher. There are cameos by Queen Latifah, George Carlin, Eddie Griffin, Denise Richards, and Leslie Nielson (Gun 1 1/2), are some of the actors/actresses that appear in the movie.
With ideas from "The Sixth Sense", Faris' nephew has an extrasensory sense that gives him the ability to see and know things that other people do not. Also, there is a part of the movie that uses "The Others". Rex's character portrays Eminem in "8 Mile", with a MC battle scene. It also uses ideas from "The Matrix Reloaded", with Queen Latifah as the Oracle and Eddie Griffin as Morpheus.
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