Scream 3 2000 R CC

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SCREAM 3 takes place in Hollywood during production of "Stab 3, Return to Woodsboro", a thriller which raises troubling questions about the events that terrified the town of Woodsboro - and continue to haunt Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell).

Starring:
Liev Schreiber, Beth Toussaint
Runtime:
1 hour 57 minutes

Scream 3

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By J. E. Bamber on January 23, 2004
Format: DVD
ok so Scream 3 isnt the same inspired thrill ride that the first two were but belive me this is still a heart pounding, shocking, scary, freaky and emotional thrill-ride. Once again our ghost masked killer is back for some more, but this time he quite happly tell all the potential victims what hes going to do and how hes going to do it as well. From what they can figure out the killer is slicing people up in the order they die in Stab 3 (the third movie about the woodsboro murders)One of my personal faviourite scenes is when all the victims are stuck in a house while the killer is faxing bits of the script, while the actors are frantically trying to read the faxs there getting. I did find that this film is more energetic than the others in the trilogy. The whole feel of this film is actually more grown up, I think that one of the most extremely inspired murders is when Posey Parker gets stuck behind a wall of mirrors as the killer trying to slice her up to shreds, but dewey and sydney can hear her but cant see her.
Ithink that the ending deserves a paragraph to its self as it's what really makes this film as inspired as it is, I was a fan of the ending on number one but really hated number two as to me it just seemed really silly and completely unrelavent to the plot. This ending is real white knuckle stuff, there secret passages miror walls secret doors and much more Sydney gets beaten around so much that you really truly start to think that she could lose this battle and she very nearly does, the ending is very stylishly done with progectors and mobiles and guns and knives, you really start to feel the desperation that sydney is going through. you also feel sorry for Gail and Dewey as they frantically try to get to there friend.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Daniel on January 11, 2001
Format: DVD
Scream 3 was extremely breath-taking. This edge-of-your-seat thriller, box-office hit was one of the best horror films ever made. Wes Craven (A Nightmare On Elm Street) shines again in this exceptionally, brilliantly directed film. Beautifully scripted, and excellent acting. While Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell: TV's Party Of five, Wild Things, The Craft) lives in safely guarded seclusion, bodies begin to pile up around the Hollywood set of Stab 3, the latest sequel based on the Woodsboro murders. And when the electrifying terror finally brings her out of hiding, Sidney and the other Woodsboro survivors, Deputy Dewey Riley, (David Arquette: Beautiful Girls, Scream) Gale Weathers (Courteney Cox Arquette: TV's Friends) join forces against the masked ghostface killer. Featuring newcomers Parker Posey (The House OF Yes, You've Got Mail) who gives us an oscar-worthy performance as Jennifer Jolie, and featuring, great actor, Scott Foley (TV's Felicity) in his film debut as Roman Bridger. Jenny McCarthy gives an awesome, well-acted cameo. I totally recommend this movie to all horror fans, and also to comedy fans. Scream is a slam-bang finish to this exceptionally clever trilogy. It's suspenseful, clever and very entertaining. The most terrifying scream is always the last. Be sure to buy or rent this movie, it's the year's best. This is the film to beat come oscar time.
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 14, 2004
Format: DVD
I LOVED SCREAM. When I first saw the TV spots, I was like "Hey, that's like those old slasher films I loved as a kid" and when I saw it, I was blown away. When I heard it was a Star Wars Trilogy of Terror, I was SO HAPPY. When part 2 came out I rushed to the theaters - had a great night - and was so excited to see where the characters would go and by the end I was so looking forward to the last part to see how it all came together.
However, even in part 2 I saw that the STUDIO was starting to throw their weight around...Hm...Maybe it was nothing.
Then part 3 came out. Guys. This movie sucked. Kevin Williamson didn't even get to write it (they THREW OUT HIS TREATMENT REMEMBER?). He didn't even get to realize his trilogy vision. Instead, Ehran Kruger did and that guy really blew it. This isn't funny. This isn't scary. It's cheesy. Admittedly, I was intrigued by Sydney's mother's past, but was that the original intent when Williamson wrote it? Is THAT how he was going to bring it together? Scream 3 is a rip off of a great movie, namely Scream. They were making up the script as they went along, folks. Come on. This became a cheesy Scooby-Doo mystery. I realize this came out when Columbine was fresh on everyone's mind so they were trying to be more cheesy to take the edge away. But they SHOULD HAVE WAITED until Williamson was done with HIS real magnum opus "Teaching Mrs. Tingle" and until things cooled down a bit in the media and then made the REAL Scream 3, not this lame attempt at the Weinsteins' wanting money.
Of course I bought the boxed set. I accept that THIS is the Star Wars Trilogy of Terror that we're stuck with. But somewhere in the back of my mind, I'll still be that guy watching Scream 2, greatly anticipating the end of a great trilogy.
Unfortunately, that great end will never come.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By donald swan on April 3, 2006
Format: DVD
wow! how can people say this film is bad.It kind of acts like the second film didnt happen which is a good thing.The killings were good and i found it the funniest out of all 3.ive heard about a scream 4 but that will just ruin the brilliance of this film.
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