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Scary Movie 4

2006

PG-13 CC

What do you get when you mix fearless comedic genius with the latest box-office blockbusters? You guessed it. On April 14th, the "Scary Movie" gang is back with the most hilarious and irreverent installment yet!

Starring:
Anna Faris, Regina Hall
Runtime:
1 hour, 29 minutes

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Genres Comedy
Director David Zucker
Starring Anna Faris, Regina Hall
Supporting actors Craig Bierko, Bill Pullman, Anthony Anderson, Leslie Nielsen, Molly Shannon, Michael Madsen, Chris Elliott, Carmen Electra, Shaquille O'Neal, Phil McGraw, Cloris Leachman, Conchita Campbell, Beau Mirchoff, Kevin Hart, DeRay Davis, Simon Rex, Youngbloodz, Bryan Callen
Studio The Weinstein Company
MPAA rating PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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This fourth (but not final) installment in a horror parody series originated by the Wayans family is directed by David Zucker. It nicely lampoons at least a half-dozen movies: SAW (USA/Australia-2004), WAR OF THE WORLDS (2005), BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN (USA/Canada-2005), THE VILLAGE (2004), MILLION DOLLAR BABY (2005) and THE GRUDGE (USA/Japan-2004).

The unrated version my review is primary on has much in it that couldn't get past censors and still keep a PG rating, like "Dirty Sanchez" on Anna's boxing robe. (Trust me, you DO NOT wanna know what that means!)

Guys will love the three scantily-clad Playboy playmates having a pillow fight (also not in the theatrical release).

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Parenthetical number preceding title is a 1 to 10 IMDb viewer poll rating.

(5.0) Scary Movie 4 (2006) - Anna Faris/Regina Hall/Craig Bierko/Bill Pullman/Leslie Nielson/Chris Elliott/Carmen Electra/Shaquille O'Neal/(Dr.) Phil McGraw/Dave Attell/Debra Wilson/David Zucker (voice) (uncredited: Charlie Sheen/James Earl Jones)
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If you liked any one of Scary Movies 1-3, you'll likely enjoy Scary Movie 4. It has some high profile actors and public characters in it, and they do a great job. Dr. Phil and Shaquille O'Neal are really good in the starting sequence. This 'episode' satirizes almost too many horror movies, including 'Saw', 'The Grudge', 'War of the Worlds', 'Brokeback Mountain', 'Million Dollar Baby', 'The Village', and quite a few public personalities.

One of the early scenes with Charlie Sheen is about as funny as Sheen has ever been. All in all this movie is a classic sophomoric romp.

Don't watch for any redeeming societal value. . .
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For all of you purists out there who insist, year after year, that all movie franchises be put out of their misery I present to you the Scary Movie series. After a ho hum first go round and a disastrous second try the series suddenly got. . .well. . Good. 3 was worth the price of admission and so is 4. Not all sequels are stale, and once is a blue moon they get better as they go along. Anna Farris once again plays the dumbest girl ever to be trapped in a Hollywood hall of mirrors. This particular film follows the basic plot of "War of the Worlds" with lots of sidetracking along the way. The Scary Movies have been used as an indictment against the cinema and the culture of the time. So in this installment we get an infestation of creepy looking Asian kids with bad complexions and Dr. Phil. I was a big fan of "War of the Worlds" so I honestly believe that "Scary Movie 4" could have been improved by going with a crappier movie (say "Van Helsing") but I'll happily look upon it as a tribute as opposed to a slap in the face. After playing around with "War of the Worlds" and "Ring Two" for a while the Tripods finally attacks and our heroes are driven into a certain "Village" where the film stalls and nearly sinks.

Luckily the final third is hilarious and saves everything that came before it. I laughed the hardest at the split second Chingy cameo which was comedic gold. From there it rolls into a "Saw II" parody which delivers big time on the belly laughs. The best scene overall, however, takes place early on and is a vicious take on "Million Dollar Baby." Their version re-imagines the fateful fight with Mike Tyson playing an ear chomping, muscle bound female whose rear end sets off a stinging string of neck snappings.
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Sigh... Here's more of the same.

You can pretty much trust the critics' reviews on this one. I know movies like this aren't made to get critical raves, and in that sense they are critic-proof. I like stupid comedies (as long as they are genuinely funny and clever - not just stupid), especially of the screwball "Naked Gun" mold and, even more so, of the raunchy original "Scary Movie" type. I may be embarrassed to try and defend a movie like "Scary Movie" but I'd be a liar to say I didn't love it. So, in that sense, if any "name" critic were to tell me "Scary Movie 4" is a stupid, bad movie, how do I know I can trust them?

Not that they are always wrong about these movies ("Scary Movie 2" was dreadfully lazy, unfunny and, basically, awful), but I figure I have to judge for myself. Every once in a while I'm glad I did. Usually though, I know what I'm getting into and just keeping my fingers crossed for a surprise.

Not surprisingly, "Scary Movie 4" is not that movie.

Sure it's better than "2," and there are several funny moments, probably enough to make it worth a rental, but they are forgotten almost as soon as you leave the theatre. 0f what I remember, Leslie Nielsen has the best moments over all, proving he's still got it with his hilarious dead-pan, oblivious looks and dialog-deliveries; he's as good as he ever was. Too bad there wasn't more of him here (he is essentially a cameo). And the "War of the Worlds" spoof stuff was funny for a while, especially to me because I didn't much care for that movie (it already felt like a spoof of Sci-Fi flicks with its dumb logic, dumb dialog and cheesy performances).
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