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|Sub-Genre:||French||Director:||Keenen Ivory Wayans, Keenen Wayans|
|The Wayans brothers scored a surprise monster hit with SCARY MOVIE, and in the advertising for that film they promised "no sequel." So here it is, SCARY MOVIE 2, featuring the return of Shawn and Marlon Wayans as well as Anna Faris and Regina Hall in addition to some new faces added to the gross-out fun, including Chris Elliott as a caretaker with a deformed hand that he uses extensively in his cooking, Tim Curry as a professor with a thing for the girls, David Cross as a wheelchair-bound computer geek with a great combover, and Tori Spelling as a hot teenager looking for some ghostly action. The movie begins with a prologue that spoofs THE EXORCIST, with Andy Richter as the young priest, James Woods as the old priest, and Natasha Lyonne as the poor possessed child with the salty tongue. From there the plot uses and abuses from Shirley Jackson's THE HAUNTING--in this case, a group of college students must spend a weekend in a haunted castle in exchange for receiving an A from their naughty professor. Once again Keenen Ivory Wayans directs, this time borrowing liberally from such classic (and not-so-classic) films as THE LEGEND OF HELL HOUSE, FRIDAY THE 13TH, HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL, POLTERGEIST, GHOSTBUSTERS, AMERICAN PIE, PAULIE, THE ENTITY, THE INVISIBLE MAN, DIRTY HARRY, WHAT LIES BENEATH, THE AMITYVILLE HORROR, ROCKY, CAT PEOPLE, THE FOG, CHARLIE'S ANGELS, TWISTER, CHARLIE'S ANGELS, M:I-2, and CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON, among countless others.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||3367918|
|Product Key Features|
|Director||Keenen Ivory Wayans, Keenen Wayans|
|Additional Product Features|
|Leading Role||Shawn Wayans, Anna Faris, Marlon Wayans|
|Region Code||Region 1|
|Number of Discs||1|
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Awesome Horror Spoof Film!!!
Scary Movie 2 The story is just as great as Scary Movie one, and the Mansion is a nice change. Most of the original cast is back and funny as usual. But the real scene stealers of this film are David Cross and Chris Elliot. Their fighting scenes are absolutely hilarious and make this movie worth purchasing. Final Verdict: 4/5 Rent or Buy?: If you were a fan of the first Scary Movie this movie will not disappoint. The last great Movie in the 4some. IF YOU FIND THIS REVIEW HELPFUL PLEASE REMEMBER TO VOTE. Thank you.
Scary Movie 2
This is my favorite out of all the Scary Movies thus far. If you love stupid-funny spin-offs, then this is the movie for you. Each Scary Movie takes popular movies or commercials of that period in time and spins them all together to make one movie. This one contains scenes from the movie The Haunting, and other things from the late ninties. The Wayan Brothers not only star in this movie, but wrote it as well, so be prepared to laugh- a lot.
"Pretty Good Horror Spoof Sequel!"
Anna Faris, Shawn Wayans and Marlon Wayans star in this 2001 comedy sequel. A group of people spend the weekend in a haunted mansion in this spoof of "The Haunting," "The Exorcist" and "Poltergeist." This is pretty good, but I like the first film better. This dvd has nice picture and sound plus neat extras. I recommend this.
Scary Movie4 was a Christmas gift. Kinda wanted to see the others. Took awhile to get the three, was well worth it.For some reason, ScaryMovie2 is the one most people are after. Costs a buck or two more. Big deal. It's FUNNY! Anna Faris and Regina Hall got the top billing they deserved after the original! A must see for Horror movie buffs...the parodies run seamlessly! Hang onto your pea soup when you meet the Excorcist!